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  Reply # 1423574 9-Nov-2015 11:31
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clog: ADSL1 line speeds are adequate, but backhaul capacity is the issue.


10 meg is better than 32 kilobit which is all stupid NZ regulators think you need.




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  Reply # 1426215 11-Nov-2015 13:17
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Drove by yesterday, I think this is the cabinet you are talking about? I'm guessing a PCM + ADSL1 kit.







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  Reply # 1426232 11-Nov-2015 13:48
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Thats it, what is a PCM?

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  Reply # 1426236 11-Nov-2015 13:53
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Well that cabinet is showing as RBI, so the fact it's not yet upgraded means it must be happening very soon.

Chorus don't seem to have recently updated data on their website showing RFS dates for cabinets, just the original schedule from a few years ago.


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  Reply # 1426259 11-Nov-2015 14:34
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clog: Thats it, what is a PCM?

Voice lines for your area. This is often lower count fibre feed.





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