I have been worried about something i hope someone can please reassure me everything would go alright. My installation day is tomorrow and i want to be prepared as much as possible to discuss with the engineer tomorrow so nothing goes wrong. Some issues I am worried about is:
1.Drilling hole(s) around house and wall, my worst fear is if the person doing so on the day doesnt do a good job as some simple search and googling i have found numerous complaints and pictures of very badly done jobs
2.I have slabs around my house with no grass close to all 4 walls of my house. Is this a huge issue? The slabs are quite large as well if you see from below i have uploaded images to give you an idea what i mean.
Am really worried about any sort of damage and mostly got worried from searching other people that had issues on the installation date regarding damage around house/walls/bad job
If you guys can think of anything that i should know or should ask about would be great please.
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You are thinking of a cable carrying one signal. Look at the downstream screen of your hub, each of the different channels, at different frequencies, carries some of your bandwidth. More channels, bigger bandwidth, same cable.
Currently VM use Docsis 3.0
DOCSIS 3.0 gains bandwidth by bonding together 6MHz channels, each of which can carry about 38Mbps. A 24-channel modem could deliver 912Mbps downstream, and 32 channels could boost that to 1.2Gbps
Assuming they move to Docsis 3.1, your looking at 10Gbps sown and 1-2 up. On the same cable.
Full Duplex Docsis 3.1 does 10Gbps both ways but that's a way off for VM yet.
So the answer to your question is,
"New Docsis standards have been implemented VM's side, allowing more bandwidth on the same cable."