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Topic # 97144 11-Feb-2012 19:45
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Am probably going to upgrade my snap connection to VDSL next month when I can get a new router.

Anyway, with its larger upstream, will it clobber the downstream of an ADSL2+ connection running alongside it on the same leadin cable to the house? What about others in the same bundle of pairs?




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  Reply # 580255 11-Feb-2012 20:05
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Hard to say,

This is how bad VDSL is affected by crosstalk from ADSL2+ customers. Notice the low bit loading and SNR from tones upto 512?
I am just over 100 meters from the Cabinet and the affect is a lot more than i expected







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  Reply # 580264 11-Feb-2012 20:39
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What about the other way around, which is what I am more worried about with the VDSL trashing the ADSL thruput?




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  Reply # 580270 11-Feb-2012 20:52
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VDSL2 won't trash ADSL2+, it's purely the other way around.


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