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  #2382525 29-Dec-2019 16:22
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Appreciate all your detailed responses.  Sync is at 122Mbps, with 'elapsed time' 25 days ago (2,232,000+ seconds).   

 

 

 

I do not have a lot of experience with ddDLM, but will check the console for sync speeds next time I encounter this. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  #2382640 29-Dec-2019 20:09
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If the XDSL link times (46) is the number of times it's reset in 25 days, then that could be the problem. As it stands, it's looking pretty good, but if there's something intermittent causing bursts of noise or interference on the line, then ddDLM could be pulling it back.

 

The mode (17a) and the DS sync rate are the things to keep an eye on. When you do a speedtest, check what those are at the same time.


 
 
 
 


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  #2382641 29-Dec-2019 20:11
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Dat 1 dB SNR margin 😎


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  #2382655 29-Dec-2019 20:48
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yitz:

Dat 1 dB SNR margin 😎


That's probably got something to do with it. Although I'm surprised if it's erroring that bad it isn't dropping...




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  #2382657 29-Dec-2019 20:53
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yitz:

Do Spark/Skinny/Bigpipe still use xDSL port line rate data passed on from Chorus to do some sort of traffic policing at their BNGs?


The prioritisation bigpipe had was removed when it was moved to sparks core.
Yes traffic policy's are set from the data we get from chorus. But that's dynamic to what the connection connects at. It wouldn't be the cause of this at all. Looks like the low us snr is dropping the connection, its getting a bad sync then renegotiating.




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