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Standard User WWWombat
(committed) Sun 15-Jan-12 22:07:06
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Re: vote for BT


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In reply to a post by Anonymous:
Hatch Warren getting 37.4 meg down, although engineers machine said 40 meg max ? couldn't explain why,
...
I've also not gone through the supposed 10day flucuation in speeds until its settled mine has stuck at 37.4 thoughout.

The 10-day thing is a myth - especially for FTTC. Openreach's documents state that DLM will monitor for the first day, and intervene if necessary on the second day... unless things are dire, when it will intervene as fast as possible.

The first question is... what is the 37.4 meg? Is that the speed seen in a tester like speedtest.net?

If so, then that *is* about the best speed you can get with a 40Mbps sync.
Standard User DougM
(member) Mon 16-Jan-12 12:44:04
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Re: Anyone live on PCP 66


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My post relates to PCP 66 (per the title)

I understand that PCP 67 already went live late last year (confirmed using a number from a friend in Tangway)

I've seen a lot of residents make the assumption that they're connected to the cabinet closest to them; this is often not the case. Structured cabling makes it rare for a cabinet to serve lines in all direction.

Take a look at this map to see how postcodes map to cabinets in Chineham:

http://batchgeo.com/map/bf3fd6d64deadc4abe512787ee9c...

The "Percent Postcode on this PCP" indicates what percentage of lines in that postcode connect to that cabinet; where it is less than 100% you should find the same postcode listed a second time for those lines that connect to another cabinet.

-==-
DougM

Edited by DougM (Mon 16-Jan-12 12:52:28)

Anonymous
(Unregistered)Sun 22-Jan-12 10:40:42
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Re: PCP 79


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still wondering when this is coming live


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Standard User robal
(newbie) Sun 22-Jan-12 15:31:00
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What about PCP205


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Hi,

It's sad that it requires a lot of detective work to find out stuff.

Anyone has got any info on PCP205 ?
Old report (04/2011) said it's not going to be enabled. Is that still true ?
Standard User burakkucat
(committed) Sun 22-Jan-12 15:57:36
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Re: What about PCP205


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Anyone has got any info on PCP205 ?
Old report (04/2011) said it's not going to be enabled. Is that still true ?
Unfortunately the December 2011 report says --
THBZ,BASINGSTOKE,RG248EG,{THBZ}{P205},0,100%,,,,
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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Wed 25-Jan-12 12:29:51
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Re: Anyone live on PCP 66


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I saw this update from a friend who is chasing through the BT Chairman's Office:
Just to let you know Iíve had another update from the planners today. Weíve still not got a definitive date but Iíve been advised that your cab should be ready for Infinity by the end of March at the latest.


Great, thanks for the update Doug. I hope it doesn't get shifted again....
Anonymous
(Unregistered)Thu 26-Jan-12 20:29:14
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Re: Basingstoke FTTC - more cabinets this summer!


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ANy further news would be good
Anonymous
(Unregistered)Tue 31-Jan-12 11:58:11
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Re: Basingstoke FTTC - more cabinets this summer!


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Just checked Openreach Communications Exchange checker and the Dummer Exchange is listed as NC (not in rollout plans)... So cheers BT and also great Job VM... oh well smile
Standard User ccxo
(member) Tue 31-Jan-12 18:42:02
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Re: Basingstoke FTTC - more cabinets this summer!


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You will find that you're exchange will be covered by Hampshires local broadband plan, so will see improvements end of 2012 onwards depending on how the plan is drawn up.

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Standard User curtmantle
(newbie) Tue 07-Feb-12 09:15:28
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Re: PCP 79


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still wondering when this is coming live

Me too. To tell us they're going to do it and then not is more frustrating than not even being scheduled in.
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