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Aspiring Expert
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Filtered Master Sockets BT/OR

Reading the various problems others have always mention is made of testing with the test socket within the master socket.

The latest type I believe is a version 6.

Mine is a version 2 which I believe was when I moved from ADSL To FTTC.

But sometime in these fibre subjects I see photos of master sockets from way back in ADSL days.

 

I believe over the years the filtering of interference as improved and the speed capacity of these 6 versions.

Obviously any work on anything but I'm wondering which is best for up to 38Mps, up to 52 Mps and up to 80 Mps?

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Re: Filtered Master Sockets BT/OR

i use the standard NTE5 and have for a few years and my infinity is a steady 80/20mb connection

 

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Sage
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Re: Filtered Master Sockets BT/OR

The type of socket you have has no bearing on your speeds.
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Aspiring Expert
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Re: Filtered Master Sockets BT/OR

Gosh 80/20 cabinet must be in your garden. 🙂  or your FTTP.

I have relative who is on first pole after the cabinet who gets 79.99 Mbs.

Think at these closenesses anything would work.

Thanks for your input.

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Aspiring Expert
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Re: Filtered Master Sockets BT/OR


@pippincp wrote:
The type of socket you have has no bearing on your speeds.

Was hoping to hear that later ones better filtered for lines with intereference.

Also better at carring the higher speeds that some get.

 

These were the reasons given for the change to mine from ADSL, thus my question now fibre offering different services.

 

Thanks.

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Sage
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Re: Filtered Master Sockets BT/OR

The filter has nothing to do with line interference all it does is filter out the broadband signal from the phone line.