Hi all, We have just upgraded to NBN Fibre to the Premises. The speed we get with the modem attached straight to the NBN box is about 10 times faster than when it is connected to the wall socket in the study. Our house is 61/2 years old and was cabled from the garage to other places in the house when we bought it. The westnet/ iiNet guy said the cabling might be too old to carry fibre speeds.
The present wall socket in the study just looks like a phone socket but it does carry the signal to the modem albeit slowly. The distance is not great …it goes up from the NBN box in the garage in conduit to the ceiling, presumably in the ceiling and down the wall in the study next door. What sort of professional would be able to re-cable so the speed was maintained to the study? Would a more uptodate modem also help maintain better speeds? The present one is an iiNet black TG model. Cheers Rosemary Spark PO Box 781 South Fremantle WA 6162 Australia 0414268043 arkaysp...@gmail.com References 1. mailto:arkaysp...@gmail.com
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