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dennisb66
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21CN

My exchange says RFS date set 31 Mar.2011.What does RFS stand for.? Embarrassed
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Re: 21CN

Ready for Service - approx.
jojopillo
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Re: 21CN

Hi dennisb66,
Looks like it's available now.
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rongtw
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Re: 21CN

Undecided Cry mine still saying " The estimated go live date is between 1st March 2011 and 31st March 2011.
lol like british rail , we getting there  Grin
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jojopillo
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Re: 21CN

HI rongtw,
[quote=BT Availability checker]Your exchange is planned to have ADSL2+ by 8th April 2011.
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Dan_the_Van
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Re: 21CN

Hi,
Samknows says my exchange (Cheddington) says RFS for 31st March 2011; so I can only assume RFS is delayed.
Question is, another than having a Router whichs supports ADSL2+ will I expect to get faster speeds streight away or do PN have to make a change first?
Dan.
jojopillo
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Re: 21CN

HI Dan,
[quote=BT Availability checker]Our test also indicates that your line currently supports an estimated ADSL2+ broadband line speed of 2Mbps; typically the line speed would range between 1Mbps and 3.5Mbps.
Just for future reference guys, if you pop your number into the BT Availability checker you'll get it from the horses mouth! Wink
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Dan_the_Van
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Re: 21CN

Jo,
I am fully aware of my possible line speed thanks, my question is:- another than having a router which supports ADSL2+ do I get the improved speed automatically or does PN have to make a change to there systems to reflect the exchange is now ADSL2+.
Dan
jojopillo
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Re: 21CN

I can request that for you Smiley
jojopillo
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Re: 21CN

... although, with an attenuation of 54dB I'm not sure you would see any improvement.
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Re: 21CN

Quote from: Dan
Jo,
I am fully aware of my possible line speed thanks, my question is:- another than having a router which supports ADSL2+ do I get the improved speed automatically or does PN have to make a change to there systems to reflect the exchange is now ADSL2+.
Dan

Openereach have to do work in the exchange after PN has submitted a request/order.
Blazewamp
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Re: 21CN

Id like to know this as well think my area was recently activated with ADSL2+ but i had no speed changes always sits around 3.5 maby on a good day it will go about 4.5 is there anyway geting my speed to sit on the higher side of the speed range?
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ADSL2+ broadband line speed of 5Mbps typically the line speed would range between 3Mbps and 7.5Mbps.
jojopillo
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Re: 21CN

Hi Blazewamp,
have a look here for some tips on how to troubleshoot that.
Jojo Smiley