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Topic # 111914 19-Nov-2012 16:18 Send private message

I have been monitoring my SNR & Attuation for last week or so..

been around 11-13.. then when it rained heaps on sunday morning.. it dropped to 6-7..
I also seen it drop to 2 on on Saturday & drop connection.. think it may have rained a little?

How can I test where my problem is?

If it is on telecom side, will they identify & fix..

Dean

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  Reply # 719597 19-Nov-2012 16:22 Send private message

You should focus more on your attenuation, when that goes up that's a bad thing.

Did that go up when it rained?




I work for Telecom Spark, but as always my views are my own.

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  Reply # 719600 19-Nov-2012 16:26 Send private message

Good luck trying to find the issue, Would be like looking for a needle in a hay stack






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  Reply # 719660 19-Nov-2012 18:44 Send private message

My Attenuation is not great.. but consistent.. 53.. to my ADSL modem port...

I wired it direct to Master port.. and got 46..

Do you think I should rewire? if it drops between Master point & ADSL port?

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  Reply # 719673 19-Nov-2012 18:52 Send private message

Where are you located? Are you within a 10Mbps zone according to the Chorus SAT page?



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  Reply # 719695 19-Nov-2012 19:49 Send private message

I am in HSL/B ADSL2+ Cabinet Area.. which is not 10Mb +



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  Reply # 719712 19-Nov-2012 20:05 Send private message

Current line stats
ADSL Status ADSL2+(G.992.5)
Up Speed 945980
Down Speed 2684770
SNR Margin 10
Loop Att. 53



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  Reply # 720322 20-Nov-2012 20:00 Send private message

My current SNR Margin

is this too much variation?

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