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#195175 8-Apr-2016 22:15
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Hi Everyone!

 

But in all seriousness check this out -

 

 

I'd like to say thanks to my mother and father, my ISP 2degrees and my electrician. All round great hustle. 

 

Peace. 


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  #1528797 8-Apr-2016 22:20
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sorry but your link is broken...





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  #1528803 8-Apr-2016 23:02
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I am really looking forward to my parents getting VDSL since the cabinet they're connected to is around 50m away. They'll then have sub 100Mbit internet in literally the middle of rural nowhere.

 

Thanks John Key.





 
 
 
 




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  #1528835 9-Apr-2016 00:39
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michaelmurfy:

 

I am really looking forward to my parents getting VDSL since the cabinet they're connected to is around 50m away. They'll then have sub 100Mbit internet in literally the middle of rural nowhere.

 

Thanks John Key.

 

 

That extra 95c doing wonders! 


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  #1529168 9-Apr-2016 19:26
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ild love to see the DSL statistics page there, Looks like your very close to the maximum sync but its hard to tell Due to the rounding.

 

 

 

You certainly hit the jackpot having a broadcom linecard, if you were unlucky you would be looking at a max of 70/30 right now!





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  #1529626 10-Apr-2016 19:35
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Damn those speeds would be nice on VDSL.  We just got hooked up a couple of weeks ago with 2degrees VDSL, we are about 50 - 70m from the cabinet. 

 


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  #1529631 10-Apr-2016 19:46
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@CaseyDan "Master Filter" is what you're needing :) if you're in Auckland @coffeebaron is your man.




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  #1529638 10-Apr-2016 20:12
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CaseyDan:

 

Damn those speeds would be nice on VDSL.  We just got hooked up a couple of weeks ago with 2degrees VDSL, we are about 50 - 70m from the cabinet. 

 

 

 

 

Based off your attenuation i would say you have A bad internal line issue, Or your cable does not go direct at all like you think it does. ild estimate your actual distance based on VERY rough calculations to be close on ten times your values.





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  #1530150 11-Apr-2016 18:16
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CaseyDan:

 

Damn those speeds would be nice on VDSL.  We just got hooked up a couple of weeks ago with 2degrees VDSL, we are about 50 - 70m from the cabinet. 

 

 

 

 

Based off your attenuation i would say you have A bad internal line issue, Or your cable does not go direct at all like you think it does. ild estimate your actual distance based on VERY rough calculations to be close on ten times your values.

 

 

Possibly the bad wiring issue.  Cabinet is about 20m from our driveway, however it's a shared driveway and we are a back house on one of the properties (approx 50m from the street). 


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  #1530168 11-Apr-2016 18:54
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CaseyDan:

 

hio77:

 

CaseyDan:

 

Damn those speeds would be nice on VDSL.  We just got hooked up a couple of weeks ago with 2degrees VDSL, we are about 50 - 70m from the cabinet. 

 

 

 

 

Based off your attenuation i would say you have A bad internal line issue, Or your cable does not go direct at all like you think it does. ild estimate your actual distance based on VERY rough calculations to be close on ten times your values.

 

 

Possibly the bad wiring issue.  Cabinet is about 20m from our driveway, however it's a shared driveway and we are a back house on one of the properties (approx 50m from the street). 

 

 

ild lean towards it being a MDF layout issue to be honest..

 

 

 

but im certainly one to push the idea of having your wireless perfect too, so tidy that up then revisit it.





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