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  # 839430 19-Jun-2013 14:45
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Hmm, I guess time will tell!

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  # 839442 19-Jun-2013 14:56
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Fingers crossed, I think you got in quicker than I did in addressing high errrors. :)

 
 
 
 




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  # 839604 19-Jun-2013 16:34
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Yeah maybe. It only topped 10 briefly so here's hoping!

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  # 839711 19-Jun-2013 18:42
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SamF: Yeah maybe. It only topped 10 briefly so here's hoping!

I think a short period of higher errors probably won't get you kicked down. The resyncs are probably more of an issue.



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  # 839745 19-Jun-2013 19:25
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Yeah, we still don't really know the exact threshold for either errors or resyncs do we?

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  # 839807 19-Jun-2013 20:25
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You think your lines are bad?




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The variance in SNR ratio might be worrying but those error rates are pretty low. What DLM level is it though?


(Try this for errors :P )


 
 
 
 




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  # 839834 19-Jun-2013 20:57
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@sidefx: that's not recent is it?

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  # 839842 19-Jun-2013 21:04
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Nah, that was the start of the street lamp thing, lol

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sidefx: The variance in SNR ratio might be worrying but those error rates are pretty low. What DLM level is it though?


(Try this for errors :P )


Where do i see DLM level?






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  # 839844 19-Jun-2013 21:07
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Hmm, I'm not sure how to tell DLM level on that firmware version :) But wow yeah, those sync rates at that attenuation and that spectrum graph looks terrible!



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  # 839847 19-Jun-2013 21:11
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I believe that 'fast' is the equivalent of DLM-1 on that firmware. What's your latency to stuff.co.nz?

And yeah, you've got some serious issues there mate! :)

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SamF: Yeah, we still don't really know the exact threshold for either errors or resyncs do we?

Not even a good idea lol. I think the goal posts might have moved too...

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I've had a bit of a trawl through this thread. This seems to be where the most VDSL discussion is happening.

What has been typical for the first DLM change to kick in?

I'm a Telecom VDSL customer and had an install on Saturday. I'm guessing I've started in DLM6? Stats below...



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JonoNZ: I've had a bit of a trawl through this thread. This seems to be where the most VDSL discussion is happening.

What has been typical for the first DLM change to kick in?

I'm a Telecom VDSL customer and had an install on Saturday. I'm guessing I've started in DLM6? Stats below...


kinda lacking the info needed to tell you that :/ hunt around and see if the INP etc comes up anywhere..




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