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End of week two in the life of the demand tracker
Friday 12 July 2002 14:39:00 by Andrew Ferguson

The end of another week, and some more news on BT Wholesales much 'loved' demand tracking system.

ADSLguide has added a Questions & Answers section for the new registration system. It is currently in its infancy, and we are looking for questions that people feel should go into that section - so have a look and if something important is missing email MrSaffron at andrew@thinkbroadband.com and I'll add it to my todo list.

This new section is also intended to act as a links list for ISPs that are known to passing on regisration information to BT Wholesale via online forms, and also provide links to the various local campaign sites that are springing up around the country.

The Bradford-on-Avon site has a simple league table of the different registration levels so far it shows:

Exchange Name   Registrations   Trigger  
WNSEA SEALAND RCC * 55 Not set
WWSIDM SIDMOUTH 22 400
SSBOA BRADFORD-ON-AVON 11 400
WNDEE CONNAHS QUAY 9 400
LCNSH NORTH SHORE 4 400
SDSNDWN SANDOWN 4 400
MRMSL MOSSLEY 4 400
WWTOTN TOTNES 4 350
LVFRO FRODSHAM 3 350
NIAM ARMAGH 3 400
SSSTT STREET 2 400

* - Sealand is a manual figure, the campaigns
automatic checker doesn't work on that exchange

For two weeks of data, this looks very low - if anybodies exchange can better these figures then visit our BT Wholesale forum and let us know.

The life of the BT tracker has been turbulent so far. At least one bug has been fixed, the 'undefined error' went away earlier this week, but data still appears to be taking a long time from ISPs entering it (if they do) to it appearing on the public interface.

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