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Topic # 128565 14-Aug-2013 22:29
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Here are the stats from a VDSL connection where the exchange is 20M out the back in a shared building.  I thinks its actually to close.

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  Reply # 878432 14-Aug-2013 22:33
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Or you could find that the cable goes around the block and comes back to the exchange. Just because it's behind your house doesn't mean the cable will go that way.






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  Reply # 878435 14-Aug-2013 22:35
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Its not in a house its a business which shares the exchange building and has a locked door at the back to the Chorus equipment.

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  Reply # 878463 15-Aug-2013 00:13
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Give it a few days, you'll probably find that your sync increases and you should eventually get onto 17a = 70mbit downstream.

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  Reply # 878467 15-Aug-2013 00:55
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Its very funny cause I had pretty much the same speeds as you and my cabinet is right outside my backyard as well.

What firmware you on buddy?



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  Reply # 878527 15-Aug-2013 08:38
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05.51 Firmware.

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