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Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Fri 15-Jan-16 14:12:57
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Ribble please: DSLAM NMCOZU Capacity


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Mr Ribble,

If you have a minute would you mind checking how full this guy is please?

Don't want to steal a port for my 2nd line from someone who may want SFBB for their first.

Thank you, Sir.
Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Sat 16-Jan-16 17:00:43
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Re: Ribble please: DSLAM NMCOZU Capacity


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Had confirmed that there's no prospect of Virgin Media or deeper fibre from BT until at least 2019 so zero other options to keep the home office even remotely resilient.

1.3Mb ADSL 2+, no stable mobile broadband signal at the property, no wireless broadband coverage.
Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Mon 28-Mar-16 22:47:31
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Re: Ribble please: DSLAM NMCOZU Capacity


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Thread necromancy.

Mr Ribble, just FYI a part of the area served by this node is about to get Virgin Media.

I believe cabinet 2 is on line card 5, so you 'may' find it interesting to see how much of a dent they make in the number of active lines as time goes by.

550-ish premises served by the node, somewhere between 480 and 530 FTTC lines as I have been told.

Could be wrong.


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Standard User Chrysalis
(legend) Tue 29-Mar-16 05:54:13
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Re: Ribble please: DSLAM NMCOZU Capacity


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you contacted mobile provider to ask why in leeds they cannot provide a decent indoor signal? That to me is bizzare.

Also have you tested different mobile provider signals (even with PAYG)?

If 4g works, now days i think its a viable backup.

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Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Tue 29-Mar-16 07:55:39
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In reply to a post by Chrysalis:
you contacted mobile provider to ask why in leeds they cannot provide a decent indoor signal? That to me is bizzare.

Also have you tested different mobile provider signals (even with PAYG)?

If 4g works, now days i think its a viable backup.


There is only one provider that can provide a service good for voice calls at this property, Vodafone. No-one can deliver data to the ground or first floor. This has been tried out with O2, Vodafone, Three and EE.

We are in a slight depression in the ground and are surrounded by houses. There is a 1.8 metre criblock wall on one side of us.

Intermittent data service is available on the second floor if phone is placed on windowsill.

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