NormanSI gave her time to steal my mind awayPremium,MVMReviews:
San Jose, CA
I don't have enough ADSL2+ experience to relate attenuation to loop length; but I have 26.0 dB down on a 3,300 foot loop, and 51 dB down on a 9,156 foot loop.
I get 18,068kb/s sync at 3,300 feet.
I get 5,888kb/s sync at 9,156 fee.
I would guess you could get 6M, maybe even 7M down.
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Actually, based on those line stats.. [which are not much worse than mine], I would agree with the 6-7 Meg service.. tops with the service being stable.
[Note: I do use AT&T, who does use ADSL2 for its IP-DSL product.]
North Tonawanda, NY
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Hard to say. Looks like you have a problem on the line with the upstream. 5-7Mbps would be my estimate however depending on how well it decides to run. There's no transmit power value for me to go by either for the downstream.