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amiles5
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Message 11 of 23

Re: FTTC slower than ADSL

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It's using a TPLINK power line adapter.
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so you have an ethernet connection to sky box from powerline adapter    is sky phone line also conencted to a phone socket?



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amiles5
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I disconnected that at FTTC install time to make the line as clean as possible.
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amiles5
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You did not comment about the above where I said the phone appears to need a filter despite being connected to the MK3 socket??
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if a MK3 master is fitted correctly then you should not need filters on any other extension socket



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amiles5
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Enough said 😬
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amiles5
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So its a few week later and I appear to be sat right at the bottom of my service range.

 

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Test results

 

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Should I report this a s a fault?

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your connection time is only 17hrs is that due to router dropping connection or manual reset.  your noise margin is high at 12.9db as normal is about 6db and the DLM will correct it given a stable connection but may take a few weeks.  if you can't maintain a stable conenction then you may need engineer to find cause



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It was a manual restart of the HH5. The speed has been slowly dropping for the last few weeks. I did get 11kbps for a while.

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Do you know, or can you estimate how far you are from your cabinet ?

 

Table of FTTC speed against distance from the street cabinet
Distance from the street cabinet (km)FTTC fibre broadband connection speed (Mbps)
080
0.180
0.280
0.376
0.469
0.560
0.651
0.743
0.835
0.931
128
1.126
1.224.5
1.323
1.422
1.521
1.619.8
1.719
1.818
1.917
216.5
2.115.5
2.214.8
2.314
2.413.3
2.512.5
2.611.7
2.710.8
2.810.2
2.99.4
38.7
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dfenceman
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