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  #837245 15-Jun-2013 13:21
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HiTM4N:
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hio77: err that looks horrid! first time i have seen RFI lines too, certainly get that line sorted!


Yeah im thinking as much!

So general consensus is to disconnect unused jacks, make sure jack in use is a direct connection? and if planning to have a phone later throw a master filter in?


yep, might want to look at running a fresh wire from the ETP while your at it

tips on tracking down the demarc/ETP?


hopefully theres a little white ETP box? otherwise your gonna have to take a best guess and trace some cables..

I thinks i has found it


yep, that looks like it.




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  #838983 18-Jun-2013 22:35
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Well, my CRCs continue to climb!!



Connection average is currently at 6.66 CRCPM (SPOOKY!!) after ~40 days.  I'm going to do a 5min reset because I'm over 10 CRCPM over the last 24hrs!  Hopefully I keep my DLM-1!!

 
 
 
 




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  #838999 18-Jun-2013 22:51
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Phew, still on DLM-1! CRCPM is around 2 so far, which is what I was getting previously, but of course it's early days yet!

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  #839002 18-Jun-2013 22:52
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SamF: Well, my CRCs continue to climb!!

What your SNRM target at the moment? I noticed about 10 days ago my SNRM dropped from 9-10 to a very consistent 8db. I didn't change my tweaking so it should still be 10db AFAIK. I haven't had a DLM resync though (in over a month) so I'm still on DLM-2.



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  #839005 18-Jun-2013 22:55
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I'm currently running with a -4.5db SNRM. My actual SNRM is 7-8db.

Bummer re DLM-2! What's your error rate?

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  #839008 18-Jun-2013 23:01
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I'm still stuck on dlm6 after the episode with the street light. Have asked snap for a dlm reset a couple of times but it doesn't seem to have eventuated.:-\



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  #839009 18-Jun-2013 23:02
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6!! That is the suck!!

I'd be pushing it up the chain at snap if I were you!

 
 
 
 


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  #839136 19-Jun-2013 10:45
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SamF: I'm currently running with a -4.5db SNRM. My actual SNRM is 7-8db.

Bummer re DLM-2! What's your error rate?

0.2 CRC/min, It's been consistently that low. Last time I was demoted to DLM2 it took 4 or 5 weeks before I had a change so I'm hoping it'll happen soon.

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  #839146 19-Jun-2013 10:52
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After 20 days, 17 hours and 29 minutes these are my stats:

Downstream Upstream
FEC: 0 4016
CRC: 2049 279
ES: 1786 274
SES: 0 0
UAS: 0 0
LOS: 0 0
LOF: 0 0

I've had no DLM changes since getting vdsl2, was put straight onto DLM1, which is ~25 days

Anyone have a spare fritzbox I can use to see what sync rate I get vs the Zyxel? :p

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  #839164 19-Jun-2013 11:19
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0.2 CRC/min, It's been consistently that low. Last time I was demoted to DLM2 it took 4 or 5 weeks before I had a change so I'm hoping it'll happen soon.
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It sure does take its time.  I've been sitting on CRCPM at or under 0.01 for I guess 4 weeks now? On the stats page I barely get 20 errors PER DAY, but still no change.

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0.2 CRC/min, It's been consistently that low. Last time I was demoted to DLM2 it took 4 or 5 weeks before I had a change so I'm hoping it'll happen soon.
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It sure does take its time.  I've been sitting on CRCPM at or under 0.01 for I guess 4 weeks now? On the stats page I barely get 20 errors PER DAY, but still no change.


mhm DLM certainly has slowed right down.. been sitting on DLM4 for 16 days now, no movement.. just errors that appear out of nowhere.. this rain.. Yell




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sidefx:
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0.2 CRC/min, It's been consistently that low. Last time I was demoted to DLM2 it took 4 or 5 weeks before I had a change so I'm hoping it'll happen soon.
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It sure does take its time.  I've been sitting on CRCPM at or under 0.01 for I guess 4 weeks now? On the stats page I barely get 20 errors PER DAY, but still no change.


mhm DLM certainly has slowed right down.. been sitting on DLM4 for 16 days now, no movement.. just errors that appear out of nowhere.. this rain.. Yell




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  #839308 19-Jun-2013 13:17
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Damn!  Things were looking fine for me until this morning!!



CRCPM currently at 10! :/  Surely I've lost DLM-1 now!  I'm going back to stock for a bit in any case!



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  #839386 19-Jun-2013 14:20
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Phew! Still on DLM-1! Errors down to 5, so better, but still not brilliant! That said, I didn't do a full 5min off reset so might try that tomorrow.

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  #839400 19-Jun-2013 14:27
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Hopefully it doesn't change in the morning. When I last had errors that looked a bit high and reduced SNR Tweak to compensate, it left me on DLM1 through that reset, errors reduced drastically for the rest of the day, but then it still dropped me to DLM2 the next morning :/

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