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  Reply # 1145303 2-Oct-2014 08:17
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You can see RX & TX errors under System Monitoring -> Network Connections page.

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  Reply # 1145364 2-Oct-2014 09:41
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grudge: You can see RX & TX errors under System Monitoring -> Network Connections page.


Perfect!

check these, along with your current dsl uptime, from there its a quick calculation to make sure things aren't extreme.


Ild be very surprised if they were overly high at DLM-5 however. 




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  Reply # 1145615 2-Oct-2014 14:13
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https://i.imgur.com/JjDMAiU.png?1

Here is screenshot of the Network connections page. I restarted the router 27 hours ago which is why the uptime is so low, but it had been up for 10+ days before then since the DLM reset.

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  Reply # 1145816 2-Oct-2014 17:36
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As expected, thats looking pretty clean!


Considering your not dropping dsl sync, your not rebooting often, your not erroring out.. there is no instant reasoning i can pull out for why your on such a far back profile. - nor can i see why your DLM reset didnt create any movement, i would have atlest expected to see something happen..


Short of questioning if the hand didnt talk to the foot with a DLM reset actually happening, your only option will be simply to wait it out or drop back if latency is a major requirement for you.




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  Reply # 1146352 3-Oct-2014 10:10
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You're definitely running on the DLM-1 profile now according to the Chorus line test, so latency can't really get any better than it is at the moment on VDSL.



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  Reply # 1146609 3-Oct-2014 13:48
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I can confirm all my pings dropped by exactly 10ms this morning, so my DLM profile must have switched.

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  Reply # 1146833 3-Oct-2014 17:41
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what a change!

now that you are on DLM-1, hows your errors looking?




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  Reply # 1146907 3-Oct-2014 19:32
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0 receive drops/errors. Thanks for all the help guys

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  Reply # 1146992 3-Oct-2014 22:35
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Hampster: 0 receive drops/errors. Thanks for all the help guys


thats great! enjoy :)




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