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On 05/01/17 10:46, Simon Waters via list wrote:
I was told by my ISP to keep the length short to preserve SNR. I used to have the router in my loft - some 4m away from the socket - without problems. BT changed something and my SNR dropped through the floor so had to move the router closer with a shorter RJ11 cable.Time to stick the router on the wall. Anyone got any figures for RJ11 cable length impact on VDSL? I see contradictory things, but my understanding is it is basically adding to phone cable length, and I have SNR to burn for my VDSL. That said I'm lazy, and will probably use the cable it came with but might be good from a signal perspective to get it high above other things.
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