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seatts79

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#91053 5-Oct-2011 22:28
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Bellow are stats from my modem I am on adsl2+ but just wondering if my speed is bit on slow side.  Any help would be much appreciated.  Have removed my IP addresses 

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System Up Time02:01:11:42ADSL Speed (DS/US)5679/897 KbpsLAN IP Address192.168.1.1  

Firmware Version3.30jBoot Loader Version1.0.37-0.6.8ADSL Driver VersionA2pB021g.d19bWireless Driver Version3.91.41.0 (Wireless is enabled)Wireless BSSIDB4:82:FE:D5:2C:A8Ethernet MAC AddressB4:82:FE:D5:2C:A5USB MAC AddressB4:82:FE:D5:2C:A6Memory Size4MB Flash / 16MB SDRAM 

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  #529831 5-Oct-2011 22:34
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sorry guess missed some stuff out perhaps should say am running dynalink RTA 1025WE

Line ModeADSL2+ Line StateShow Time  Line Power StateL0 Line Up Time02:01:15:24 Line CodingTrellis On Line Up Count1 StatisticsDownstreamUpstreamLine Rate5679 Kbps897 KbpsAttainable Line Rate6712 Kbps885 KbpsNoise Margin12.1 dB12.1 dBLine Attenuation45.0 dB27.1 dBOutput Power19.0 dBm12.6 dBmMSGC (number of bytes in overhead channel message)60 16 B (number of bytes in Mux Data Frame)174 27 M (number of Mux Data Frames in FEC Data Frame)1 1 T (Mux Data Frames over sync bytes)1 3 R (number of check bytes in FEC Data Frame)12 0 S (ratio of FEC over PMD Data Frame length)0.9803 0.9868 L (number of bits in PMD Data Frame)1526 227 D (interleave depth)64 1 Delay15 0 Super Frames10962258 10962256 Super Frame Errors96 1178 RS Words723509062 0 RS Correctable Errors56759 0 RS Uncorrectable Errors1724 0 HEC Errors72 897 OCD Errors0 0 LCD Errors0 0 Total Cells2375298270 2033886109 Data Cells21727513 66287779 Bit Errors0 62844 Total ES52 1 Total SES0 0 Total UAS68 0 

 

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  #529838 5-Oct-2011 22:46
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usually you get in the teens but with that line attenuation at 45dB you are a long way from the exchange and im not sure you can expect much more , if you were on ASDL you would be lucky to get to 3000Kbps , are you on a cabinet?




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  #529857 6-Oct-2011 00:07
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45dB attenuation implies about 3km of line to the cabinet/exchange.

Though it doesn't show exactly where the cabinets and exchanges are you can look up your address here to see what cabinet/exchange you are connected to and roughly how far you a from the centre of the area covered.

http://www.telecomwholesale.co.nz/maps



If it doesn't look like your line goes 3km you probably have some kind of wiring issue at your place.

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  #529867 6-Oct-2011 01:41
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With the following signal, I get a consistent 12Mbps (speedtest,net) on Telecom NZ using ADSL2+
This includes a VDSL filter and CAT5 home cabling.

DSL Type:    G.992.5 annex A
Maximum Bandwidth (Up/Down) [kbps/kbps]:    977 / 16.284
Bandwidth (Up/Down) [kbps/kbps]:    980 / 13.750
Data Transferred (Sent/Received) [MB/GB]:    105,83 / 1,42
Output Power (Up/Down) [dBm]:    12,0 / 17,5
Line Attenuation (Up/Down) [dB]:    10,5 / 19,5
SN Margin (Up/Down) [dB]:    13,5 / 13,0

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  #530389 6-Oct-2011 22:05
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vexxxboy: usually you get in the teens but with that line attenuation at 45dB you are a long way from the exchange and im not sure you can expect much more , if you were on ASDL you would be lucky to get to 3000Kbps , are you on a cabinet?

Not sure how to check that all I can say is that on naked broadband with vodafone.  Ho would I check if I was on a cabinet

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  #530434 7-Oct-2011 06:24
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seatts79:  Ho would I check if I was on a cabinet

Andrew 


Instructions have already been posted a few posts above.

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  #530573 7-Oct-2011 14:08
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Just spoke to vodafone and they said that because the lines in my area are still copper rather than fibre optic that I am still going through the exchange rather than cabitnet and that I am about 2km from exchange but operator said that my speed was good compared to a lot of other customers that areonly getting like 2Mbps

 
 
 
 


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  #531068 9-Oct-2011 00:55
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seatts79: Just spoke to vodafone and they said that because the lines in my area are still copper rather than fibre optic that I am still going through the exchange rather than cabitnet and that I am about 2km from exchange but operator said that my speed was good compared to a lot of other customers that areonly getting like 2Mbps


Enter your address on the Telecom Wholesale checker (link below), it will tell you what cabinet/exchange you are connected to.

http://www.telecomwholesale.co.nz/maps

If you are connected to a cabinet but your line is being passed through to terminate at the exchange you will get a much higher line by having Vodafone switch your line to terminate on the cabinet.


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  #531069 9-Oct-2011 00:59
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sbiddle:
seatts79:  Ho would I check if I was on a cabinet

Andrew 


Instructions have already been posted a few posts above.


In the first link I posted earlier I didn't include the www which meant it 404'd.

Edited it to put in the working url now.

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