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woolfman
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Message 11 of 38

Re: random pole

2a00:23c5:f424:b701:3224:78ff:fec5:ba01

 Global unicast prefix/length:

2a00:23c5:f424:b701::/64

 Link local address:

fe80::3224:78ff:fec5:ba01

 Remote link local address:

fe80::a67b:2cff:fe4e:a1f

 DNS:

Not available

IPv6 LAN details
 Global unicast address:

2a00:23c5:f424:b700:3224:78ff:fec5:ba03

 Link local address:

fe80::3224:78ff:fec5:ba03

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woolfman
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Message 12 of 38

Re: random pole

bt smart hub type a

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woolfman
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Message 13 of 38

Re: random pole

BT Hub 6A

Serial number:

+084318+NQ84875011

Firmware version:

SG4B1000E01E

Firmware updated:

26-Aug-2019

Board version:

1.0

Gui version:

1.105.0

DSL uptime:

3 Days, 10 Hours 19 Minutes 29 Seconds

Data rate:

1.22 Mbps / 9.63 Mbps

Maximum data rate:

1212 / 9956

Noise margin:

5.3 dB / 4.9 dB

Line attenuation:

36.5 dB

Signal attenuation:

15.9 dB / 36.5 dB

VPI / VCI:

0/38

Modulation:

G_992_5_ANNEX_A

Latency type:

Fast Path

Data sent / received:

1715 MB Uploaded / 44780 MB Downloaded

Broadband username:

bthomehub@btbroadband.com

BT Wi-fi:

Active

2.4 GHz wireless network name:

BTHub6-HW9N

2.4 GHz wireless channel:

Channel 11

5 GHz wireless network name:

BTHub6-HW9N-5

5 GHz wireless channel:

Smart (Channel 36)

Wireless security:

WPA2 (Recommended)

Wireless mode:

Mode 1

Firewall:

On

MAC address:

30:24:78:C5:BA:03

Software variant:

-

Boot loader:

9.2.0

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Distinguished Sage
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Message 14 of 38

Re: random pole

your speed is about attainable but I would have thought would be higher with your attenuation

was that a manual reset 3 days ago?

have you tried using the test socket with a filter to see if that helps improve your connection speed

any line noise  dial 17070 option 2  should be silent and best with corded phone

as no fibre available got to see if you can squeeze anymore speed



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woolfman
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Message 15 of 38

Re: random pole

its on a filter all the time on main socket and was a manual reset as couldn't even surf the net 

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Message 16 of 38

Re: random pole

ok but have you tried using the test socket which is behind front plate with a filter to eliminate your internal wiring and faceplate from causing any problems  when in test socket check that there is no dial tone at any extension socket whether in use or not



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Starwire
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Message 17 of 38

Re: random pole

The two boxes on top look like Connectorised Block Terminals for FTTP.

Although I’m not familiar with the box halfway up the pole, usually the Splitter and Intermediate Nodes Openreach use are an oval shape but then it’s not uncommon for different types of technology to be used on the Access Network in different parts of the U.K.

Then again it might belong to a different Network Provider, there should be a 3m mark on the Pole (letters and numbers etched into the pole) and it should have the initials of the owner there. If it says ‘BT’ at the top of the birthmark then it’ll be BT’s/Openreach’s.

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woolfman
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Message 18 of 38

Re: random pole

Hey yup its bt as has it etched in the side brings a glimmer of hope they gonna get fibre to here thnx

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albertj
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Message 19 of 38

Re: random pole

You can check if there are plans here: https://www.openreach.com/

Even if it says not, don’t give up hope. This site is known for not being very reliable!
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Message 20 of 38

Re: random pole

I can confirm it's an openreach fttp connectorised distribution point. The fibre feed is the single cable fed from an adjacent pole. 

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