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    Adsl2+

    This is a discussion on Adsl2+ within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; How do I find out if I'm on Adsl2+? Been connected to Mid for 14 days and apart from a ...

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      Adsl2+

      How do I find out if I'm on Adsl2+?

      Been connected to Mid for 14 days and apart from a few reboots of the router everything seems OK
      Gone from 1100 (plusnet) to 2450-2944 and seems quite stable

      Connection Speed 2944 kbps 416 kbps
      Line Attenuation 61.0 db 31.5 db
      Noise Margin 8.1 db 13.0 db



      According to DSL ZoneUK - broadband for everyone with my attenuation (61.0db) on Adsl2+ I should get between 2-4mb
      Is it worth being on it or should I stick with what I've got ????


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      Re: Adsl2+

      With an attenuation of 61db there is no benefit from being on ADSL2+ over G.DMT. If you're curious to know which you are on then you need to use something like Mognut's utility which you'll find in a sticky in the Tech forum.

      Your connection speed is exactly what I would have expected for a good line. Connecting at 4meg/61db would be improbable if not impossible even on a perfect line.

     

     

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