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Author Topic: G.Fast is Now Available from Pulse8  (Read 763 times)

adslmax

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Re: G.Fast is Now Available from Pulse8
« Reply #15 on: February 05, 2020, 01:39:24 PM »

It seem openreach has increasing g.fast speed by an extra 20Mbps according to BTw checker:


Telephone Number 01********* on Exchange CUCKOO OAK is served by Cabinet 8

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Downstream Line Rate(Mbps)


Upstream Line Rate(Mbps)


Downstream Handback Threshold(Mbps)


WBC FTTC Availability Date


WBC SOGEA Availability Date


High Low High Low
VDSL Range A (Clean) 80 70.5 20 19 65.3 Available Available --
VDSL Range B (Impacted) 80 68 20 19 62.2 Available Available --
G.fast Range A (Clean) 255.9 186.5 38.8 17.8 162.8 Available Available -- (before 235.2)
G.fast Range B (Impacted) 212 150.8 26.8 13.4 137.4 Available Available -- (before 191.3)

Observed Speeds


G.Fast
Max Observed Downstream Speed (Mbps) -- 225.64
Max Upstream Observed Speed (Mbps) -- 50
Observed Date -- 2020-02-05


VDSL
Max Observed Downstream Speed (Mbps) -- 80
Max Upstream Observed Speed (Mbps) -- 20
Observed Date -- 2020-02-05


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CarlT

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Re: G.Fast is Now Available from Pulse8
« Reply #16 on: February 05, 2020, 02:28:09 PM »

Not really. They just used telemetry from your line to update estimates - as they should.
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meritez

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Re: G.Fast is Now Available from Pulse8
« Reply #17 on: February 05, 2020, 07:27:26 PM »

Not really. They just used telemetry from your line to update estimates - as they should.

Exactly, if you look at the quoted cabinet: http://telecom-tariffs.co.uk/codelook.htm?xid=26501&postcodeloc=11446&cabinet=P8

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Post Code   Road   Locality   Distance   20CN   21CN WBC   Openreach Fibre   Broadband Speed   Cabinet
TF7 5FB     Castlefields Way     Cuckoo Oak, Telford, Shropshire     1,009m     ADSL     ADSL2+     FTTC Available from 4th February 2014     100% area up to 300MB   P8 100% area
TF7 5NA     Wigmores     Cuckoo Oak, Telford, Shropshire     984m     ADSL     ADSL2+     FTTC Available from 4th February 2014     100% area up to 30MB   P8 3% area
TF7 5NS     Willowfield     Cuckoo Oak, Telford, Shropshire     1,199m     ADSL     ADSL2+     FTTC Available from 4th February 2014     100% area up to 300MB   P8 100% area
TF7 5NT     Willowfield     Cuckoo Oak, Telford, Shropshire     1,122m     ADSL     ADSL2+     FTTC Available from 4th February 2014     46% area up to 300MB, 53% area up to 30MB   P8 100% area
TF7 5NU     Willowfield     Cuckoo Oak, Telford, Shropshire     1,101m     ADSL     ADSL2+     FTTC Available from 4th February 2014     100% area up to 30MB   P8 100% area
TF7 5NX     Willowfield     Cuckoo Oak, Telford, Shropshire     1,012m     ADSL     ADSL2+     FTTC Available from 4th February 2014     100% area up to 30MB   P8 97% area
TF7 5NY     Willowfield     Cuckoo Oak, Telford, Shropshire     1,096m     ADSL     ADSL2+     FTTC Available from 4th February 2014     100% area up to 30MB   P8 100% area
TF7 5NZ     Castlefields Way     Cuckoo Oak, Telford, Shropshire     1,038m     ADSL     ADSL2+     FTTC Available from 4th February 2014     100% area up to 30MB   P8 100% area
TF7 5PA     Wantage     Cuckoo Oak, Telford, Shropshire     1,308m     ADSL     ADSL2+     FTTC Available from 4th February 2014     100% area up to 300MB   P8 84% area
TF7 5PD     Woodrows     Cuckoo Oak, Telford, Shropshire     1,194m     ADSL     ADSL2+     FTTC Available from 4th February 2014     82% area up to 300MB, 17% area up to 30MB   P8 34% area
TF7 5PE     Wantage     Cuckoo Oak, Telford, Shropshire     1,245m     ADSL     ADSL2+     FTTC Available from 4th February 2014     100% area up to 300MB   P8 97% area
TF7 5PF     Wantage     Cuckoo Oak, Telford, Shropshire     1,187m     ADSL     ADSL2+     FTTC Available from 4th February 2014     75% area up to 300MB, 24% area up to 30MB   P8 100% area

I would hazard a guess that adslmax's new stats telemetry is being used to update all the addresses that can now have up to 300MB.

Would that leave all the 30MB areas as places which have flats or apartments that Openreach need wayleaves for?

@adslmax can you comment? are Castlefields Way and Wigmores both apartment blocks?

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Alex Atkin UK

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Re: G.Fast is Now Available from Pulse8
« Reply #18 on: February 05, 2020, 07:37:03 PM »

Not really. They just used telemetry from your line to update estimates - as they should.

Indeed, when I got my Plusnet line fitted it was estimating maximum sync because there was no telemetry for it.
Once I started using it the estimates reduced dramatically to below my Zen line, based on actual line performance metrics.
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Re: G.Fast is Now Available from Pulse8
« Reply #19 on: February 05, 2020, 08:37:28 PM »


Would that leave all the 30MB areas as places which have flats or apartments that Openreach need wayleaves for?

@adslmax can you comment? are Castlefields Way and Wigmores both apartment blocks?

It's G.Fast? What do wayleaves have to do with it? Nothing touched but the addition of a pod on the PCP.
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CarlT

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Re: G.Fast is Now Available from Pulse8
« Reply #20 on: February 05, 2020, 09:04:57 PM »

The 300 Mb areas on Codelook are probably Virgin Media coverage. The data from Mr Max will not be related - note how old the BT Wholesale data set is.

Magenta Telecom SQL Database, Version 1.3
Creation Date: 5th February 2020
Source: Ofcom CodeList numbering database dated 5th February 2020
Source: BT Electronic Price List dated 5th February 2020
Source: BT Wholesale broadband datasets dated 15th August 2019
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