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    increasing noise margin

    This is a discussion on increasing noise margin within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; i read on another web site that the noise margin on the router can be increased by, disconnecting the bell ...

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      increasing noise margin

      i read on another web site that the noise margin on the router can be increased by,
      disconnecting the bell ringer (orange and white wire i think) wire in the telephone socket.

      can any one clarify this and is it worth having a go


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      Re: increasing noise margin

      It worked for me, I got a 6 db improvement.

      Read through this for more detail

      DSL ZoneUK - Improve your speed - Extension wiring and Disconnection help


     

     

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