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Topic # 23423 29-Jun-2008 08:00
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Are these settings ok?

Particularly the SNR?

Item
Downstream
Upstream
Unit
SNR Margin
6
7
dB
Line Attenuation
27
14
dB
Data Rate
15261
860
kbps


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  Reply # 141155 29-Jun-2008 09:03
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Do you know which exchange you are connected to and how far away it is? Your line attenuation is pretty good. However SNR is pretty low (higher results in less errors). However you are getting good sync rates.

Do you experience any disconnections?








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  Reply # 141165 29-Jun-2008 09:59
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Hi,

800m to exchange. Yes I am getting disconnections. The Dlink seems to handle it pretty well, but the Linksys AM300 I brought (which is supposed to be a better modem) takes ages to connect.

I will get a tech out to look at our wiring - it looks like its in a real state.

Cheers

-Al

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 141166 29-Jun-2008 09:59
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bigal_nz: Are these settings ok?

Particularly the SNR?

Item
Downstream
Upstream
Unit
SNR Margin
6
7
dB
Line Attenuation
27
14
dB
Data Rate
15261
860
kbps


You seem to have about the same line state as I do:

Item
Downstream
Upstream
Unit
SNR Margin
15
15
dB
Line Attenuation
28
15
dB
Data Rate
7547
944
kbps
 

Line attenuation of around 28, but I have a higher SNR margin than you do.




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  Reply # 141218 29-Jun-2008 13:55
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Already got the techie booked.......central splitter and check wiring.....

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