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Reply # 327463 6-May-2010 17:30
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crazed: Line Mode     G.DMT       Line State      Show Time 
Latency Type     Interleave      Line Up Time     00:04:11:15
Line Coding     Trellis On      Line Up Count     2

Statistics     Downstream     Upstream
Line Rate     7616 Kbps     896 Kbps
Attainable Line Rate     10176 Kbps     1200 Kbps
Noise Margin     18.9 dB     16.0 dB
Line Attenuation     4.0 dB     2.5 dB
Output Power     7.8 dBm     12.2 dBm
K (number of bytes in DMT frame)     239      29
R (number of check bytes in RS code word)     16      16
S (RS code word size in DMT frame)     1      8
D (interleave depth)     64      8
Super Frames     886709      886668
Super Frame Errors     0      0
RS Words     60296278      7536678
RS Correctable Errors     698      19
RS Uncorrectable Errors     0      0
HEC Errors     0      0
OCD Errors     0      0
LCD Errors     0      0
Total Cells     270765039      0
Data Cells     874602      0
Bit Errors     0      0
Total ES     5      0
Total SES     1      0
Total UAS     33      0


Telecom have done some changes on the line this morning and for the time being it seems to be stable. They also have the line under "Live monitoring" and I have been asked not to disconnect the modem at all or manually reconnect so that they can see any activity on the line. Since they did the changes this morning I have noticed a speed increase.


Glad to hear things are working for you now.

Couple of things.

Based on those stats and without putting 965AMS on your pair you've got a clean line,.. the copper to the exchange.

Loads of zeros on the following is what you want to see.

Line Up Count     2
Super Frame Errors     0      0
RS Uncorrectable Errors     0      0
HEC Errors     0      0
OCD Errors     0      0
LCD Errors     0      0
Bit Errors     0      0

Without seeing the stats from before you had the line techs out its hard to know if it was an actual line issue you had or a problem with the port, port config or atm pvc problem.

One thing to watch with the Dynalink RTA1320 if you plan to keep using it is that they are notorious for overheating and cooking themselves.

They are great for diagnosing issues due to the comprehensive stats and the syslog option but they will eventually kill themselves. Most don't make it past 2 years in continuous use.

You might want to go with one of your other routers once Telecom finish the monitor and keep the Dynalink aside for when you need some meaningful info if you have a fault in future or need the syslogging functionality.

BTW when you get upgraded to ADSL2+ you'll be motoring with that low attenuation level and well within the range for mighty quick VDSL2 connection if you decide to take that option when you get cabinetised.

Wish I had line like yours where I live. I'm 6.8km from the exch with 63db attenuation.

Cheers
 




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  Reply # 327615 7-May-2010 10:00
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Well after talking to telecom this morning I'm happy to say our problems are fixed, I had no recordable disconnections lastnight and the Internet was solid right through. Telecom also reported the same. So I'm happy.

Thanks to all of you and your suggestions!




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  Reply # 327704 7-May-2010 13:59
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crazed: Well after talking to telecom this morning I'm happy to say our problems are fixed, I had no recordable disconnections lastnight and the Internet was solid right through. Telecom also reported the same. So I'm happy.

Thanks to all of you and your suggestions!





A good result crazed, ... my guess (and suspicion) was they had you on the wrong port-profile and by turning interleaving on stabilised the cct, but keep an eye on it though. 

;-)

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