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#3776 3 days ago

DG
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

At around 5:30pm the internet just died.  No problems on the line,  etc... just no internet. Service is getting worse with time.

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#3777 3 days ago

HzSamer
Member

Re: Feedback for Ogero

Ahmad Toutounji wrote:

Is vdsl port open to everyone on ogero?

What is the speed you get on Ogero website?

If you are getting around 20mbps, 90% you will be able to have VDSL but you need to request a feasibility test.

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#3778 3 days ago

Kareem
Member

Re: Feedback for Ogero

HzSamer wrote:
Ahmad Toutounji wrote:

Is vdsl port open to everyone on ogero?

What is the speed you get on Ogero website?

If you are getting around 20mbps, 90% you will be able to have VDSL but you need to request a feasibility test.

I get 23Mbps on Ogero website but that rarely means anything as I can't sync any higher than 18.5 - 19mbps ( Bir Hassan )

I requested a switch to VDSL they informed me that my application is being processed and that I have to wait at least 2 weeks.

When they say 2 weeks it probably means an eternity.

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#3779 3 days ago

wollyka
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

Ahmad Toutounji wrote:
wollyka wrote:
Ahmad Toutounji wrote:

Is vdsl port open to everyone on ogero?

Depends on the Central.

What about Ras Beirut?

I think they have VDSL there, like Mazraa

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#3780 3 days ago

wollyka
Member

Re: Feedback for Ogero

Kareem wrote:
HzSamer wrote:
Ahmad Toutounji wrote:

Is vdsl port open to everyone on ogero?

What is the speed you get on Ogero website?

If you are getting around 20mbps, 90% you will be able to have VDSL but you need to request a feasibility test.

I get 23Mbps on Ogero website but that rarely means anything as I can't sync any higher than 18.5 - 19mbps ( Bir Hassan )

I requested a switch to VDSL they informed me that my application is being processed and that I have to wait at least 2 weeks.

When they say 2 weeks it probably means an eternity.

The feasibility test took them 2 weeks, but the switch took them 2 months (but on IDM)

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#3781 2 days ago

HzSamer
Member

Re: Feedback for Ogero

Kareem wrote:
HzSamer wrote:
Ahmad Toutounji wrote:

Is vdsl port open to everyone on ogero?

What is the speed you get on Ogero website?

If you are getting around 20mbps, 90% you will be able to have VDSL but you need to request a feasibility test.

I get 23Mbps on Ogero website but that rarely means anything as I can't sync any higher than 18.5 - 19mbps ( Bir Hassan )

I requested a switch to VDSL they informed me that my application is being processed and that I have to wait at least 2 weeks.

When they say 2 weeks it probably means an eternity.


You will be able to have VDSL. If you get 20mbps and more, it is an indicator of that. Also, check the distance between your home and the central on google maps. It should be less than 800m.

When I submitted my application for the feasibility test, they did it the next day. They called me and switched my line to VDSL after one week. But I still running after them to change my ports to VDSL as they didn't do that until now.

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#3782 2 days ago

Kareem
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Re: Feedback for Ogero

HzSamer wrote:
Kareem wrote:
HzSamer wrote:

What is the speed you get on Ogero website?

If you are getting around 20mbps, 90% you will be able to have VDSL but you need to request a feasibility test.

I get 23Mbps on Ogero website but that rarely means anything as I can't sync any higher than 18.5 - 19mbps ( Bir Hassan )

I requested a switch to VDSL they informed me that my application is being processed and that I have to wait at least 2 weeks.

When they say 2 weeks it probably means an eternity.


You will be able to have VDSL. If you get 20mbps and more, it is an indicator of that. Also, check the distance between your home and the central on google maps. It should be less than 800m.

When I submitted my application for the feasibility test, they did it the next day. They called me and switched my line to VDSL after one week. But I still running after them to change my ports to VDSL as they didn't do that until now.

I'm very close to the CO ( I can see it from the balcony ) and on google earth it's like 400m straight line.

The infrastructure isn't the best TBH as I should be syncing at a much higher speed and I did on purpose run a cable straight from the telephone box in the building to my Modem ( we don't use the landline, I mean we really don't  ) so 20dB attenuation was the best I could get.

What do you mean switched your line to VDSL but not the port? I thought all was needed is a port change.

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