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Standard User astirling
(newbie) Sat 04-Aug-12 20:07:54
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Negative uplift speed! Time to give up?


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I'm currently receiving a download speed of around 2.8mb and my line is frustrating me. Today I noticed a few cabinets near my house had white rectangles painted next to them and thought this meant that fibre might be on its way soon. I've used the fttc check though and found the following info.


Cabinet Probability Uplift Phase Status Type
P86 100% -0.21 9b Part of deployment FTTC (Fiber to the Cabinet)

Does this mean that my line simply won't be capable of supporting fibre?
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Sat 04-Aug-12 20:15:15
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Re: Negative uplift speed! Time to give up?


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The speed depends on how close you are to P86.


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Standard User astirling
(newbie) Sat 04-Aug-12 20:31:44
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Re: Negative uplift speed! Time to give up?


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Yeah I understand that. I've just walked to p86 and it's around 300-400 yards. Of course, the line may take a different route. I was just asking if a negative uplift speed meant that my line couldn't support fibre.


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ISP Representative Adsl24
(isp) Sat 04-Aug-12 20:33:37
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Re: Negative uplift speed! Time to give up?


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It's probably just a database mishap. If you are close to the cabinet it should we well over 40Mb.

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