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September 6, 2011

PTCL 50 Mb VDSL Deployed :D

Filed under: General IT Related — Syed Jahanzaib / Pinochio~:) @ 8:14 PM

(06/09/2011) PTCL vDSL have been deployed at my EX Network [ Gulistan-e-Jauhar]

(I left this network in year 2008, for any updated information, please contact Mr Jahangir at email

This is the first network in Karachi where ptcl 50Mb vdsl connection have been deployed successfully🙂 Alhamdollillah.
Its working great so far. Following are screen-shots of its working. I did some downloads and was able to get 45mb-48Mb constant.

You can also see the type website result ,  but don’t trust because they are not a reliable source for testing, also people are caching it using SQUID, therefore I recommend you not to trust on these speed test type website. Do your own testing by downloads various big files using IDM simultaneous and then see the download ratio.

Remember, Don’t assume that after getting 50Mb, you or your users will become SUPERMAN or SPIDER MAN🙂 , latency and other things will remain same, only the capacity of loading so many passengers at a time  in your BUS will increase, I hope you will understand.




PTCL VDSL Package : 50Mb DOWN link, 10 Mb UP link



PTCL 50MB vDSL Performance Image-1 by Zaib

PTCL 50MB vDSL Performance Image-1 by Zaib



Google Traceroute

Google Traceroute



HUAWEI HHG622 Modem Sepcifications:

# 4 Ethernet ports. It supports WiFi 802.11b/g/n with Internal WiFi antenna.

# Upload usually remains around 2-4 Mb. It touches 6-7 Mb on full load.


50 mbps VDSL unlimited charges per month

Package Price: Rs.15,000  (average 20,000 Us$ per month asof late 2015)
But with taxes, price may go upto 25,000 Rs roughly I guess,

Note: Installation Charges are Rs.10,000 (inclusive of Modem Charges)




First add any IP in the modem LAN as showed in the image below …

1- lan

Now add rules in Mikrotik NAT section, and move them on TOP

/ip firewall nat

add action=masquerade chain=srcnat comment="Masquerade request going to access DSL Panel" dst-address=

add action=dst-nat chain=dstnat comment="Route vdsl modem panel request from internet to local modem - dst-port 1234 to port 80 of modem" dst-port=1234 in-interface=pppoe-out1 protocol=tcp to-addresses= to-ports=80

Syed Jahanzaib


  1. Wow!!thats great . but i want to ask that does it break sync several times or it stays stable after onceit is connected?

    Comment by faizan — September 6, 2011 @ 9:19 PM

    • Its working fine so far. once it synchronize , it works good.
      Actually it mainly depends on your telephone exchange infrastructure, distance from exchange, telephone DB , wire conditions etc.

      Comment by Pinochio / zaib — September 7, 2011 @ 10:48 AM

      • bhai ye vdsl kitni lambi wire tak theek chalta hai

        Comment by Akash — January 5, 2014 @ 8:06 AM

  2. great………………
    bhai is pa uploading speed kitni ati hai?

    Comment by usmans — September 7, 2011 @ 3:22 AM

  3. good…
    bhai 1 bat pochni thi is bonding technology pa koi streaming ya browsing issue to nai hai na?

    Comment by usmans — September 7, 2011 @ 11:15 PM

  4. Brother can You give me pdf manual for Huawei HG622u or which ever modem is being used. And how they are handling 2 pairs of copper wires?

    Comment by Muhammad Ismail — September 14, 2011 @ 10:11 PM

  5. You can get the Huawei manual from there website as PTCL is not providing any manual. To set it up, you can use there Help line, usually it is pre configured by PTCL.
    At some places, single copper wire is used , at backend they are using OLIO fiber module.

    Comment by Pinochio / zaib — September 15, 2011 @ 10:33 AM

  6. this is actually megabits ……. the speed in megabytes would probably be 6 megabytes per second if you get 48megabit per second …..right?

    Comment by Muhammad Dawood — October 5, 2011 @ 1:08 PM

    • Yes , This is why I used ‘Mb’ , the small b , which indicated “mega bit’ ,
      if it was MegaByte, then MB sign is used.

      When we talk about internet bandwidth, MegaBit is always used.
      & when we talk about local data movement/Download Speed, we usually use MEGA BYTES (MB), KILOBYTES (KB), which is a friendlier version for user end as
      user sees it on there screen when they download any thing from internet.

      Generally – Bits are used to talk about data transfer rates (1 kilobit = 1000 bits), while bytes are used to talk about storage size calculations (1 kilobyte = 1024 bytes). So when your Internet provider offers you a 1Mb connection, its megaBits not MegaBytes. So for a rough guide of how MUCH you can download, divide by eight. i.e. 1Mb speed = 128KB of data. “

      Comment by Pinochio~:) — October 5, 2011 @ 2:40 PM

  7. Can you share results here?

    and also traceroute to for checking latency?

    Comment by AskTaimoor — October 18, 2011 @ 2:41 AM

    • is not a reliable source for testing, therefore I recommend you not to trust on these speed test website.
      Tracert result have been uploaded to this blog. See them.

