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Topic # 191284 30-Jan-2016 19:48
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I have a question regarding my carrier record on my VDSL connection to 2degrees - formally Snap, my profile type is 8b but my carrier record is currently showing as A43c which AFAIK and I could be wrong

 

is for ADSL2+ can anyone confirm this or correct me?


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  Reply # 1481936 30-Jan-2016 20:13
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it should be A43 for any chorus based connection VDSL AFAIK.

 

 

 

I do have to question why your worrying about your carrier record value though.





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  Reply # 1482053 30-Jan-2016 23:35
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Because I am wondering if it is having any negative bias on my speed.


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  Reply # 1482350 31-Jan-2016 17:52
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Ah in that case, No. No it doesnt have an affect on your speed realistically.





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