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  # 840228 20-Jun-2013 12:32
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Hehe, I'm fine with hibernating, as long as I have good Internet :D



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  # 840260 20-Jun-2013 13:25
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Well, that's better!



Faster sync, MUCH lower errors, still on DLM-1 & the lowest attenuation I've ever seen on this line!  Might let that settle until the weekend and then all going well, lower the SNRM again (but a bit less this time).

Have we ever had anyone with an attenuation of 8 swapped to 17a?  Of course it may not stay at 8 for long...

 
 
 
 


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  # 840268 20-Jun-2013 13:32
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SamF: Well, that's better!

Faster sync, MUCH lower errors, still on DLM-1 & the lowest attenuation I've ever seen on this line!  Might let that settle until the weekend and then all going well, lower the SNRM again (but a bit less this time).

If I were you I'd leave it alone until it next resyncs. You're only going to get about 10% more download speed anyway and that's such a good connection I wouldn't want to risk making it worse.



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  # 840270 20-Jun-2013 13:40
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Yeah, but you know me Steve, I'm a speed wh0re & a sucker for punishment! :D

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  # 840284 20-Jun-2013 14:11
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SamF: Well, that's better!



Faster sync, MUCH lower errors, still on DLM-1 & the lowest attenuation I've ever seen on this line!  Might let that settle until the weekend and then all going well, lower the SNRM again (but a bit less this time).

Have we ever had anyone with an attenuation of 8 swapped to 17a?  Of course it may not stay at 8 for long...


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  # 840287 20-Jun-2013 14:15
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7340, 99.05.22

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  # 840308 20-Jun-2013 14:49
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I've been on 8 attenuation since day one and always been on DLM1 never been put on to 17a though. Apparently the highest we have seen someone on 17a is 7 attenuation. 

 
 
 
 




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  # 840309 20-Jun-2013 14:52
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@Jexlar, mind posting your DSL tab info?

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  # 840312 20-Jun-2013 14:54
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Will do after work mate. 



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  # 840313 20-Jun-2013 14:54
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Cheers :)

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  # 840620 20-Jun-2013 21:05
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Sorry for the late reply here's a few shots of what I just took.






Sheesh, those errors are right up there like everyone elses with this weather!

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  # 840668 20-Jun-2013 22:45
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Jexlar: Sheesh, those errors are right up there like everyone elses with this weather!

I've haven't seen much of a change here. Spikes of 45 at 2pm and 33 at 9pm but that's it.



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  # 840698 21-Jun-2013 01:12
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@Jexlar: Not bad, but your errors are quite high, have you done anything to your internal wiring?

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  # 840699 21-Jun-2013 01:13
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I've touched absolutely nothing.



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You could probably get those errors down and quite a bit more speed (possibly even 17a) if you tidied up your wiring a bit.

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