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#193469 12-Mar-2016 09:09
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I moved from Spark VDSL2 with landline to BigPipe VDSL2 (naked) on Thursday 10th March.  Switch over was smooth but my upload speed dropped from 30Mbps to 9Mbps.

 

The hardware setup is exactly the same before and after:

 

  • VDSL2 master filter installed
  • tg589vn2 used in bridge mode
  • TP-Link router used for PPPoE, routing and wifi

 

 

Here was the line stat when I was with Spark and when the bandplan changed to 998.

 

Physical Layer Statistics:

  Modem state:                                   up
  Up time (Days hh:mm:ss):                       0 days, 2:18:17
  xDSL Standard:                                 ITU-T G.993.2
  Channel Mode:                                  Interleaved

  Number of reset:                               8

  Chipset Vendor info (G.994.1):                 Local          Remote
    Country code:                                B500           B500
    ID:                                          BDCM           IKNS
    Specific:                                    0000           0001

  System Vendor info (showtime):                 Local          Remote
    Country code:                                0F00           0000
    ID:                                          TMMB           ----
    Specific:                                    3C61           0000

  Bearers generic info                           DS             US
    Payload rate [Kbps]:                         69993          29993
    Attenuation [dB]:                            7.1            3.6
    Margins [dB]:                                20.2           9.9
    Output power [dBm]:                          14.5           -1.3

    Number of bearers:                           1
    Bearer 0                                     DS             US
      INP [DMT symbols]:                         0.00           0.00
      Delay [ms]:                                0.00           0.00
      Depth []:                                  1              0.00
      R:                                         0              0

G.997.1 Statistics (Current):

  Failures:
    Line failures                                Near end
      Loss of signal (LOS):                      80
      Loss of frame (LOF):                       71
      Loss of power (LPR):                       0

  Performance monitoring:
    Line PM:                                     Near end
      Error second (ES):                         22110

    Channel PM:                                  Near end       Far end
      Bearer 0:
        Code Violation (CV):                     0              5
        FEC:                                     0              51

    ATM data path PM:                            Near end       Far end
      Bearer 0:
        HEC violation count (HEC):               0              N/A

G.997.1 Statistics (last 15 minutes):

  Failures:
    Line failures                                Near end
      Loss of signal (LOS):                      0
      Loss of frame (LOF):                       0
      Loss of power (LPR):                       0

  Performance monitoring:
    Line PM:                                     Near end
      Error second (ES):                         0

    Channel PM:                                  Near end       Far end
      Bearer 0:
        Code Violation (CV):                     0              5
        FEC:                                     0              51

    ATM data path PM:                            Near end       Far end
      Bearer 0:
        HEC violation count (HEC):               0              N/A

G.997.1 Statistics (last 24 hours):

  Failures:
    Line failures                                Near end
      Loss of signal (LOS):                      10
      Loss of frame (LOF):                       10
      Loss of power (LPR):                       0

  Performance monitoring:
    Line PM:                                     Near end
      Error second (ES):                         9

    Channel PM:                                  Near end       Far end
      Bearer 0:
        Code Violation (CV):                     0              5
        FEC:                                     0              51

    ATM data path PM:                            Near end       Far end
      Bearer 0:
        HEC violation count (HEC):               0              N/A

 

 

 

 

 

Here is what I have now

 

 

 

Physical Layer Statistics:

  Modem state:                                   up
  Up time (Days hh:mm:ss):                       1 day, 13:47:12
  xDSL Standard:                                 ITU-T G.993.2
  Channel Mode:                                  Interleaved

  Number of reset:                               0

  Chipset Vendor info (G.994.1):                 Local          Remote
    Country code:                                B500           B500
    ID:                                          BDCM           IKNS
    Specific:                                    0000           0001

  System Vendor info (showtime):                 Local          Remote
    Country code:                                0F00           0000
    ID:                                          TMMB           ----
    Specific:                                    3C61           0000

