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  # 1416437 29-Oct-2015 20:34
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mercutio:
chevrolux: > xdslctl info --vendor
xdslctl: ADSL driver and PHY status
Status: Showtime
Last Retrain Reason: 1
Last initialization procedure status: 0
Max: Upstream rate = 13535 Kbps, Downstream rate = 77450 Kbps
Bearer: 0, Upstream rate = 13470 Kbps, Downstream rate = 77474 Kbps

ChipSet Vendor Id: BDCM:0xa3f5
ChipSet VersionNumber: 0xa3f5
ChipSet SerialNumber:


....just getting that dslstats thing going


hmm i have a chipset serialnumber - did you and blank it out? 


Na thats just pasted straight from terminal.

Here is the graphs from dslstats...
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/l78egeud0tntkh0/AABc8mwYCnTOZSv9B6N9tTGaa?dl=0

Is there other useful I can get from that program?

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  # 1416468 29-Oct-2015 20:58
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chevrolux:
mercutio:
chevrolux: > xdslctl info --vendor
xdslctl: ADSL driver and PHY status
Status: Showtime
Last Retrain Reason: 1
Last initialization procedure status: 0
Max: Upstream rate = 13535 Kbps, Downstream rate = 77450 Kbps
Bearer: 0, Upstream rate = 13470 Kbps, Downstream rate = 77474 Kbps

ChipSet Vendor Id: BDCM:0xa3f5
ChipSet VersionNumber: 0xa3f5
ChipSet SerialNumber:


....just getting that dslstats thing going


hmm i have a chipset serialnumber - did you and blank it out? 


Na thats just pasted straight from terminal.

Here is the graphs from dslstats...
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/l78egeud0tntkh0/AABc8mwYCnTOZSv9B6N9tTGaa?dl=0

Is there other useful I can get from that program?


i think it's probably just a different firmware on the linecard or such.  maybe to do with the 998 change?   i'm still on 997...

i reckon you'd be close to 100/50 if you get stuck on 17a.  i don't understand why you're not on 17a :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 1416470 29-Oct-2015 20:59
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hio77:
mercutio:
Jase2985: current stats, still on 17a but for some unknown reason it droped from 53 to 41. there was no increase in errors/snr or attenuation

DSLAM/MSAN type:            IKNS:0x0001 / v0x0001
Modem/router firmware:      AnnexA version - A2pv6F039d.d24l
DSL mode:                   VDSL2 Profile 17a
Status:                     Showtime
Uptime:                     31 days 9 hours 36 min 31 sec
Resyncs:                    0 (since 23 Oct 2015 12:57:02)
            
                Downstream    Upstream
Line attenuation (dB):      8.9        0.0
Signal attenuation (dB):    Not available on VDSL2        
Connection speed (kbps):    41437        10351
SNR margin (dB):            12.6        28.4
Power (dBm):                10.6        3.8
Interleave depth:           1        1
INP:                        0        0
G.INP:                      Not enabled        

RSCorr/RS (%):              N/A        0.0003
RSUnCorr/RS (%):            N/A        0.0000
ES/hour:                    0.35        0


your power is amazingly low, i bet they reduced the power on the connection because it was doing well.

oh what, that's 17a?  it looks like 8b :)  8b has 18.5 and 13.5 dbm for power i think.  so often lines will start on the faster sync rate, then immediately resync to a slower sync rate. i think 17a is normally 14.5, but i dunno everything is changing.


i have seen 10.5dBm pretty commonly on 17a.


ahh i didn't realise it was being culled so much.  but 8b seems to be culled a bit too - 20.5dbm should be max transmit power on 8b, and 14.5dbm on 17a, 30a. (not that we have 30a here)

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  # 1416474 29-Oct-2015 21:08
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Jase2985:
mercutio:
your power is amazingly low, i bet they reduced the power on the connection because it was doing well.

oh what, that's 17a?  it looks like 8b :)  8b has 18.5 and 13.5 dbm for power i think.  so often lines will start on the faster sync rate, then immediately resync to a slower sync rate.


@mercutio def 17a

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damn there are hardly any bits allocated there.


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  # 1416482 29-Oct-2015 21:14
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mercutio:
chevrolux:
mercutio:
chevrolux: > xdslctl info --vendor
xdslctl: ADSL driver and PHY status
Status: Showtime
Last Retrain Reason: 1
Last initialization procedure status: 0
Max: Upstream rate = 13535 Kbps, Downstream rate = 77450 Kbps
Bearer: 0, Upstream rate = 13470 Kbps, Downstream rate = 77474 Kbps

ChipSet Vendor Id: BDCM:0xa3f5
ChipSet VersionNumber: 0xa3f5
ChipSet SerialNumber:


....just getting that dslstats thing going


hmm i have a chipset serialnumber - did you and blank it out? 


Na thats just pasted straight from terminal.

Here is the graphs from dslstats...
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/l78egeud0tntkh0/AABc8mwYCnTOZSv9B6N9tTGaa?dl=0

Is there other useful I can get from that program?


i think it's probably just a different firmware on the linecard or such.  maybe to do with the 998 change?   i'm still on 997...

i reckon you'd be close to 100/50 if you get stuck on 17a.  i don't understand why you're not on 17a :)


The really rubbish thing is this is in a pharmacy and the most strenuous work this connection will do is run a few VoIP calls...

