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list of exchanges with less than 24Mbs available

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  • JPC2006 wrote: »
    I having same issues really bad broadband speeds.. The best i can get is around 1.8mb. Sometimes i would only get 0.5mb. i am living just outside Duleek co Meath.. The cabinet i am out of is DLK1-004

    You'd nearly have to be in the town or closer to it. I live in Millrace Duleek and I get 28-30Mb/s some people close to the cabinets can get 90Mb/s . How far outside Duleek are you ?




  • JPC2006 wrote: »
    I having same issues really bad broadband speeds.. The best i can get is around 1.8mb. Sometimes i would only get 0.5mb. i am living just outside Duleek co Meath.. The cabinet i am out of is DLK1-004

    Not the topic of this thread, its about slow exchanges, you're just far from a fast exchange.




  • what is topic meant to be ????????

    I am meant to be on a 24 Mb connection.. I live around 3 KM from the cabinet i am meant to be connected to...

    i only get speeds i called out in original post..




  • There are exchanges where even if you live next door you get 3Mb, these are the topic of this thread. You're just on a long line so the problem is individual to you and your neighbors closer to town will get the full whack.




  • David Maye wrote: »
    Township of Cloonkerry. 3.5 Mb Max 3mile from Ballinrobe Exchange.

    One mile from Ballinrobe up to 18 Mb and higher with fibre.


    Regards.

    Hi guys just to let you know I switched to Imagine and now my speeds are as follows 65Mb download 8.7 Upload a big jump from 3.5 Mb with Vodafone.
    Regards

    Ps sorry I know it is not part of this thread but I am so happy


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  • Moycullen Galway 8Mbs
    We only getting 1.78Mbs due to distance




  • Ultimanemo wrote: »
    Moycullen Galway 8Mbs
    We only getting 1.78Mbs due to distance

    Moycullen has FTTC and FTTH. Your distance is letting you down I'd say.....

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  • kaizersoze wrote: »
    Moycullen has FTTC and FTTH. Your distance is letting you down I'd say.....

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    I was told by eir over the phone that the exchange I am connected to is 8mbs, and I can only get 1.7mbs because of distance, without this phone conversation I wouldn't know the difference between eir exchange and ESB cabinet




  • Can you check your exchange using eircode




  • Correct.
    Exchange Information for MOYCULLEN Exchange Code: MYN

    VDSL
    ADSL
    General
    Enabled

    Yes
    DSL Service

    Max speed 8Mb (ADSL1)


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  • ED E wrote: »
    Correct.

    Thank you




  • ED E wrote: »
    Correct.

    So are they telling porkies on their network map or have they not launched exchange based VDSL?




  • kaizersoze wrote: »
    So are they telling porkies on their network map or have they not launched exchange based VDSL?

    They can have eVDSL racks but still have legacy ADSL racks. Its not worth swapping the hardware out for a dead product. At 1.7km you're on 7Mb eVDSL but 19Mb for 2+ if it were present so the OP does lose out a bit in that setup.




  • Riverstown and Ballyfarnan exchanges (Co. Sligo) are pretty severe.

    Ballyfarnan and Geevagh now have FTTH (from Carrick-On-Shannon), but those who are still on ADSL or outside of FTTH reach are on ADSL1.

    At 3 Mbit/s sync, you won't see more than 2 Mbit/s actual. Actually, seen the same issue on a 6 Mbit/s sync about a mile out of Geevagh .. 2-3 Mbit/s actual at most.

    Castlebaldwin is part of the Riverstown exchange. Here comes the best one. 1 1/2 years ago KN strung fiber from Riverstown to Castlebaldwin. They've left loops every couple poles, as if FTTH DPs are going to be fitted.

    That entire stretch is not part of the 300k, there are no FTTH DPs on the poles and the FTTC cabinet in Castlebaldwin is still not enabled, as the fiber from Riverstown to Castlebaldwin still isn't lit. I've been told (hear say), that the DSLAM even hasn't gone into the cab yet.

    Oh .. and 4G networks are overloaded, too ... for obvious reasons .. all 3 networks, even with external antenna on the roof and full signal, will max out around 3-5 Mbit/s depending on time of day.

    Lots of homes on a shoe-string there.

    /M


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