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  #1586424 5-Jul-2016 13:28
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Your Wish is my command ... cool

 


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  #1586425 5-Jul-2016 13:30
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Mhm, still not looking so pretty. noticable improvement on the specturm though.

 

 

 

The bug? in the firmware, that stops the upstream from showing on your spectrum is a pain. ild love to see a detailed shot at where thats all at! 





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  #1586427 5-Jul-2016 13:32
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hio77:

 

Mhm, still not looking so pretty. noticable improvement on the specturm though.

 

 

 

The bug? in the firmware, that stops the upstream from showing on your spectrum is a pain. ild love to see a detailed shot at where thats all at! 

 

 

 

 

Yes, I agree ... I tried toi get the ISP to replace the FBox, but no go ... it has the most upto-date firmware as well .. 


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  #1586429 5-Jul-2016 13:36
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bmentink:

 

hio77:

 

Mhm, still not looking so pretty. noticable improvement on the specturm though.

 

 

 

The bug? in the firmware, that stops the upstream from showing on your spectrum is a pain. ild love to see a detailed shot at where thats all at! 

 

 

 

 

Yes, I agree ... I tried toi get the ISP to replace the FBox, but no go ... it has the most upto-date firmware as well .. 

 

 

 

 

fritzos is known to sprout odd bugs like that.

 

 

 

hard to match without knowning what linecard your on, but if you can borrow a HG659 from someone, ild give that a shot, see if it syncs a little better for your line.

 

Theres a dlink out there that is well known to pull very impressive upstream results over other modems, but i cant recommend it. Its queuing is as useful as a potato. Make for a poor user experience.





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  #1586430 5-Jul-2016 13:39
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Does this show the linecard at the Cabinet ..?

 

 

 


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  #1586431 5-Jul-2016 13:42
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bmentink:

 

Does this show the linecard at the Cabinet ..?

 

 

 

 

ikanos linecard, broadcoms are generally better for longer lines (and shorter tbh.)

 

 

 

next to no chance of getting it swapped out though. my advice on modem selection is still the same given that.





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  #1586862 6-Jul-2016 06:19
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hio77:

 

Mhm, still not looking so pretty. noticable improvement on the specturm though.

 

 

 

The bug? in the firmware, that stops the upstream from showing on your spectrum is a pain. ild love to see a detailed shot at where thats all at! 

 

 

Try using IE/Edge, was the only way I could see the upstream on my connection also.


 
 
 
 


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  #1586865 6-Jul-2016 06:33
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Lally:

 

hio77:

 

Mhm, still not looking so pretty. noticable improvement on the specturm though.

 

 

 

The bug? in the firmware, that stops the upstream from showing on your spectrum is a pain. ild love to see a detailed shot at where thats all at! 

 

 

Try using IE/Edge, was the only way I could see the upstream on my connection also.

 

 

What is IE/Edge, and how/what do I set ...


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  #1586866 6-Jul-2016 06:38
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Internet Explorer 11 or Edge Internet Browser (if you are on Windows 10), just access your router info like you would in any other browser and the spectrum should show correctly.

 

 


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  #1586867 6-Jul-2016 06:52
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Lally:

 

Internet Explorer 11 or Edge Internet Browser (if you are on Windows 10), just access your router info like you would in any other browser and the spectrum should show correctly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

That would be difficult in my case, I don't use Windoze at all, all Linux/BSD in this place cool ... I use Chromium ... will try Firefox ..

 

 

 

EDIT: That was it .....

 


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  #1587163 6-Jul-2016 14:52
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Ah okay, power level on US0 is lower than adsl there. US1 isnt pretty, but distance is clearly playing a part there sadly.





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  #1604894 5-Aug-2016 11:01
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Went from a 7460 to a 7490 and got another jump in speed. Latency has come right down also, is this DLM1?

 

 

 

 

 


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  #1604898 5-Aug-2016 11:09
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Speed went from what to what?


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  #1605040 5-Aug-2016 14:14
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Yes your on DLM-1 there. Change in speed will be the different modem chipset.

 

 

 

Always a chance changing chipset changes DLM due to altering possible error rates.





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  #1605105 5-Aug-2016 16:47
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bmentink:

 

Speed went from what to what?

 

 

 

 

62/6 to 69/10


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