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On (28/07/04 12:27), Paul Jakma didst pronounce:
>> The other problem is that even if you *are* attached to a DSL enabled
> exchange, it is still pot-luck as to whether you'll get it - if your
> line-test fails that's it, tough. No way to get Eircom to investigate
> why and try fix it, no recourse.
>Ring their customer support and report a "fault" (something like noise
on the line). They'll fix that (and, in my experience, fairly quickly --
presuming they find something with their line test), then get the line
tested for broadband again.
I was told to do this by a friend who had to do this aswell, and it
sorted out whatever problem there was.
Chat ya later,
BOFH excuse #99: SIMM crosstalk.
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