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#19248 11-Feb-2008 10:37
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Hi guys wondering if yous can tell me if my stats are okay and if it fully on adsl 2. Im in Onehunga/Penrose with xnet fs/fs plan

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  #109833 11-Feb-2008 12:18
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Looks fine. I have similar downsteam attenuation and am current syncing at over 12000 kbps with a Linksys WAG325N. My ZyXEL would only ever do 5000 kbps or so on ADSL1 profile.




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  #110471 13-Feb-2008 19:16
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Hi so am I fully syncing ADSL2 or ADSL2+ seeem my speed hasnt doubled ? If we have similar stats why aint I getting that speed like yours ? thanks

 
 
 
 


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  #110472 13-Feb-2008 19:21
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There are a lot of conditions - such as your line noise/health or modems. Some modems are not as ADSL2+ ready as they make themselves out to be....




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  #110631 14-Feb-2008 15:46
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Not sure if this helps ? but got this from telecom regarding my exchange

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db: 64         
Ohms: 442      
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  #110854 15-Feb-2008 20:41
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Telecom has commissioned the ADSL2+ equipment in many exchanges, but they have not yet enabled the ADSL2+ speed (this is a comment from XNet themselves, who is my ISP as well).  Apparently it will happen all at the same time when they officially launch ADSL2+, which makes sense for marketing purposes.  I think the launch will be around the middle of the year.

I think that is false advertising, because my line will do 11Mbps (reported by modem) but I only get 7.3Mbps.  On the other hand, ADSL2+ is not yet launched so they can limit you to ADSL1 speeds.

Note that your speed will not double when they enable ADSL2+ profiles, but it will be faster for most people.




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