I live in a remote Highalnds community and connected to one of the old Exchnage Activate exchnages with a fixed 0.5mb connection (NSSCN)
I understand the 21CN rollout will improve connectivity but cant find out when my exchange will be upgraded
Upgrades of all exchnages is due to be com plete4d late 2018/ early 2019 but no schedule has been published
BT Wholesale's website has an option for public connect...but it errors when submitting any question
enter your phone number and post results remember delete number http://dslchecker.bt.com/adsl/adslchecker.welcome
this will show what is available to you if your connection speed is that low the change to adsl2 won't help down speed but will help up speed
sorry but your exchange has not been upgraded for adsl2/2+
sorry but this has not answered my question..I know the current situation as I have a 512mb connection as the exchange is limited (google exchange activate to find the history of the 150 exchanges)
My question is ' as par tof the 21cn WBC upgrade project which I uydenrstand has now slipped to complete in early 2019, when will my exchange be upgraded and (bonus question!) what impact will it have on my broadband connectivity?
only openreach can answer when your exchange will be upgraded to adsl2. When that happens you may get notified as some do or as others have done come to the forum and received mod assistance to get upgraded this may mean agreeing a new contract but mods advise you.
if you have a fixed 0.5mb connection your exchange has adslmax available now and depending on distnace from the exchange would give a conenction speed up to 8mb
can you post stats from your hub/router please
I've got a BT HH4 which deosnt make it easy to find the stats
Best I can provide is attached - is there any way I can provide the 'traditional' set of data for noise margin, line attenuation etc?
can you try that please
From the top Menu > Troubleshooting
what happened back in 2015 as I was checking your previous posts and a mod offered to help see if you could move to adslmax then
It certainly looks like you would benefit with the very high noise margin from previous stats