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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 45695 3-Nov-2009 23:41
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Has anyone managed to get any higher than 800kbps upload on big time, or any telecom plan?


I thought it was FS/FS, and ASDL2+ from memory has a theoretical max of 1mbps?

SNR Margin (dB):
12.1 
15.6 


Attenuation (dB):
8.0 
2.4 


Output Power (dBm):
17.6 
12.4 


Attainable Rate (Kbps):
19736 
945 


Rate (Kbps):
17804 
945 




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Master Geek
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  Reply # 269827 3-Nov-2009 23:52
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i think you are getting 945Kbps? that is very close to 1Mbps

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  Reply # 269830 4-Nov-2009 00:07
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guesr: Has anyone managed to get any higher than 800kbps upload on big time, or any telecom plan?


You lucky person, I dont even get that on an unmanaged plan on ADSL2!

Your connected at +- 18Mb Down and 1Mb Up so in an ideal world 1800kpbs would be expected, but the normal BB conditions on line quality, distance from exchange etc come in to play.

For big time i would be very happy to get those speeds

guesr: I thought it was FS/FS, and ASDL2+ from memory has a theoretical max of 1mbps?


Think its typo, but to confirm 21Mbps is the max... but you need to live next door to a major exchange

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 269835 4-Nov-2009 00:47
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scworpiworld:

guesr: I thought it was FS/FS, and ASDL2+ from memory has a theoretical max of 1mbps?


Think its typo, but to confirm 21Mbps is the max... but you need to live next door to a major exchange

I think he was talking about the upload, i belive ADSL 2+ has max upload of 1Mbps while download is 21Mbps 



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 269839 4-Nov-2009 01:07
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samsam: i think you are getting 945Kbps? that is very close to 1Mbps



the stats posted up there are my sync rates
speedtests never go past 800kbps was what I was meaning ;) perhaps theres a cap on the upload? cant see why they'd want to do this though!


with DMT tools I can tweak the attainable rate to around 22-23mbps


samsam: I think he was talking about the upload, i belive ADSL 2+ has max upload of 1Mbps while download is 21Mbps



adsl2+ has a max theoretical of about 24mbps ;)

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  Reply # 269950 4-Nov-2009 11:10
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Sorry guys... upload speed, right that would be 1.5Mbps according to trusty Wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ITU_G.992.5

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