      Remember, Don’t assume that after getting 50Mb, you or your users will become SUPERMAN or SPIDERMAN🙂 , latency and other things will remain same, only the capacity of loading passenger in your VAN will increase, I hope you will understand.

      Comment by Pinochio~:) — October 18, 2011 @ 10:32 AM

  8. Hello,

    its still working fine or you facing any problem now.

    Comment by Ali — November 26, 2011 @ 1:05 PM

  9. hmmmmmmmmmmm good g goodddddd

    Comment by bilal shah — December 7, 2011 @ 5:14 PM

  10. your last paragraph means i need a download accelerator for getting full speed right ? on single connection it will restrict me on some speed ? did you try DMZ on it is it working fine ? and is there 50GB download limit on it ?
    Thanks for your great post🙂

    Comment by Faisal — December 9, 2011 @ 10:38 AM

    • There is no download limit/quota on 50Mb Package.

      I didn’t understand what you meant by “did you try DMZ on it is it working fine ”
      DMZ is used to protect any server by putting it behind any firewall/gateway to protect it from direct access. How it is related with 50mb dsl ?

      Comment by Pinochio~:) — December 9, 2011 @ 10:47 AM

  11. ayed bahi kiya hum ye 50mb ka connection hum apni isp k liye use kar sakte hen….?

    Comment by Adnan Arshad — March 19, 2012 @ 5:41 PM

  12. bhai ptcl walay pata nahe kaha de rahay hain 50mb samajh nhe arha hai. gulistan–e-jauhar block 16 mai 1 months se kal kal ker rahay thay finally inho ne mana kerdia k yaha sirf 4mb de sakte hain.

    Comment by Zeeshan — July 6, 2012 @ 1:57 PM

  13. aur bhai adnan arshad apne license kaha se liya hai ? aur iska kya procedure hai plz guide me

    Comment by Zeeshan — July 6, 2012 @ 2:02 PM

  14. Dear Syed,

    You have a nice blog with lots of unique information🙂 Your post about the Huawei HG622 is especially interesting.

    The HG622, supplied by PTCL, is a very nice device. Much nicer than the VDSL2 modem supplied by British Telecom here in England.

    There is interest in unlocking the HG622 and for building custom firmware for it, for better performance and line diagnostics, etc.

    Some things that may interest, Syed – PCB photos of the HG622, datasheets, and a firmware dump (of the ChinaTel f/w)

    yours, asbokid

    Comment by asbokid — October 26, 2012 @ 2:33 PM

  15. Bro I want to talk u on phone is it possibly

    Imran Mustafa Chaudhary
    Director Prime Vision Pvt.Ltd
    0345 9765777
    0300 5151384

    Comment by Imran Mustafa Chaudhary — November 7, 2012 @ 9:30 PM

  16. yar bhai main ne ptcl ki help line par bohat bar phone kar k pata kia ha wo kehte hain k 50 mb par b 1 mb upload speed ha…

    Comment by jansher dogar — February 19, 2013 @ 4:05 PM

  17. sir i want to know about strength of single modem or line which provide 50mb speed.
    suppose normally when we use 4mb from ptcl it handles 30-40 users of 512Kb approx. So,
    can 50mb vdsl modem handles 300 users on just single modem ?
    if yes from above question
    can single cable line handles the 1000`s of connection request from 300 users ?

    i am waiting for your expereienceful reply

    Comment by Zohaib — March 8, 2013 @ 8:38 PM

  18. Dear Jhanzeb..

    I also deployed 50mbps 2 month ago, but in saddar area not getting more than 35mbps… Well thing to change the package….

    Comment by kashif khan — October 24, 2013 @ 1:37 PM

  19. Bahi Koi Contact Nomber To Dooo Ap Apna Mujhe Ko 50mb ka link lena hai 0314-2248878

    Comment by farhan — February 8, 2015 @ 5:50 PM

  20. sir help me vdsl modem sellpipe 7130 (new modem chote wala non-binding) bhoot tang ker raha hai 15 se 20 mint net chalta hai us ke bad LAN port per internet nahi chalta Wifi per chal raha hota hai please HELP me….

    Comment by Khan — January 9, 2016 @ 11:56 PM

    • Its the fault of modem bro. replace it.
      or use other workarounds like try to use modem in bridge mode, and do the wan dialing from the mikrotik itself.

      If above still dont work , then at mikrotik use wifi to connect with the dsl modem, this way you will bypass lan of modem, and it will continue to work with the wifi as its wan gateway.

      Comment by Syed Jahanzaib / Pinochio~:) — January 14, 2016 @ 12:12 PM

      • Syed Jahanzaib bhae i have two 50 mb connection on dlink modems pahlay cell pipe tha wo 12 say 14 hrs chalta tha yeh load per 20 min chalta hai plz help me i have also mikrotik rb750gl plz plz help me bohot parayshan hon call or sms me Syed Jahanzaib bhae 03332205091 plz call me or juz sms me ill call u wating ur responce … thanks

        Comment by syed waqas ali — April 10, 2016 @ 5:37 AM

  21. Dear sir mje ye 50mb ka connection mill jaye ga???????

    Comment by Ali Hassan — July 19, 2016 @ 5:13 PM

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