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  Reply # 1423308 8-Nov-2015 20:59
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clog: what relevance is 12mb/s. I only ever said i have ADSL1 with std sync rates.


sooo.....

get RBI wireless or live with ADSL speeds as there is no upgrade currently planned for your cabinet

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  Reply # 1423309 8-Nov-2015 21:00
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quickymart: Hmm, looks like ADSL1 with a rate like that...


It is ADSL1 no way anyone could get 12Mbp/s on that connection it's not just possible


7616/896 is a dead giveaway that its a conked-out-lin.




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  Reply # 1423323 8-Nov-2015 21:21
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clog: what relevance is 12mb/s. I only ever said i have ADSL1 with std sync rates.


@sbiddle mentioned 12Mbp/s not you sorry,

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  Reply # 1423336 8-Nov-2015 21:32
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HNE/AG is a asam cabinet which im pretty sure will be upgraded under RBI

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  Reply # 1423341 8-Nov-2015 21:47
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johnr:
clog: what relevance is 12mb/s. I only ever said i have ADSL1 with std sync rates.


@sbiddle mentioned 12Mbp/s not you sorry,

That was from the Raglan thread. Too much jet setting @sbiddle :)




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  Reply # 1423346 8-Nov-2015 22:04
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i have a master splitter. Its a backhaul issue.

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  Reply # 1423351 8-Nov-2015 22:07
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why is this thread still going? your not going to change the fact your on ADSL1, nor is chorus any time soon

you have the information you need you just seem reluctant to do anything about it



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  Reply # 1423354 8-Nov-2015 22:11
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do you work for chorus, otherwise what makes your opinion the last word?

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  Reply # 1423358 8-Nov-2015 22:17
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no i dont

but what do you expect out of this thread?

do find the dozens of other threads exactly like this one and see how they ended.

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  Reply # 1423360 8-Nov-2015 22:18
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Jase2985: why is this thread still going? your not going to change the fact your on ADSL1, nor is chorus any time soon

you have the information you need you just seem reluctant to do anything about it

I thought a few posts up someone said his cabinet is due to be upgraded under RBI? Or did I miss something.
Edit: I meant Cbfd's post.

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  Reply # 1423437 9-Nov-2015 08:18
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Im pretty sure that the 3 cabinets i this area (hne/f hne/ag and hne/ax) have been all upgraded to adsl2



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  Reply # 1423498 9-Nov-2015 09:37
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Not according to the map or any ISP i converse with. When the others were upgraded in the past i got rather excited when the map showed all were now offering ADSL2 or VDSL.
However, chorus then admitted they made a mistake with the map and indicated it was still ADSL1.

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  Reply # 1423505 9-Nov-2015 09:45
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http://www.itnews.com.au/news/uk-govt-to-make-10-mbps-broadband-a-legal-right-411543

Still pretty stink, but much better than the rural junk NZ gets served up with on ADSL1.




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  Reply # 1423510 9-Nov-2015 09:49
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ADSL1 line speeds are adequate, but backhaul capacity is the issue.

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  Reply # 1423570 9-Nov-2015 11:30
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Cbfd: Im pretty sure that the 3 cabinets i this area (hne/f hne/ag and hne/ax) have been all upgraded to adsl2


Yip HNE/AG looks to be a RBI cabinet which is why I was trying to get more information from the OP if they insist it's the cabinet they're connected to.



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