Giggitygoebbels

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First:where is the fiber?in the modem?or in the ethernet cables?
Second:if the fiber thing is at the ethernet cables,what happen if you use tradition copper wire ethernet cables?slower?slow as adsl?
Third:does the speed of wifi improve when switching from adsl to fiber ?
Any help welcome
 
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Generally - at least in the UK where I live - the fibre is between the telephone exchange and the nearest cabinet to your house. From there it's the original copper into your house but there's little or no loss of bandwidth because of that. My cabinet is around a hundred yards from my place and I get 39Mb which is quite a bit better than the 1.2Mb I used to get.
Generally - at least in the UK where I live - the fibre is between the telephone exchange and the nearest cabinet to your house. From there it's the original copper into your house but there's little or no loss of bandwidth because of that. My cabinet is around a hundred yards from my place and I get 39Mb which is quite a bit better than the 1.2Mb I used to get.
 
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