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  Reply # 298088 11-Feb-2010 20:20
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My line was installed and it's absolutely ridiculous considering the location:

Downstream rate: 6237 kbps
Upstream rate: 164 kbps
PPPoE pass-through: Disabled
ADSL Line
Status: Cable connected
Line mode: ADSL2+
Maximum line rate: 6160 kbps (downstream) / 945 kbps (upstream)
Noise margin: 11.8 dB (downstream) / 36.9 dB (upstream)
Line attenuation: 43.7 dB (downstream) / 25 dB (upstream)
Output power: 19.1 dBm (downstream) / 11.7 dBm (upstream)


At this stage, HSDPA 7.2Mbps is a bit better than my current DSL :(

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  Reply # 298096 11-Feb-2010 20:36
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Are you using plug in filters or a master splitter?

Your attenuation is pretty high which given your location suggests the most obvious issue could be your wiring.



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  Reply # 298100 11-Feb-2010 20:48
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I was going to mention but I forgot :)

I have no phone in the house plugged in and I'm using just a filter for the modem.

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  Reply # 298127 11-Feb-2010 21:44
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You don't need any filters if you don't have any phones.


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