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Standard User Adsl24
(knowledge is power) Sun 04-Mar-12 11:51:55
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Re: Fibre on our Estate


[re: burakkucat] [link to this post]
 
M_ are all exchange lines as the next column showing a 1 says it is an EO line

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Standard User burakkucat
(committed) Sun 04-Mar-12 18:42:00
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Re: Fibre on our Estate


[re: Adsl24] [link to this post]
 
Thanks, James. I haven't looked closely at any of the entries with the above indicators. Do you have any idea about what the others could represent, please?

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Standard User Adsl24
(knowledge is power) Sun 04-Mar-12 20:20:53
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[re: burakkucat] [link to this post]
 
99% of the time they are lines that are not served by a cabinet one way or another, or lines very close to the exchange that are not viable.

James

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Standard User xlnc222
(newbie) Tue 03-Apr-12 03:35:43
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Re: Fibre on our Estate


[re: R0NSKI] [link to this post]
 
what does this mean?


LWSOU SOUTHALL UB25RH {LWSOU}{P14} 0 100% 7.93 9b Yes
Standard User Stoo
(regular) Tue 03-Apr-12 08:24:02
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[re: xlnc222] [link to this post]
 
100% of the postcode is served by PCP 14, which is due to be FTTC enabled in Phase 9b, resulting in an approximate uplift of 7.93 times your current sync rate.

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Standard User xlnc222
(newbie) Tue 03-Apr-12 20:18:56
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[re: Stoo] [link to this post]
 
when will phase 9b be started?
Standard User ccxo
(committed) Tue 03-Apr-12 20:45:36
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[re: xlnc222] [link to this post]
 
Going on the 3 month cycle for each phase, phase 9 is October to December so anywhere between that period if the work is completed on time, can easily slip till net year.

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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Wed 04-Jul-12 11:56:42
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[re: tonymortlock] [link to this post]
 
Any more news on this?

I live on the same estate and can't order fibre but the rest of the village can!
Standard User Rolandrat
(committed) Fri 06-Jul-12 08:44:18
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[re: Anonymous] [link to this post]
 
If its anything like where I live 1000's of new builds over the last 15 years, they ignored all the ex-TPON cabs, leaving 100's of houses in the slow lane, they would have to have gone past them to get to get to other true copper cabs - I havent seen anything anywhere to suggest that these ex-TPON cabs can be done, I dont know what the technical problem is, but it is annoying. Ive tried to find out but only get the usual response from BT/Openreach. Im not holding out much hope anytime soon.
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 06-Jul-12 09:22:48
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[re: Rolandrat] [link to this post]
 
TPON while annoying is rare, and the differences make it more of a custom job, and with the pressure to get numbers connected the low hanging fruit is being done first

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