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Topic # 203170 20-Sep-2016 12:55
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Before:

 

 

 

 

After:

 

 

 

 

Interesting that the downstream attenuation increased by 6.2db? Possible due to the Chorus guy pulling on the cable trying to get more of it out of the conduit?

 

 

 

 

I'm guessing this will increase over time as now I should have a reliable connection that doesn't cut out in the rain.


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  Reply # 1681456 2-Dec-2016 19:50
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Not looking good, been like this for a few days now:

 


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  Reply # 1681462 2-Dec-2016 20:10
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you have a fault

 

call and lodge it with your ISP


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  Reply # 1681464 2-Dec-2016 20:14
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based on your later results i'd recommend talking to your ISP.

 

 

 

Something appears to have gone wrong.





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  Reply # 1681735 3-Dec-2016 15:09
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After testing another modem which seemed fine; put current one (HG659) back in and still looks fine now:

 

 

 

 

Maybe a few reboots have done the trick.


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  Reply # 1681827 3-Dec-2016 18:45
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kenkeniff:

 

After testing another modem which seemed fine; put current one (HG659) back in and still looks fine now:

 

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Maybe a few reboots have done the trick.

 

 

Quit while you are ahead - DO NOT reboot again - it may make your VDSL performance worse again.





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  Reply # 1681967 4-Dec-2016 09:34
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it is certainly possible that a vdsl modem goes bad and syncs like that.

 

 

 

i had one of my 7390s die in a car ride between flats (of about 2 mins) where it would decide to sync at 1/3 instead of the 70/10 capable of that line (this is back in 997 days)





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