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#156071 18-Nov-2014 12:04
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This is my current stat:

Max upstream rate: 12296
Upstream rate: 10342
Upstream noise: 15.2

Max downstream rate: 33460
Downstream rate: 33640
Downstream noise: 12.1

It is kinda funny how downstream rate is higher than maximum downstream rate.

Will there any improvement from master filter? At the demarc, cat5e cable, only one jack is connected. No other phone jack is connected.







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  #1177907 18-Nov-2014 12:42
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Similar boat here - only noticed it after Chorus came out and did some more work on my install.

Maximum upstream rate (kbit/s): 16112

 

Upstream line rate (kbit/s): 10352

 

 

 

Maximum downstream rate (kbit/s): 46104

 

Downstream line rate (kbit/s): 46740

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  #1177920 18-Nov-2014 13:20
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I think you're just trying to brag your download speed!






 
 
 
 


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  #1177934 18-Nov-2014 13:29
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LOL, I wish, but theres plenty of ppl out there who get better than me (damn UFB). And who is bragging about speed (signature ;) )

When I first noticed the difference in the max vs actual I thought I was just reading the headings incorrectly. 

Hasnt caused any issues so didnt bother investigating it further.....but now youve bought it up as well, I'm curious :)




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  #1177963 18-Nov-2014 14:21
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Depends on how highly you value a small increase in speeds in comparison to paying for a master filter ;)

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  #1177988 18-Nov-2014 15:21
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If it is wired direct to one jack-point only, then master splitter is not required. I will check this for you when I come to wired up your network sockets.





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