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Topic # 73621 17-Dec-2010 18:55 Send private message

I'm new to ADSL 2 and noticed my  VF FS/FS package gives me 1045 up and 18489 down - is this right?  I thought FS up would be 18489 too, but it seems limited to 1045.  Is this the 'maximum' upstream that ADSL2 offers or is there something wrong at the VF end?


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  Reply # 418621 17-Dec-2010 19:12 Send private message

What are the line stats in your modem?




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  Reply # 418628 17-Dec-2010 19:18 Send private message

ADSL stands for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line.

Asymmetric means speeds are not the same in each direction.

ADSL2+ has a MAX of 24mbps down and 1mbps up.


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  Reply # 418644 17-Dec-2010 19:59 Send private message

johnr: What are the line stats in your modem?






  Upstream Downstream




CurrRate(kbps)
1045
18489


MaxRate(kbps)
1041
23496


NoiseMargin(dB)
13.0
11.2


Attenuation(dB)
4.5
1.5


Power(dBm)
12.4
18.3






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  Reply # 418704 18-Dec-2010 00:39 Send private message

~1Mbit is the max upload rate of ADSL2+

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  Reply # 418708 18-Dec-2010 00:56 Send private message

"FS" just means whatever your line can do. In your case it's the stats you list, upstream on ADSL "asynchronus". 1mbit is about the max for upstream on ADSL2.

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  Reply # 418719 18-Dec-2010 07:36 Send private message

kyhwana2: "FS" just means whatever your line can do. In your case it's the stats you list, upstream on ADSL "asynchronus". 1mbit is about the max for upstream on ADSL2.


Thanks for the replies, I knew it was asynchronous, I just wasn't certain how asynchronous it should be.

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