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    Internal wiring

    This is a discussion on Internal wiring within the Cabling and faceplate help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; A bit ago, someone on this forum said that doing some internal wiring or getting another faceplate or something could ...

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      Internal wiring

      A bit ago, someone on this forum said that doing some internal wiring or getting another faceplate or something could push my internet to the full 16/768 because that's what I should get with my line attenuation. (I get 14/650). What does this consist of, just replacing something, or taking something apart

      The extra speed would be nice, but I won't bother if it's something extremely complicated. I'm a noob at stuff like this so go easy .


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      Re: Internal wiring



      Or did you want more detailed stats?

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      Re: Internal wiring

      If i'm right then your at the full sync speed for MAX.

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      Re: Internal wiring

      I only get 14/650 though. Does that mean I'm just not capable of the full 16?

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      Re: Internal wiring

      transmision overheads will mean you can never get 16meg downloads (unless sky set your profile wrong IE sync at arount 18meg, and you will get 16meg d/l)

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      Re: Internal wiring

      Ah, I see. Thanks.

     

     

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