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Old 05-23-2008, 11:54 PM   #16
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I would have to agree with what others have posted here. It's a much changed world from 1969 and it looks like somehow the telco passed you by. My demarcation box has a connection just like a normal phone connection inside it - disconnect it and you disconnect service to the whole house or if you plug something into it you are really testing what service is provided at the point of entry which would easily tell you whether your inside wiring was bad.

Have Verizon bring you into the 21st century and if theY hymm or haw about it, try and slip in something about Comcast or ClearWire. Whenever I want exceptional customer service from a utility style company (that's not a monopoly) I always call customer service and try to cancel my service. Soon, whatever wish I have asked for has been granted!

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Easy fix, run a single Cat-3 from the Demarc/NID on the outside of the house to the DSL modem, and from there either connect it via Cat-5e jumper to the computer, or connect to a Router that allows for WiFi. For more info, see http://www.dslreports.com/faq/10443
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The filter port marked Data, is nothing more then a Pass-through RJ-11. The voice is the side that is Filtered.
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I run VOIP over AT&T DSL. I am supposed to get around 3.0mp down but what happens is my QOS drops to 4% which breaks up video and VOIP. When they lower the speed to 1.609 dwn my QOS goes up to 99%, perfect.

The throughput at the higher speed goes down and wrecks my dsl signal.

When AT&T tests they say I have full speed up to my NIC/box outside the house. Probably I am getting hosed by my old 4 wire copper run throigh the house... very old house..130yrs+....

Tech advised doing this set up...

They suggested a POTS/DSL splitter (Corning makes one for external for $9.00 on X-Bay.) which is next on my list with a CAT-5 run direct to the modem...

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