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  Reply # 1132854 20-Sep-2014 19:11
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Thanks again ill catch up with them on Monday during there business hours.

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  Reply # 1132865 20-Sep-2014 19:24
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At least when you fix it, you will have a 17a profile at 70Mbps




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  Reply # 1132867 20-Sep-2014 19:41
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coconuts: Thanks really appreciates it guys, ill wait till the 12 day period finishes then ill update in a few days from now, my ping on previous ADSL 2 i was getting 20s but thought VDSL will improve it by another 5


I wouldn't move to VDSL in order to reduce latency. VDSL (in the right conditions) will improve throughput but latency can increase in many cases



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Reply # 1132868 20-Sep-2014 19:42
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dcole13: At least when you fix it, you will have a 17a profile at 70Mbps


Hope its the faulty line, so i can get even lower pings .



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  Reply # 1132869 20-Sep-2014 19:49
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RunningMan:
coconuts: Thanks really appreciates it guys, ill wait till the 12 day period finishes then ill update in a few days from now, my ping on previous ADSL 2 i was getting 20s but thought VDSL will improve it by another 5


I wouldn't move to VDSL in order to reduce latency. VDSL (in the right conditions) will improve throughput but latency can increase in many cases
I thought living near cabinet improve it dramatically?



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  Reply # 1132870 20-Sep-2014 19:49
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RunningMan:
coconuts: Thanks really appreciates it guys, ill wait till the 12 day period finishes then ill update in a few days from now, my ping on previous ADSL 2 i was getting 20s but thought VDSL will improve it by another 5


I wouldn't move to VDSL in order to reduce latency. VDSL (in the right conditions) will improve throughput but latency can increase in many cases
I thought living near cabinet improve it dramatically?

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  Reply # 1132871 20-Sep-2014 19:50
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coconuts:
RunningMan:
coconuts: Thanks really appreciates it guys, ill wait till the 12 day period finishes then ill update in a few days from now, my ping on previous ADSL 2 i was getting 20s but thought VDSL will improve it by another 5


I wouldn't move to VDSL in order to reduce latency. VDSL (in the right conditions) will improve throughput but latency can increase in many cases
I thought living near cabinet improve it dramatically?


It will but adsl usually has lower pings. I would take VDSL tho




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  Reply # 1132875 20-Sep-2014 20:09
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coconuts:
RunningMan:
coconuts: Thanks really appreciates it guys, ill wait till the 12 day period finishes then ill update in a few days from now, my ping on previous ADSL 2 i was getting 20s but thought VDSL will improve it by another 5


I wouldn't move to VDSL in order to reduce latency. VDSL (in the right conditions) will improve throughput but latency can increase in many cases
I thought living near cabinet improve it dramatically?


In general terms, the shorter the line and lower the background noise, the better the latency will be on VDSL - ADSL latency is dependant on the interleaving setting which can be manually set, so can often be lower than VDSL. Under suitable conditions, the VDSL line will have significantly greater throughput though.

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  Reply # 1132876 20-Sep-2014 20:09
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coconuts:
dcole13: At least when you fix it, you will have a 17a profile at 70Mbps


Hope its the faulty line, so i can get even lower pings .


The DLM profile will only affect pings bud. The noise on the line doesnt affect it to make any difference.




 


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  Reply # 1132878 20-Sep-2014 20:11
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If you want the lowest pings you can, you have to get and keep DLM-1, that requires not rebooting the router AT ALL. You reboot it once, you could get DLM-2 which adds 8ms of latency.




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  Reply # 1132910 20-Sep-2014 21:21
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Also please don't expect low ping + fast speeds over WiFi.




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  Reply # 1132913 20-Sep-2014 21:32
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VDSL will always come in at slightly higher latency than the lowest you can get on ADSL due to the fact at the lowest DLM profile your still getting 1ms latency each way.


You have an Auditable issue on your POTS line, get that fixed, likely it will be the cause of your higher than expected atteuation - assuming your cable doesnt do a loop around.


Dont want out your 10 days. if spark wont touch your VDSL because of the Initial DLM period, simply report the POTS issue..




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  Reply # 1133084 21-Sep-2014 11:54
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You should have them check the cable length to the cabinet rather than overland. Overland I'm about 100 meters from the cabinet but the line travels more than a Kilometer and closer to two. This has lead to massive instability problems and led to our ISP no longer even offering VDSL at our location. The Chorus reps who have come out have all said that if you are more than a kilometer away from the cabinet (cable length) that you are going to experience problems. 

The only way you are going to see an improvement at the end of the DLM period is if you are extremely stable and very close (which it doesnt sound like you are with that attenuation) to the cabinet.



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  Reply # 1137716 25-Sep-2014 18:25
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Hey guys now that the 12 days period are over,   first i called spark regarding the line making interference and they fixed it, they also said my line is good nothing wrong with it, but here are my result  on last dlm day profile......

heres the last days results

 

 

 

 

Line standard

 

VDSL2

 

 

 

Downstream line rate (kbit/s)

 

33686

 

 

 

Upstream line rate (kbit/s)

 

10332

 

 

 

Downstream SNR (dB) 

 

12.3

 

 

 

Upstream SNR (dB) 

 

15.9

 

 

 

Downstream line attenuation (dB)

 

11.1

 

 

 

Upstream line attenuation (dB)

 

21.8

 

 

 

Downstream output power (dBmV)

 

13.5

 

 

 

Upstream output power (dBmV)

 

-5.1

 

 

 

Downstream CRC

 

41

 

 

 

Upstream CRC

 

15

 

 

 

Downstream FEC

 

3128

 

 

 

Upstream FEC

 

33057

 

 

 

 



this is on wifi
     


this one hard wired
 

thanks a lot guys for the helpful info, by the way how do i check what DLM profile I am on? I have the Huawei G630b model cheers.

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  Reply # 1137719 25-Sep-2014 18:28
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coconuts:  but here are my result  on last dlm day profile......


DLM doesn't have a last day - it keeps working forever making adjustments as needed. It's just far more aggressive in making changes in the first 10 days.

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