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  # 1430332 18-Nov-2015 13:21
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ech3lon:
hio77:

Based off the fact that your snrs are above where they should be and where your capping, Your on a Ikanos linecard.

998 profile on this card is capped to 70/30, Which your right on maxing out.


Very nice line.


I have no idea what you've said, but yes it's a nice line and good bump for upload speed laughing
We have the cabinet right outside our house.

Now, if someone that holds power-that-be could 'accidentally' change the profile to unlock the 100 mbps down..


it's an even bigger ask, as they have to change you to a different line card which seem to be much less common. (apparently mostly common in rural, but they still appear in cities)

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  # 1430455 18-Nov-2015 15:45
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ech3lon: I have no idea what you've said, but yes it's a nice line and good bump for upload speed laughing
We have the cabinet right outside our house.

Now, if someone that holds power-that-be could 'accidentally' change the profile to unlock the 100 mbps down..


nothing to do with a profile, its a physical piece of hardware

 
 
 
 


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  # 1430508 18-Nov-2015 16:40
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sidefx: Who do you stream sky to?


I stream from sky?, it saturates the upstream quite a bit when watching it though the mikrotik so am gonna try it out and see how it goes.





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  # 1430510 18-Nov-2015 16:42
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sidefx: Who do you stream sky to?


I stream from sky?, it saturates the upstream quite a bit when watching it though the mikrotik so am gonna try it out and see how it goes.


Something's wrong if you are saturating your upstream when streaming from Sky.

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  # 1430513 18-Nov-2015 16:47
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maxing my 40/10 VDSL connection on a download im lucky to hit 800kbps (100KB/s) on the upload, streaming might use a little more but should saturate

something seems wrong

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  # 1430521 18-Nov-2015 16:55
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Jase2985: maxing my 40/10 VDSL connection on a download im lucky to hit 800kbps (100KB/s) on the upload, streaming might use a little more but should saturate

something seems wrong


back when adsl had 128kbit upload it was a huge issue with downloads requiring acknowledging multiple packets in one go, where often they could come in bursts.. but now connections are faster acking multiple packets at once is the norm, and for normal tcp transfers you should be able to do 50/1 etc.  just doing a test right now, it's about 58 mbit down, 870 kbit up..

i think the difference should be reasonably linear, so at 20 megabit it should be under 300 kbit...

with 7616 adsl1 you kind of needed to use telecom and get the 192kbit to download at full speed consistently.



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  # 1430522 18-Nov-2015 16:55
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Yeh the skys working just tested it now. 

Did a speed test too. So in Beach Haven Auckland. Went from 17/3.5 to 22/2.3








 
 
 
 


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  # 1430591 18-Nov-2015 19:37
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Snapdegrees is now on

 

 

 

 

36673

 

 - 9240

 

 

 

 

which is a tollerable drop in downstream for a significant upstream boost.

bigpipe is now

 

 

 

 

33967

 

 - 4008

 

 

 

 


Which is about the same upstream and a doubling of downstream. Really wish that line would do better but Im not risking the $150 for a rude chorus tech to come and do nothing like the ex flatmate had happen.




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  # 1430596 18-Nov-2015 19:41
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richms: Snapdegrees is now on 36673  - 9240 which is a tollerable drop in downstream for a significant upstream boost.

bigpipe is now
33967  - 4008
Which is about the same upstream and a doubling of downstream. Really wish that line would do better but Im not risking the $150 for a rude chorus tech to come and do nothing like the ex flatmate had happen.


so 998 increased your upstream on one line, thats great!




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  # 1430599 18-Nov-2015 19:43
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hio77:

so 998 increased your upstream on one line, thats great!


An insignifigant increase that is within what I have had before depending on what time of day I rebooted the router, they are all about 8.5 db SNR now so I am assuming that it got worse as more people came online so if I reboot now it would drop.




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  # 1430629 18-Nov-2015 20:26
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richms:$150 for a rude chorus tech to come and do nothing like the ex flatmate had happen.


Lovely generalisation.


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  # 1430637 18-Nov-2015 20:34
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richms:$150 for a rude chorus tech to come and do nothing like the ex flatmate had happen.


Lovely generalisation.


Its what happened, No generalization at all.




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  # 1431484 20-Nov-2015 05:42
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Seems my cabinet has changed to 998 (Glen eden area, Auckland). 




I just got VDSL2 connected and finished the training period (17a, was syncing at 61Mbit, 10 up (obtainable of 53) 6.3db attenuation, DMT-0 no interleaving) but I guess this'll reset that process again.



interesting enough the upstream isn't getting near the sync rate however.

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  # 1431485 20-Nov-2015 06:27
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And I got my speed bump overnight, can't complain at all









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  # 1431505 20-Nov-2015 08:07
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richms:
Psilan:
richms:$150 for a rude chorus tech to come and do nothing like the ex flatmate had happen.


Lovely generalisation.


Its what happened, No generalization at all.


Was your flatmate rude to the Chorus tech?

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