... or the D sides take a long route to the flats
Yes, to the OP - are you measuring your distance from cabinet as the crow flies, or the likely path it takes via overhead cabling and/or footway boxes? Using Google Maps and its measuring tool, I'm 143m from my cabinet in a straight line, but when plotting the course of my line's route to the cabinet, it's 329m. So if
you were measuring in a straight line, and the percentage increase between that distance and the cabling distance to cabinet is similar to mine, your copper VDSL link to the cabinet could be something like 600m.
For me the checker estimates 66.9 down, 20 up. So if your actual line is twice as long as mine, that makes some sense, although I still think it's a bit low, like Ribble. There's also a huge disparity with the upstream estimates.
Edited by gazzyk1ns (Wed 06-Mar-13 06:02:09)