this usually happens when the line is split between two houses.
This will also affect regular dialup, so if dialup is not getting
above 40k then the line is probably split.
They don't like to tell you your line is split, so i also reccomend
saying there is noise on the line.
(ballsed up that reply)
On Wed, 17 Nov 2004 22:43:12 +0000, Richard Corden
<richards_corden at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> "Barry O'Donovan" <mail at barryodonovan.com> writes:
>> > Hey folks,
>> > Yes I have gone through thr archives but to no quick avail. If any of
> > those who have had the same problem and managed to get it resolved
> > could reply on or off list I'd very much appreciate it.
>> Depending on your desperation level.....
>> We're in Harolds X in Dublin and our line failed the DSL tests. We
> too got the usual reasons for failing. Next doors line was failing too
> but when they had a second line put in it passed the test.
>> So we took a chance and got a second line into the house (Approx. EUR
> 120) and this line passed for DSL. Interestingly the engineer
> installing the line could not explain to me why my original line was
> failing given my distance from an enabled exchange.
> Richard Corden
> To reply remove 's' from address
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