This sort of thing is often caused by the copper from the PCP going down the other side of the street from you, then crossing over and coming back to you. Result, the house on your side physically nearest to the cab is electronically the furthest from it.Why don't OR just improvement underground re-route cable or overhead pole but they can't be bothered to do this. Leave as it was. Next ten years time will change to FTTP instead and G.fast will be gone.
My post wasn’t about your line max
. It was a reply to lockyatlrg.
It may not apply to your case, but if it does explain his then think of the costs of doing that particularly if the copper is underground. Then consider the very low probability of G.Fast takeup by the houses that benefit, and the loss of access to it by others that currently have that and may have signed up.
Or maybe you will reply they should just cut the copper at the far end from the PCP and connect the near end of the tail? Even if that is technically possible and feasible, it would not be self-financing. Negative ROI. (Return on investment).
G.Fast rollout to PCPs is and probably always will remain a mystery and a waste of money. That has been covered many times on this forum. The only explanation I can think of is they had contracted to buy so many of the pods and when they found out the concept was a financial disaster/dodo they were scared of the bad publicity and the rage from Ofcom, government and shareholders if they sold off the gear for scrap. Or paid out millions in cancellation charges and damages to the manufacturers.
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