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Pancho78
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Line bonding??

Was thinking today when waiting for the btor man show up about line bonding as my previouse suppliyer BE had offered it to me before I left them for bt .I know you need a second phone line and a special router to give you twice your original line speed but was wondering would it also work with infinity ? Don't get me wrong my speed is fantastic now but wanted to know if anyone new if this would work with fttc or not??
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Re: Line bonding??

Yep it's been tests. Not sure by who, I don't think Openreach but it gave speeds of about 450meg at 300m over standard copper I believe.

That's using the 30a profile on VDSL2.
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deathaxe
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Re: Line bonding??

The report I saw was some company in israel trialing it.

 

Given that you would need the 2 lines, and a line bonded router etc, perhaps the FTTP on demand that openreach are promising next year is a more likely scenario. and possibly cheaper.

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jussa21
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Re: Line bonding??

how do i find what profile i am on 17a or other

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Re: Line bonding??

Everyone is on the 17a profile.
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jussa21
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Re: Line bonding??

webby what is 30a profile

 

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Re: Line bonding??

The utilisation of 30MHz of the spectrum as opposed to 17.664MHz at the moment on the 17a profile.

Basically allows more frequencies for higher speeds.

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jussa21
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Message 8 of 15

Re: Line bonding??

thanks webby will 30a work on fttc or is it for fttp

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Re: Line bonding??

FTTC.
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Re: Line bonding??

I know it's not for FTTC, but Be* do line bonding, will be interesting what will happened once they incorporate fibre optics.
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