Location: Hinsdale, IL
|DSL available for 1 line but not other?|
I called SBC today because I found something queer using the online qualification. I tried my primary number and to no avail, i was not availble for DSL, but on my second phone line it was available. So I called and asked why, she told me it must be an error. I've asked a street tech about a year ago, when I was getting the lines installed while moving into my new house, to test my loop length while he was on the pole, and he said it was just over 12,000 feet. I also asked the lady on the phone if either line was RT or CO based and they both are CO, so i'm confused, anyone got any ideas?
V I P
Location: CHEEEESE WI
Ameritech - SBC
|one line can be pair gain, another straight copper. or one can be non-DSL comatible pair gain and another is DSL (RT) compatible pair gain. I have two DSL circuits in my house. One is DSLAM from CO, another is RT circuit. Each line has a unique characteristic, there is no sure science for determining why or why not. it is just what was available at the time of you connecting your lines as far as facilities. Is it normal for one line to qualify and another not - Yes it is normal.|
..MISTAKE RECOGNIZED IS HALF CORRECTED..
by RadioDoc edited by lev
last modified: 2004-02-12 15:04:04