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Standard User mss911
(newbie) Fri 13-Feb-15 17:38:35
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Exchange has LLU (SAMKnows) or NOT according to telco (TT)


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A little conflicting/confusing information that I hope a third party on this forum could help clear up.

My local exchange information on SAMKnows has recently (in the last few months I think) been updated to indicate LLU service with a presence from Talk Talk (CPW)

https://www.samknows.com/broadband/exchange/SSWNB

When I contacted TT to inquire if this change could help resolve my IPStream congestion difficulties I was informed they didn't have a presence.

So what does the LLU operator precence really mean ??
Standard User Computerman142
(member) Fri 13-Feb-15 19:53:39
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Re: Exchange has LLU (SAMKnows) or NOT according to telco (T


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Same around where I live the smaller exchanges serving around 1,000 premises have all apparently according to SamKnows been TalkTalk LLU'ed recently.

The LLU is the providers own equipment in the exchange, this means they don't need to use BT Wholesale to provide broadband but they can now change settings such your SNR margin and aspects of your line, it allows them to do more as it there equipment in the exchange.

http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/2859828308
My best ever result- upload is more than it should be. but more the better. Also ping is a bit high

MYSEL Cabinet 6

TalkTalk 40/2 FTTC estimated 40/2 - Currently getting 16.5Mbps/2Mbps on an interleaved and banded FTTC line, was 26.5Mbps using new super router. EE 4G double speed mobile broadband, 2 bars 4G using external antenna, 25-30 down and 10 up via Netgear Aircard AC762s 1.2Miles from EE mast
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