I am starting to get a little annoyed with what I am reading about G.INP rollout and problems with ECI cabs (DSLAM) and ECI modems. I will not be happy if BT deploy a system which cripples my connection because OpenReach decided to roll out ECI equipment instead of Huawei. OpenReach should have checked earlier to see if G.INP would work with ECI equipment.
So I just want BT to be aware that if any new system is deployed on my line and causes any type of degradation I will be moving back to Virgin Media.
I feel you need to be aware of angry users if anything is deployed and messes up peoples connections.
G.INP will destroy ECI connections with latency increases and slow speeds down. I have read all about this and BT need to be open with users. And BT also must not deploy this system on ECI cabs if it will cause problems.
I am aware that this goes to all ISP's and not just BT.
But I am a BT customer so I am going to raise my concerns direct to BT.
From what I have read most ECI DSLAMs and Modems have experienced issues.
I also feel that all ECI connected users to DSLAMs and Modems deserve to know that not all is smooth with our equipment and G.INP.
Of course I do not expect G.INP to be deployed if it causes more harm than good.
The rollout is not down to BT and like every other ISP they get what Openreach rolls out to them as of yet Openreach have not released any form of press release BT can not stop its deployment
This is a customer to customer self help forum posts made here do not go to BT although the forum is moderated by BT not every post is read
you posted the same posts on kitz forum and as said there, there is not a problem as not rolled out to ECI cabs and openreach are aware of problems and trying to find solution
I had to buy my own modem cus BT decided to force this **bleep** on my perfectly fine max sync line. I don't want or need G.inp and I'm out of pocket due to BT's mistakes.
I appreciate your reply. The big problem here I have is that Openreach have clearly not done enough testing to stumble across this issue earlier on.
I would be gutted for my line to go to the dumps because this G.INP profile is dished out to me. I understand that further G.INP enabling has been put on hold for now but I must say I am not filled with confidence going forward either.
I understand that article but it looks like those of us on ECI cabinets with ECI modems are in the gutter.
ECI cabinets can not run G.INP properly can they??
And ECI modems can't either can they??
So if you have an ECI cabinets your stuffed it looks? am I right??