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Re: [Connectivity] "not servicable" despite trunk line
said by DrDrew:Well I was thinking about one of the work around I had read about like using a directional wireless, or maybe some sort of Ethernet run with extenders or some other jerry-rigged setup.
If they end the drop at the front of your driveway (1000' from your house), you won't have enough signal to do anything with once at your house.
The biggest problem I'm having is the reps I've spoken to have said it's yes or no with no gray area, and it's no for me, and I've been haven't been able to get to anyone who would even consider having me pay for the connection.
But I will try calling the local office rather then the 1800 number tomorrow instead, and try to get to a construction manager.
Again, thank you very much for the help.
gar187erI do this for a living
comcast wont go for it. talk to construction. and talk with your town/city council about your franchise agreement, as that dictates what comcast is entitled to do to get you service.
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