On Wed, 28 Jul 2004, John Madden wrote:
> 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.
interesting, but there's still no way to get Eircom to investigate a
DSL line fault / test fail. :)
That there's a workaround is interesting and useful, and more
evidence as to the sillyness of not being able to ring eircom and ask
"can you try fix whatever the problem is that causes my line to fail
> Chat ya later,
Paul Jakma paul at clubi.iepaul at jakma.org Key ID: 64A2FF6A
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