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billaustin
they call me Mr. Bill
Premium,MVM
join:2001-10-13
North Las Vegas, NV
kudos:3
reply to Sonnie

Re: [CenturyTel] Poor Line Attenuation

Checking outside helps to eliminate your inside wiring as an issue. Your problem is distance. If you can get then to provision your line for a little slower download speed, it should help a lot.

Send a message to Joey at CenturyLink. He has been very helpful when I have had issues in the past with my line. Reference this thread (he posted in it), and provide the DSL number and other details.


Sonnie

join:2010-12-11
Luverne, AL

Yes... I have been in contact with Joey and in hopes they can help in some way.

He said I was showing 14,000 feet in distance, which is only 2.65 miles.



billaustin
they call me Mr. Bill
Premium,MVM
join:2001-10-13
North Las Vegas, NV
kudos:3

You are quite a ways out, but should be able to pull 1.5 down. The condition of the copper wire, and the number and quality of splice points, can greatly affect the ability of the DSL signal to pass over the wire.

Hopefully, they can get you a steady, stable connection. I know Joey will do whatever he can to help.



codyyy

@embarqhsd.net
reply to Sonnie

said by Sonnie:

Yes... I have been in contact with Joey and in hopes they can help in some way.

He said I was showing 14,000 feet in distance, which is only 2.65 miles.

you might have a wiring problem between you and the telco i live about 2.50miles away from the telco and i get a pretty steady connection at 4megs but it differs from different places