They haven't found any line issues and I've looked in the logs - all my stats are very stable and almost never change at all. My attenuation is low and my SNR is decently high. I only live about a mile from the CO, so distance isn't a terrible concern.
I overheard one of the techs on the phone and his boss said something about only having one DSLAM in our CO, so I'd guess that's what's preventing us from using bonding. I've tried ordering bonded service at least twice with no luck, so it makes sense. I thought ADSL2+ could do more than around 7mbit even without bonding? And that bonding is only needed for longer lines to have decent speeds or where more than 24mbit was required?
The tech used a ADSL2+ tester that said my line has an attainable rate of ~16000/1200, so I doubt it's the line. I'm having them install a brand new second connect line next week so I'll know then if it's the line or not.--
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