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    Estimate on what speeds i get?

    This is a discussion on Estimate on what speeds i get? within the Speed tests and how to get better results forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; My distance from exchange is 2.5km and my current noise margins are US Margin 23 DS Margin 15 DS Line ...

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      Estimate on what speeds i get?

      My distance from exchange is 2.5km and my current noise margins are

      US Margin 23
      DS Margin 15

      DS Line Attenuation 50
      US Line Attenuation 63

      Any ideas?

      I looked on a couple of charts and its says 2.5km on dsl 2 is about 13mbps?
      I dont think i will get this with the max product but im hoping for about 10mbps.

      Any info on this would be helpful and Ill let you all know when i get my sky connection what im @.


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      Cheers.
      So i was about right with my 10mbps estimate.

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      You might be lucky to get 10mb? My attenuation is 35.0db and I can barely see 10mb?

      but you may be Lucky?

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      Just realised i can get my auttention down. Im on an extension lead to the computer room. suppose i could re run the network leads and plug the router in next to the master socket should bring it down a bit.

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      Well I don't want to get your hopes up, but doing do took my connection from 4 to 8 megs!

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      Nice. Will give it a try if my line gets activated.

     

     

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