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  # 1047101 17-May-2014 17:14
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stevehodge: My Fritz just stopped responding so I had to reboot it. Thus ends my epic connection. From the last push service email:
DSL Information     
    
Current throughput     70000 kbit/s (receive direction)     10360 kbit/s (send direction)
Line attenuation                 6 dB (receive direction)                6 dB (send direction)
Signal-to-noise ratio           7 dB (receive direction)              31 dB (send direction)
DSL version     1.68.19.17     
DSL status     active since 240:01:05:52


dropped in sync speed?




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  # 1047129 17-May-2014 18:07
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hio77:
stevehodge: My Fritz just stopped responding so I had to reboot it. Thus ends my epic connection. From the last push service email:
DSL Information     
    
Current throughput     70000 kbit/s (receive direction)     10360 kbit/s (send direction)
Line attenuation                 6 dB (receive direction)                6 dB (send direction)
Signal-to-noise ratio           7 dB (receive direction)              31 dB (send direction)
DSL version     1.68.19.17     
DSL status     active since 240:01:05:52


dropped in sync speed?

Nope but I was hoping to make a year in uptime. Still 240 days is not bad I guess.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1047169 17-May-2014 20:04
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im sure i would have got close but my ups battery died and we lost power for a few minutes and that was that

240 days is pretty damn good though

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  # 1048494 20-May-2014 03:19
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stevehodge: My Fritz just stopped responding so I had to reboot it. Thus ends my epic connection. From the last push service email:
DSL Information     
    
Current throughput     70000 kbit/s (receive direction)     10360 kbit/s (send direction)
Line attenuation                 6 dB (receive direction)                6 dB (send direction)
Signal-to-noise ratio           7 dB (receive direction)              31 dB (send direction)
DSL version     1.68.19.17     
DSL status     active since 240:01:05:52

Off topic: Did they make 7dB the new default SNR because I see the same SNR on my end, which was once at 12 and I haven't done any tweaking to it.

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  # 1048497 20-May-2014 04:09
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mikenzb:
stevehodge: My Fritz just stopped responding so I had to reboot it. Thus ends my epic connection. From the last push service email:
DSL Information     
    
Current throughput     70000 kbit/s (receive direction)     10360 kbit/s (send direction)
Line attenuation                 6 dB (receive direction)                6 dB (send direction)
Signal-to-noise ratio           7 dB (receive direction)              31 dB (send direction)
DSL version     1.68.19.17     
DSL status     active since 240:01:05:52

Off topic: Did they make 7dB the new default SNR because I see the same SNR on my end, which was once at 12 and I haven't done any tweaking to it.


not that i know of.. might drop my sync and give it a try..


in othernews, how my lines looking... thought ild just leave it up, and see how long it takes to drop to DLM-1 again..

 

put simply, f^ck you DLM, it was one stormy night! ending in a month of DLM-2!




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  # 1048681 20-May-2014 11:26
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mikenzb:
stevehodge: My Fritz just stopped responding so I had to reboot it. Thus ends my epic connection. From the last push service email:
DSL Information     
    
Current throughput     70000 kbit/s (receive direction)     10360 kbit/s (send direction)
Line attenuation                 6 dB (receive direction)                6 dB (send direction)
Signal-to-noise ratio           7 dB (receive direction)              31 dB (send direction)
DSL version     1.68.19.17     
DSL status     active since 240:01:05:52

Off topic: Did they make 7dB the new default SNR because I see the same SNR on my end, which was once at 12 and I haven't done any tweaking to it.


Mine's tweaked. It used to be 12-13db.

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  # 1050195 21-May-2014 04:15
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hio77:
mikenzb:
stevehodge: My Fritz just stopped responding so I had to reboot it. Thus ends my epic connection. From the last push service email:
DSL Information     
    
Current throughput     70000 kbit/s (receive direction)     10360 kbit/s (send direction)
Line attenuation                 6 dB (receive direction)                6 dB (send direction)
Signal-to-noise ratio           7 dB (receive direction)              31 dB (send direction)
DSL version     1.68.19.17     
DSL status     active since 240:01:05:52

Off topic: Did they make 7dB the new default SNR because I see the same SNR on my end, which was once at 12 and I haven't done any tweaking to it.


not that i know of.. might drop my sync and give it a try..


in othernews, how my lines looking... thought ild just leave it up, and see how long it takes to drop to DLM-1 again..

 

put simply, f^ck you DLM, it was one stormy night! ending in a month of DLM-2!






it took a month, but im finally there. give it a few more days, and ill be sticking my SNR tweak back in there!




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  # 1050807 22-May-2014 04:24
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Hmm.. Well this is odd... Im not sure what happened here. Im guessing a bad sync... or it couldve been the weather last night.
Seem to have of dropped 7mbps and now I'm back to 56mbps.

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  # 1050808 22-May-2014 04:25
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mikenzb: Hmm.. Well this is odd... Im not sure what happened here. Im guessing a bad sync... or it couldve been the weather last night.
Seem to have of dropped 7mbps and now I'm back to 56mbps.


looks like your snr increased and killed it..




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  # 1050809 22-May-2014 04:38
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Well normally I would sync at 60mbps+ even without SNR tweaking (still don't know how I got that 7 SNR), I'll try to resync tomorrow and see how it goes.

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  # 1050810 22-May-2014 05:35
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seems live everyone who was was on 17a and has had a resync (UPS died) recently has dropped about 7-8mbps, i went from 62 down to 54

the only thing i can see that changed was my downstream margin which went from 7.6dB (on 62) to 11.9dB (on 54.

Will see if it has anything to not being on the UPS when i get the new battery in and get reconnected with the modem powered from the UPS


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Jase2985: seems live everyone who was was on 17a and has had a resync (UPS died) recently has dropped about 7-8mbps, i went from 62 down to 54

the only thing i can see that changed was my downstream margin which went from 7.6dB (on 62) to 11.9dB (on 54.

Will see if it has anything to not being on the UPS when i get the new battery in and get reconnected with the modem powered from the UPS



my 17a base speeds have not dropped.




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  # 1050814 22-May-2014 06:21
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@Hio & Jase,  What areas are you guys at? I'm still thinking it might have been the bad weather. 

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mikenzb: @Hio & Jase,  What areas are you guys at? I'm still thinking it might have been the bad weather. 


New lynn/titirangi


probably was bad weather, thats what made me loose my DLM-1 :c




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  # 1050942 22-May-2014 11:17
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Jase2985: seems live everyone who was was on 17a and has had a resync (UPS died) recently has dropped about 7-8mbps, i went from 62 down to 54

the only thing i can see that changed was my downstream margin which went from 7.6dB (on 62) to 11.9dB (on 54.

Will see if it has anything to not being on the UPS when i get the new battery in and get reconnected with the modem powered from the UPS

7-8 Mbps seems about right for a drop in margin of 4.3dB.

hio77:
my 17a base speeds have not dropped.


Same here. My SNRM target is tweaked but there wasn't enough headroom to stay on 70 Mbps if there was a significant drop in base speeds.

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