BT line (Distance from exchange)
This is a discussion on BT line (Distance from exchange) within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Originally Posted by NewsreadeR It could be the ring wire, how confident are you? Hang on Iíll just have another ...
- 08-12-06, 03:57 PM #11
- 08-12-06, 04:01 PM #12
ADSL Link Downstream Upstream
Connection Speed 2528 kbps 768 kbps
Line Attenuation 63.5 db 31.5 db
Noise Margin 8.3 db 13.0 db
5.9km from the exchange on Max...
XTE2005 Faceplate filter, Belkin Pro RJ11 2m shielded cable between Sky router and phone socket, router plugged into a UPS, ring-wire removed by BT several years ago...
Even with these figures, I got 1.5Mbps on BT ADSLMax with interleaving turned off by my previous ISP at my request - my current figures are with interleaving enabled.
I would be looking to see if you can improve things locally.
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You really only need the wires in 2 and 5
The other one should be orange / white or white / orange if wired up correctly.
If you can remove the 3rd wire you may have cracked it. If you remove it and it improves you have cracked it.
If you remove it and nothing improves, then you have lost nothing. However be very careful as if one of the other wires fall out of the grip type thingy you could stop your phone extensions working.
If one does fall out, you can easily replace it using a krone tool, I believe B and Q sell them as well.
Good luck and if you are unsure then do not attempt to do what I have said.~ Never, ever, argue with an idiot. They'll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience ~
- 08-12-06, 04:06 PM #14
- 08-12-06, 04:31 PM #15