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# 107521 13-Aug-2012 20:56
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Hi last week or so I've been experiencing weird fluctuations in download speeds.  Doesn't seem to be any common thread like, national vs international or http vs ftp.  Speed test are also varying wildly.

From my router logs I am getting a lot of

seq:3591726117 1492 bytes is out-of-order; expected seq:3591720309

I haven't changed anything on my side and this is happening on all the PC's in the house (5).

Any ideas as to where I should start looking?

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  # 671963 13-Aug-2012 21:01
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Have you got a master splitter installed on the telephone line coming into the house from the road?

Review this thread on the Vodafone NZ forum

http://forum.vodafone.co.nz/topic/9830-slow-internet-speed-disconnection-when-using-phone-help/

Also please post modem stats

Are you in a area that cabinets are now getting deployed?

John



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  # 671966 13-Aug-2012 21:13
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No, no splitter, only one active jackpoint (master).  Vodafone Red Naked for ~ 2 years.  Usually get full line speed, only been a problem for the last few weeks.

Modem Status:    Showtime (DMTDSL_SHOWTIME)
DSL Mode:        ITU G.992.5 (ADSL2+) Annex A

Noise Margin:     4.5 dB                          6.0 dB
Output Power:    18.5 dBm                        12.0 dBm
Attenuation:     30.0 dB                         12.0 dB

                 DS Channel1      DS Channel0   US Channel1       US Channel0
Speed (kbps):             0            14094             0              1154
Cells:                    0         10640796             0            877153
Reed-Solomon EC:          0             1247             0                 0
CRC Errors:               0                6             0                 0
Header Errors:            0                3             0                 0
Total BER:                0E-0           2105E-11
Leakage Average BER:      0E-0           2734E-11
Interleave Delay:         0               21             0                13

 

 
 
 
 


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  # 671967 13-Aug-2012 21:15
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Approx where are you?



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  # 671968 13-Aug-2012 21:21
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Te Atatu Peninsula

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  # 671969 13-Aug-2012 21:24
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Have you tried a different modem?



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  # 671977 13-Aug-2012 21:35
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No, I don't have any other modems?  Can you send me one?

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  # 671978 13-Aug-2012 21:37
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Judge: No, I don't have any other modems?? Can you send me one?


What will I use then? I don't have spare modems laying around

 
 
 
 




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  # 671979 13-Aug-2012 21:39
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Ohh, I thought Vodafone had stacks of modems?  Have you run out?

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  # 671980 13-Aug-2012 21:40
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Judge: Ohh, I thought Vodafone had stacks of modems?? Have you run out?


I have only ever had one, One is all I need, I don't control Vodafone stock levels of modems LOL



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  # 671981 13-Aug-2012 21:42
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Yea, same here.  Does this mean my modem is broken and I need to buy a new one?

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  # 671982 13-Aug-2012 21:44
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Can't tell if the modem has an issue unless you try another, Lots of rain about over the last week or so this might be causing a issue



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  # 671986 13-Aug-2012 21:49
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Ohh ok, does rain cause out of order bytes (what does that even mean) or break modems? Is it like a lightning strike or something?

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  # 671991 13-Aug-2012 21:51
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Rain has a habit of finding where the weak points / cracks are in telephone cables

Your issue will not be related to out of order bytes



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  # 671992 13-Aug-2012 21:53
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Aren't phone cables underground, in conduits?

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  # 671993 13-Aug-2012 21:55
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Yer and they also run over head not just under ground

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