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  Reply # 1756415 4-Apr-2017 16:13
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Hi Guys,

 

 

 

I am struggling with very low uplink speeds evenb though I have done all I can with the internal wiring .. 

 

I am getting good downloads at 23Mbs but only 0.66Mbs up .. see Spectrum below:

 

 

 

Spectrum

 

 

 

Anyone have any suggestions? I am using the latest 6.83 OS On my Fritzbox7490 ....

 

 


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  Reply # 1756419 4-Apr-2017 16:20
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Looking at your line there, It is probably better off on ADSL2 TBH.

 

 

 

Your line looks clean, so clearly line has had its work done.

 

What are the line stats looking like?





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  Reply # 1756424 4-Apr-2017 16:25
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What do you mean by statistics? DO you mean the signal-noise stats on the DSL section?

 

 


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  Reply # 1756426 4-Apr-2017 16:28
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bmentink:

 

What do you mean by statistics? DO you mean the signal-noise stats on the DSL section?

 

 

 

 

That's the one.





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  Reply # 1756429 4-Apr-2017 16:34
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Well signal to noise is sitting around 9db down/ 9db up, unrecoverable errors sitting at 2, no sync errors ..


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  Reply # 1756430 4-Apr-2017 16:35
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bmentink:

 

Well signal to noise is sitting around 8db down/ 7db up, unrecoverable errors sitting at 2, no sync errors ..

 

 

screenshot please.





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  Reply # 1756437 4-Apr-2017 16:37
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Here you go:

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1756442 4-Apr-2017 16:42
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no he means screen shot of all the stats, they are usually all on one page in text

 

attentation, snr etc etc


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  Reply # 1756443 4-Apr-2017 16:47
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Ok, here it is:

 

Stats2


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  Reply # 1756453 4-Apr-2017 17:25
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 Attenuation would imply a bridgetap is present, might wanna check wiring again.

 

 





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  Reply # 1756457 4-Apr-2017 17:39
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Or hangs off a multiple :(

 

 





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  Reply # 1756459 4-Apr-2017 17:39
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coffeebaron:

 

Or hangs off a multiple :(

 

 

 

 

kinda hoping that isn't the case though!





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  Reply # 1756512 4-Apr-2017 19:12
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Nope,  the modem is connected directly to demarcation point on the house.

 

I am 1.5km from Cabinet though in a rural location ...

 

I wonder if I should get a modem more suitable for long distance ... I know of several that are better than the Fritz

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1756541 4-Apr-2017 19:27
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bmentink:

 

Nope,  the modem is connected directly to demarcation point on the house.

 

I am 1.5km from Cabinet though in a rural location ...

 

I wonder if I should get a modem more suitable for long distance ... I know of several that are better than the Fritz

 

 

 

Mmmmm. 1.5 Km from cabinet. The longest distance that Chorus would fit VDSL2 is 1.2Km. You are just too far from a cabinet. Don't think any modem is going to help much with that kind of distance.

 

Hio77 is right. At that sort of distance, you are probably better off with ADSL2 unless you can get fibre ...


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Mmmmm. 1.5 Km from cabinet. The longest distance that Chorus would fit VDSL2 is 1.2Km. You are just too far from a cabinet. Don't think any modem is going to help much with that kind of distance.

 

Hio77 is right. At that sort of distance, you are probably better off with ADSL2 unless you can get fibre ...

 

 

 

 

That's about the same as me; I got a decently faster downlink speed by switching to VDSL than ADSL2. I also shopped around for a modem with a Broadcom chipset (I have a Netcomm) which was a couple of Mbps faster than the Fritzbox.





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