  Bearers generic info                           DS             US
    Payload rate [Kbps]:                         69993          8819
    Attenuation [dB]:                            6.9            3.7
    Margins [dB]:                                10.0           9.1
    Output power [dBm]:                          15.1           -14.9

    Number of bearers:                           1
    Bearer 0                                     DS             US
      INP [DMT symbols]:                         0.00           0.00
      Delay [ms]:                                0.00           0.00
      Depth []:                                  1              0.00
      R:                                         0              0

G.997.1 Statistics (Current):

  Failures:
    Line failures                                Near end
      Loss of signal (LOS):                      0
      Loss of frame (LOF):                       0
      Loss of power (LPR):                       0

  Performance monitoring:
    Line PM:                                     Near end
      Error second (ES):                         74

    Channel PM:                                  Near end       Far end
      Bearer 0:
        Code Violation (CV):                     87             177
        FEC:                                     0              457

    ATM data path PM:                            Near end       Far end
      Bearer 0:
        HEC violation count (HEC):               155            N/A

G.997.1 Statistics (last 15 minutes):

  Failures:
    Line failures                                Near end
      Loss of signal (LOS):                      0
      Loss of frame (LOF):                       0
      Loss of power (LPR):                       0

  Performance monitoring:
    Line PM:                                     Near end
      Error second (ES):                         0

    Channel PM:                                  Near end       Far end
      Bearer 0:
        Code Violation (CV):                     87             177
        FEC:                                     0              457

    ATM data path PM:                            Near end       Far end
      Bearer 0:
        HEC violation count (HEC):               155            N/A

G.997.1 Statistics (last 24 hours):

  Failures:
    Line failures                                Near end
      Loss of signal (LOS):                      0
      Loss of frame (LOF):                       0
      Loss of power (LPR):                       0

  Performance monitoring:
    Line PM:                                     Near end
      Error second (ES):                         19

    Channel PM:                                  Near end       Far end
      Bearer 0:
        Code Violation (CV):                     87             177
        FEC:                                     0              457

    ATM data path PM:                            Near end       Far end
      Bearer 0:
        HEC violation count (HEC):               155            N/A

 

 

 

I checked the stats (but forgotten to capture it) a few days before the switch over and my line was up for more than 90 days with the 70 down 30 up figure.

 

 

 

I think my upload is lower now because of the port reset as a result of switching ISP.  But it is more than 36 hours since the switch over and the stats has not changed at all.

 

Is this normal?  Am I going to get my 70 down 30 up speed again?

 

 

 

Thanks!


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  #1511814 12-Mar-2016 10:33
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you have gone from 17a to 8b profile which changes the max down/up speed from 70 down and 30 up, to 70 down and about 15 up as the max, this is set by the cabinet and can not be changed manually.

 

your line looks good so there is a good chance you will get it back at some stage, but no one will be able to tell you when.

 

 




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  #1512085 12-Mar-2016 17:26
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Jase2985:

 

you have gone from 17a to 8b profile which changes the max down/up speed from 70 down and 30 up, to 70 down and about 15 up as the max, this is set by the cabinet and can not be changed manually.

 

your line looks good so there is a good chance you will get it back at some stage, but no one will be able to tell you when.

 

 

 

 

I see.

 

Back on the 997 days, my line was on 8b for months (100+ days) before getting bumped up to 17a.  Don't know how long this is going take this time round.  =-(

 

Any reason why an ISP switch mandates a port reset?  I don't think an ISP switch needs a physical move to another port right?  Would it be great if I can keep my decent speed, even after an ISP switch, providing that no physical level change is needed?

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #1512145 12-Mar-2016 21:57
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its not moving you to a different physical port its more like electrically resetting it, which im guessing has happened, and may be the case when changing providers.




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  #1516514 20-Mar-2016 17:38
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Happy to report that DLM has done its job and I am back to 70 down and 30 up.  =-)


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  #1516557 20-Mar-2016 18:38
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Told you :)


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