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    Wiring/Master and Test Socket?

    This is a discussion on Wiring/Master and Test Socket? within the Cabling and faceplate help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Hi... just getting confused...is it true if your using long ethernet cable is the lower the speed you get? Master ...

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      Wiring/Master and Test Socket?

      Hi...

      just getting confused...is it true if your using long ethernet cable is the lower the speed you get?

      Master socket is that where my BT phone line connected? and the test socket is?? and there are only 2wires are connected to my BT socket but still my net is slow..

      Reply back please...
      Thank You!


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      Re: Wiring/Master and Test Socket?

      Quote Originally Posted by philosopho View Post
      is it true if your using long ethernet cable is the lower the speed you get?
      No it's not true.

      You already have a thread going (with 36 posts in it and rising) about your problems.

      Please don't add to other threads asking the same questions - or start yet more threads as you did yesterday and again today with this one.

      You've been given a great deal of advice. If you don't understand it or agree with it please use the same thread you first started.

     

     

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