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# 211699 7-Apr-2017 16:36
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This is not a complaint...just curious.

 

I have noticed over the last 3 and maybe over the last 6 months. My sync rates have been getting better ---- higher and higher...

 

The sync rate use to be in the mid 7000 Kbps range for years. Over the last few months ---- (progressing to today)started getting in the mid 8000 Kbps, then the mid 9000Kbps and then 10000Kbps.

 

 

 

But today's sync rate of 11555Kbps (and positive speedtest results) and my upstream has gone from 800Kbps to 1213Kbps...Why am I getting better and better sync rates? Is someone (chorus?) making network improvements to ensure (?) I keep my copper connection?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Type

 

Interleave Path

 

 

 

   Status

 

SHOWTIME

 

 

 

   

 

Downstream

 

Upstream

 

 

 

   Data rate(Kbps)

 

11555

 

1213

 

 

 

   Noise Margin

 

5

 

6

 

 

 

   Output power(dBm)

 

9

 

19

 

 

 

   Attenuation(dB)

 

33

 

17

 

 

 


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  # 1758216 7-Apr-2017 16:39
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Yes DLM onto ADSL

 

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  # 1758218 7-Apr-2017 16:41
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And people moving from xDSL to UFB where available - reduces crosstalk from other xDSL connections.


 
 
 
 




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  # 1758219 7-Apr-2017 16:42
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For ADSL2+?

 

And I am 3km from the box down the road. I just wasn't ever expecting much more speed.


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  # 1759203 7-Apr-2017 17:28
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Yes, Chorus are rolling out DLM for ADSL.





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