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  # 590948 5-Mar-2012 22:40
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Zeon: Isn;t the problem with all that old ADSL1 equipment is that its ATM not ethernet?

but we still have ATM right? So why not use it? 

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  # 591100 6-Mar-2012 10:35
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With my limited understanding of ATM i would think thats an advantage because they can backhaul it with a bunch of bonded ATM copper links rather than running fibre out to it. Think "Fast Conklin" lol.






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  # 592497 8-Mar-2012 18:48
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HNE/AG has not been replaced, it's been relieved by HNE/AX which is just around the corner.  I realise the SAT doesn't show this but that's because updating shapefiles is low priority.  I would expect that the AG will be replaced as well but the priority was providing the necessary relief for the growth in the area.

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  # 592507 8-Mar-2012 19:26
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raytaylor: With my limited understanding of ATM i would think thats an advantage because they can backhaul it with a bunch of bonded ATM copper links rather than running fibre out to it. Think "Fast Conklin" lol.




Fast Conklin... Isn't that an oxymoron?





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  # 592516 8-Mar-2012 19:46
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Jaxar:

Fast Conklin... Isn't that an oxymoron?



lol
you would think so




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  # 593815 11-Mar-2012 23:08
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HNE_AG is an ASAM so ADSL 1 speeds

According to this http://nztelco.com/content/?p=389 the RBI is upgrading to ADSL2+

Chorus webiste says HNE_AG is scheduled for March 2012 so maybe you will get ADSL2+ speeds this month sometime

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