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  Reply # 1440268 4-Dec-2015 08:00
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because he doesnt seem happy with VDSL and thinks it should be the same as he used to have. Just seems entirely unhappy with VDSL.



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  Reply # 1440270 4-Dec-2015 08:01
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I have a 5ghz WiFi link back to my old property. Back on VDSL 35/10.



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  Reply # 1440271 4-Dec-2015 08:02
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I had my reasons for wanting to change it.

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  Reply # 1440274 4-Dec-2015 08:04
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@woollettg might pay to read the DM I sent you last night

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  Reply # 1440681 4-Dec-2015 18:30
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woollettg: I have a 5ghz WiFi link back to my old property. Back on VDSL 35/10.

Different property, different exchange/cabinet, different lines running into a different house...a VDSL (or ADSL) speed is not guaranteed to the same everywhere.

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  Reply # 1440724 4-Dec-2015 20:56
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mercutio: 10/4 to my mind suggests something is odd.  usually on really long connections the upload is much lower than that.

you can't compare attenuation between adsl and vdsl.    there have been some upgrades recently happening which improves download speed, and if your cabinet hasn't been done yet then your speeds may go up.

posting modem stats could be interesting.




i would second this. Please do post your spectrum, could be as simple as too many taps on the line however.




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  Reply # 1440754 4-Dec-2015 21:56
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I have a Zyzel P870 modem, its stats screen is text only.
I asked the chorus tech if he could try another pair to my house but he said that it wasn't chorus policy to do that.

Wrongly I hear you all say I have chosen to close my Voyager connection and pay the contract break fee.  The Vodafone cable offerings with joining credits are looking very appealing right now.
I ordered a naked connection.  The modem was the ONLY device and directly connected to the entry point from the street .

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  Reply # 1440757 4-Dec-2015 22:08
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Line stats would still be helpful.

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  Reply # 1440770 4-Dec-2015 22:44
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woollettg: I have a Zyzel P870 modem, its stats screen is text only.
I asked the chorus tech if he could try another pair to my house but he said that it wasn't chorus policy to do that.

Wrongly I hear you all say I have chosen to close my Voyager connection and pay the contract break fee.  The Vodafone cable offerings with joining credits are looking very appealing right now.
I ordered a naked connection.  The modem was the ONLY device and directly connected to the entry point from the street .


and speedtest done on wifi?

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  Reply # 1440784 4-Dec-2015 23:24
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woollettg: I guess what you find acceptable to take money for and what I as a customer except are totally different.
Coming from a property had 38Mbps down and 10Mbps up I'd say I've got every right to spit the dummy at Chorus.



Nope.

Chorus is not responsible for matching the speed at your previous property! They are responsible for giving you UFB when it eventually arrives, thats why VDSL was always a waste of time. Its just not possible to guarantee high speed data rates over legacy phone wiring.




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  Reply # 1441031 5-Dec-2015 15:09
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Probably time to have this topic locked.  Way too many Chorus apologists and trolls :D

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  Reply # 1441036 5-Dec-2015 15:36
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woollettg: I have a Zyzel P870 modem, its stats screen is text only.


DSLStats will produce the spectrum via telnet from the ZyXel.




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woollettg: Probably time to have this topic locked.  Way too many Chorus apologists and trolls :D


Nobody is trolling you. You're just not willing to accept the truth.




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  Reply # 1441045 5-Dec-2015 16:01
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woollettg: Probably time to have this topic locked.  Way too many Chorus apologists and trolls :D

Ah well, enjoy your connection then.

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  Reply # 1441057 5-Dec-2015 16:55
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michaelmurfy:
woollettg: Probably time to have this topic locked.  Way too many Chorus apologists and trolls :D


Nobody is trolling you. You're just not willing to accept the truth.


Until now there is not a single shred of evidence of poor actual line/sync speed ....

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