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  # 894225 11-Sep-2013 13:02
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Sorry, deleted my post. Silly me, I put in the same firmware... should've checked the filename not what was written on the website..
Anyway, found the fritz os 5.22 firmware, resynced and have gone from DLM-4 to DLM-2





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  # 894229 11-Sep-2013 13:04
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HowickDota: Sorry, deleted my post. Silly me, I put in the same firmware... should've checked the filename not what was written on the website..
Anyway, found the fritz os 5.22 firmware, resynced and have gone from DLM-4 to DLM-2


a DLM move purely on a firmware move? a tad odd wouldnt you say?

sure you arent seeing this? *9 Note that on the Fritz, this may show as INP: 0 rather than 1.  This appears to be a bug in the firmware




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  # 894230 11-Sep-2013 13:05
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Note that on the Fritz, this may show as INP: 0 rather than 1. This appears to be a bug in the firmware

This is definitely it.






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  # 894231 11-Sep-2013 13:09
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HowickDota: Note that on the Fritz, this may show as INP: 0 rather than 1. This appears to be a bug in the firmware

This is definitely it.



makes a bit more sense then! 

i actually hadn't looked to see if the INP bug existed on this firmware..  




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  # 894496 11-Sep-2013 21:55
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And just like that I've gone from 41 -> 32mbit

VDSL can be lovely and infuriating at the same time

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  # 894512 11-Sep-2013 22:42
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JamesL: And just like that I've gone from 41 -> 32mbit

VDSL can be lovely and infuriating at the same time


indeed it can..

very temperamental ontop of that.. 




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  # 894599 12-Sep-2013 08:57
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It was caused by a brown out, however no other devices switched off :|

I'm still on DLM1, I suspect that when I synced at 41mbit I was on a lower SNR. I might have to invest in a modem that can easily SNR tweak as 9mbit drop is pretty significant :/

 
 
 
 


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HowickDota: Sorry, deleted my post. Silly me, I put in the same firmware... should've checked the filename not what was written on the website..
Anyway, found the fritz os 5.22 firmware, resynced and have gone from DLM-4 to DLM-2


@HowickDota: where did you download your 5.22 firmware from?
I've trolled through google and can't find any. 

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boykunk:
HowickDota: Sorry, deleted my post. Silly me, I put in the same firmware... should've checked the filename not what was written on the website..
Anyway, found the fritz os 5.22 firmware, resynced and have gone from DLM-4 to DLM-2


@HowickDota: where did you download your 5.22 firmware from?
I've trolled through google and can't find any. 


ftp://service.avm.de/Downgrade 

find your model, and follow the tree.. eg, the 7390..

ftp://service.avm.de/Downgrade/FRITZ!Box%20Fon%20WLAN%207390/english/




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hio77:
boykunk:
HowickDota: Sorry, deleted my post. Silly me, I put in the same firmware... should've checked the filename not what was written on the website..
Anyway, found the fritz os 5.22 firmware, resynced and have gone from DLM-4 to DLM-2


@HowickDota: where did you download your 5.22 firmware from?
I've trolled through google and can't find any. 


ftp://ftp.avm.de/fritz.box 

find your model, and follow the tree.. eg, the 7390..

ftp://ftp.avm.de/fritz.box/fritzbox.fon_wlan_7390/firmware/english/


That only has the .51 firmware as far as I can see.

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stevehodge:
hio77:
boykunk:
HowickDota: Sorry, deleted my post. Silly me, I put in the same firmware... should've checked the filename not what was written on the website..
Anyway, found the fritz os 5.22 firmware, resynced and have gone from DLM-4 to DLM-2


@HowickDota: where did you download your 5.22 firmware from?
I've trolled through google and can't find any. 


ftp://ftp.avm.de/fritz.box 

find your model, and follow the tree.. eg, the 7390..

ftp://ftp.avm.de/fritz.box/fritzbox.fon_wlan_7390/firmware/english/


That only has the .51 firmware as far as I can see.


yep, wrong ftp server accidently .. corrected links.

ftp://service.avm.de/Downgrade




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hio77:
stevehodge:
hio77:
boykunk:
HowickDota: Sorry, deleted my post. Silly me, I put in the same firmware... should've checked the filename not what was written on the website..
Anyway, found the fritz os 5.22 firmware, resynced and have gone from DLM-4 to DLM-2


@HowickDota: where did you download your 5.22 firmware from?
I've trolled through google and can't find any. 


ftp://ftp.avm.de/fritz.box 

find your model, and follow the tree.. eg, the 7390..

ftp://ftp.avm.de/fritz.box/fritzbox.fon_wlan_7390/firmware/english/


That only has the .51 firmware as far as I can see.


yep, wrong ftp server accidently .. corrected links.

ftp://service.avm.de/Downgrade



Thank you. 

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  # 898774 19-Sep-2013 22:40
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Disappointed. I am either 55m from one cabinet, or 300m from the other.
Cat6 to demarc, straight into router.






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Hmm, something's not right there mate! Attenuation is way too high and your spectrum is looking pretty bad! Might pay to talk with snap about that!

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  # 898777 19-Sep-2013 22:57
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looks to me like heavy cross talk at the adsl levels.. the RFI aint pretty..

your attention is indeed WAY off.


current place is about 380M IIRC, it has 8db at vdsl frequency.. your getting 26.. thats bound to put you above the 10.8db mark even.. i suspect your going off a cabinet far more further away or have some sort of line issue there..


if telnet is open on your box, you could request the electrical distance, see what its looking at to get a bit of an idea..




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