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  # 1436382 27-Nov-2015 22:23
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hio77:
Be4stElectrjc: I don't understand the second phrase.

My ISP limits the upload to 10.


Okay, lets take a step back here...

Who is your isp?

Fastweb.

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  # 1436383 27-Nov-2015 22:24
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your isp may limit the upload but you will only see that in a speed test, the modem will still show a higher limit, which should be either 30 or 50 mbps on the upload

change the performance setting back to normal

 
 
 
 


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  # 1436384 27-Nov-2015 22:25
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Jase2985: your isp may limit the upload but you will only see that in a speed test, the modem will still show a higher limit, which should be either 30 or 50 mbps on the upload

change the performance setting back to normal


With the forecast of fritz's normal settings 60mbit. It's odd. 

Immagine

Technicolor gold era speed test, with 4,9 of snr(bit risky).

What's a big difference.

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  # 1436385 27-Nov-2015 22:26
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Okay... now things ALL make sense.

We arent talking about a Chorus connection here, Not even a NZ connection...




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  # 1436387 27-Nov-2015 22:27
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lol why not make that clear in the first post?

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  # 1436389 27-Nov-2015 22:28
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@hio77 have you heard of any modems not connecting after the upgrade? and how do you know if a device will support 998?

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  # 1436391 27-Nov-2015 22:29
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Jase2985: lol why not make that clear in the first post?

998.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1436393 27-Nov-2015 22:30
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Be4stElectrjc:
Jase2985: lol why not make that clear in the first post?

998.


no that you were from italy

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  # 1436394 27-Nov-2015 22:31
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Jase2985:
Be4stElectrjc:
Jase2985: lol why not make that clear in the first post?

998.


no that you were from italy


We have odd connections here:)

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  # 1436395 27-Nov-2015 22:32
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Jase2985: @hio77 have you heard of any modems not connecting after the upgrade? and how do you know if a device will support 998?


Your comments have been the only mention of it.

its much like @richms and his mysterious SRA on his line ;)


ild file a fault, and i was getting back to your post... once i got over the horrible wording in my previous post! 




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  # 1436397 27-Nov-2015 22:34
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haha, i might pop over the road tomorrow and try my device

@Be4stElectrjc i dont think we can make too many comments on your connection as we have very little understanding on how things are setup there in italy, now we know you are from there :)

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  # 1436398 27-Nov-2015 22:35
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Jase2985: haha, i might pop over the road tomorrow and try my device

@Be4stElectrjc i dont think we can make too many comments on your connection as we have very little understanding on how things are setup there in italy, now we know you are from there :)


Thanks for the help.

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  # 1436400 27-Nov-2015 22:37
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hio77:
Jase2985: @hio77 have you heard of any modems not connecting after the upgrade? and how do you know if a device will support 998?


Your comments have been the only mention of it.

its much like @richms and his mysterious SRA on his line ;)


ild file a fault, and i was getting back to your post... once i got over the horrible wording in my previous post! 


I think the resync counter is just really slow to update, since I had a look later on and it showed 2 for resyncs but had the same speeds as before. I would consider the times its synced at ADSL speeds to be a failure however.




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  # 1436404 27-Nov-2015 22:43
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hio77:
Jase2985: @hio77 have you heard of any modems not connecting after the upgrade? and how do you know if a device will support 998?


Your comments have been the only mention of it.

its much like @richms and his mysterious SRA on his line ;)


ild file a fault, and i was getting back to your post... once i got over the horrible wording in my previous post! 


I think the resync counter is just really slow to update, since I had a look later on and it showed 2 for resyncs but had the same speeds as before. I would consider the times its synced at ADSL speeds to be a failure however.


Ah well that makes sense.


Be4stElectrjc:
Jase2985: haha, i might pop over the road tomorrow and try my device

@Be4stElectrjc i dont think we can make too many comments on your connection as we have very little understanding on how things are setup there in italy, now we know you are from there :)


Thanks for the help.


Think its just important to know when talking about your line that we are looking at a non nz line, otherwise its simple things like whats up with your profile that we jump to.


Matching Broadcom linecards with Broadcom chipsets is the best way to squeeze your speeds out, On the firtzbox you do have the capability to SNR tweak. How that affects your providers use of DLM we cant really account for though so i would advice against it.

Go back to basics, look at things like wiring. a straight Cat5e link from the ETP to your modem will count out any Reflections caused by multiple jackpoints on your line for example.





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  # 1436948 28-Nov-2015 16:33
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SamF: @stevehodge:  That 86mbit attainable looks pretty sweet!


Yep, but I think because the cabinet is Ikanos I'm stuck at 70 max, right?

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