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  Reply # 759063 10-Feb-2013 17:10 Send private message

What modem do you have? You could probably use telnet to change the snrm




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  Reply # 759104 10-Feb-2013 18:22 Send private message

Modem/router is a Linksys/Cisco SRP527W, a device that has proved remarkably stable. It just keeps on going.

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  Reply # 759118 10-Feb-2013 18:59 Send private message

shermanp: Modem/router is a Linksys/Cisco SRP527W, a device that has proved remarkably stable. It just keeps on going.


What firmware revision do you have? From memory somewhere around version 1.01.23 there was some fixes for ADSL issues.

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