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  # 1416483 29-Oct-2015 21:15
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chevrolux:
mercutio:
chevrolux:
mercutio:
chevrolux: > xdslctl info --vendor
xdslctl: ADSL driver and PHY status
Status: Showtime
Last Retrain Reason: 1
Last initialization procedure status: 0
Max: Upstream rate = 13535 Kbps, Downstream rate = 77450 Kbps
Bearer: 0, Upstream rate = 13470 Kbps, Downstream rate = 77474 Kbps

ChipSet Vendor Id: BDCM:0xa3f5
ChipSet VersionNumber: 0xa3f5
ChipSet SerialNumber:


....just getting that dslstats thing going


hmm i have a chipset serialnumber - did you and blank it out? 


Na thats just pasted straight from terminal.

Here is the graphs from dslstats...
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/l78egeud0tntkh0/AABc8mwYCnTOZSv9B6N9tTGaa?dl=0

Is there other useful I can get from that program?


i think it's probably just a different firmware on the linecard or such.  maybe to do with the 998 change?   i'm still on 997...

i reckon you'd be close to 100/50 if you get stuck on 17a.  i don't understand why you're not on 17a :)


The really rubbish thing is this is in a pharmacy and the most strenuous work this connection will do is run a few VoIP calls...


it's nice to have decent speeds everywhere even if they're not doing anything heavy :)

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  # 1416493 29-Oct-2015 21:31
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mercutio:
Jase2985:

@mercutio def 17a

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damn there are hardly any bits allocated there.



yep, like i said i have exactly the same stats bar the speed when i was on 53mbps to what i am on now. The line has been as high as 66mbps but that was with a snr of 3, which lasted 3 weeks, i have an ups and connected during a power cut :).

not sure what is up. its capable of more it just wont do more though. there is next to zero errors on the line, about 5 per Day.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1416591 30-Oct-2015 07:58
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hio77: @seatil and @cruxis

I would love to see both your DSL Overview tabs to compare!


Your wish - my command.  Have included new Spectrum and DSL tab images too as DLM happened overnight (INP from 0->1, only visible on upstream due to the downstream override I put in place two days ago).

http://chez.geek.nz/images/VDSLOverview-20151030_075300.png
http://chez.geek.nz/images/VDSLDSL-20151030_075300.png
http://chez.geek.nz/images/VDSLSpectrum-20151030_075300.png


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  # 1416671 30-Oct-2015 09:21
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I haven't been following 998 too closely since UFB was supposed to go live in our street in Nov, but they've now pushed it back by a month and I suppose it might slip more, so I'm interested again! :)

A couple of questions; apologies may have been covered but 17 pages... ;-)

* It seems quite a few more people now have 998, what's the current list of areas\suburbs we know it's active in?

* Some people are showing 100/50 for Max DSLAM throughput and  others 70/30 - is that based on the DSLAM card you're connected to or something else?

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  # 1416675 30-Oct-2015 09:27
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sidefx: I haven't been following 998 too closely since UFB was supposed to go live in our street in Nov, but they've now pushed it back by a month and I suppose it might slip more, so I'm interested again! :)

A couple of questions; apologies may have been covered but 17 pages... ;-)

* It seems quite a few more people now have 998, what's the current list of areas\suburbs we know it's active in?


Seems to be scattered a bit, but there seems to be a bit of migrations happening again, so I suspect more and more will come online.


* Some people are showing 100/50 for Max DSLAM throughput and  others 70/30 - is that based on the DSLAM card you're connected to or something else?


adsl info --vendor on broadcom modems (some use xdslcmd) - if it's ikns it's 70/30, broadcom 100/50, or on fritzbox it shows easily.  dslam card yes.


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  # 1416699 30-Oct-2015 09:34
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I can confirm still holding steady at 30/10 here in Glenfield/Bayview area on Auckland's North Shore. No upgrade here yet.




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  # 1416707 30-Oct-2015 09:37
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littleheaven: I can confirm still holding steady at 30/10 here in Glenfield/Bayview area on Auckland's North Shore. No upgrade here yet.


Checked mine last night - 70/29 now!! - is nice and quick.    In north Hamilton.


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  # 1416708 30-Oct-2015 09:38
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remuera, auckland here - no upgrade but a nice hungry line waiting to fly :P

Downstream  
SNR Margin (0.1dB): 11.9  
Attenuation (0.1dB): 1.0  
Output Power (dBm): -9.9  
Attainable Rate (Kbps): 44048  
Rate (Kbps): 41270  

it's pretty decent at the moment and i get 34-36mbit down on speedtest.net over my wifi

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  # 1416711 30-Oct-2015 09:41
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Guv:
littleheaven: I can confirm still holding steady at 30/10 here in Glenfield/Bayview area on Auckland's North Shore. No upgrade here yet.


Checked mine last night - 70/29 now!! - is nice and quick.    In north Hamilton.



most likely ikns card - if you were on broadcom i wouldn't be surprised if it was higher :)



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  # 1416726 30-Oct-2015 09:58
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I just checked mine, its changed! :D 

Up to 62.1Mb/s downoad from 34.5Mb/s before, upload has stayed the same at 10.6Mb/s however.

I'm also located in Cashmere, Christchurch.

here's some stats for those interested:

Downstream line rate (kbit/s)                   62188
Upstream line rate (kbit/s)                       10621
Downstream SNR (dB)                            6.4
Upstream SNR (dB)                                 8.6
Downstream line attenuation (dB)           12
Upstream line attenuation (dB)               3.9
 
edit: I'm assuming it has something to do with 998 anyway, I mean how else would you explain that ~30Mb jump :p (please don't let it be some one-off DLM thing *fingers crossed*)





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