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Wireless Networks Thread, Linking 2 Buildings.. in Technical; Originally Posted by terrorvis Originally Posted by localzuk You'll not be able to get ADSL2+ in Weston though, as it ...
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    Re: Linking 2 Buildings..

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk
    You'll not be able to get ADSL2+ in Weston though, as it is currently only really available in major metropolitan areas (read London and Birmingham, plus a few others).
    Actually Be is available on the Weston-super-Mare exchange...

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    Oh indeed. It just seems to be the Weston college it doesn't like on the be site. I agree then - go for ADSL2+ if you can!

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    Re: Linking 2 Buildings..

    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk
    Oh indeed. It just seems to be the Weston college it doesn't like on the be site. I agree then - go for ADSL2+ if you can!
    Be's site often turns down applications on the distance to the exchange, where as the telephone people will take the order as long as the customer is aware they might not achieve the full 24meg. It's worth ringing them, if you decide to go down that route.

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    Re: Linking 2 Buildings..

    LOL - use African swallows for maximum data

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    Re: Linking 2 Buildings..

    We have tried many solutions wireless, laser. I have used a bonding unit is a very cheap alterative to Private circuits i.e. mega/kilostreams, EES100. I would recommend bonded SDSL but that depends on your BT local exchange. If you you have an option of ADSL MAX bonded

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    Re: Linking 2 Buildings..

    We have tried many solutions wireless, laser. I have used a bonding unit is a very cheap alterative to Private circuits i.e. mega/kilostreams, EES100. I would recommend bonded SDSL but that depends on your BT local exchange. If you you have an option of ADSL MAX bonded

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