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  # 663533 29-Jul-2012 11:11
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Yea or by changing your INP.

Your SNRM looks consistent.


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  # 663536 29-Jul-2012 11:27
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Oh, can you change INP via config hacking? Also, what would this achieve & what would the down-sides be?

 
 
 
 


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  # 663608 29-Jul-2012 14:23
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Good news everybody (said like Dr Farnsworth off Futurama, lol).

I modded my house wiring and gained around 4Mbps in sync speed and went from DLM-6 to DLM-2.




-JASON-



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  # 663628 29-Jul-2012 15:16
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Nice!! Looking good! Will be interesting to see your CRC errors over time.

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  # 663984 30-Jul-2012 14:05
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Sam, you can change the INP in the LineSettings tab.
if you move it towards stability i think it adds a max of 4 INP. Should lower your Errors due to lower bitrate.

Have not played with that setting much.



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  # 664014 30-Jul-2012 14:33
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Hmm, I guess that might restrict DLM, but that's a matter of debate at the moment I suppose...

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  # 664016 30-Jul-2012 14:37
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Yea, by the way any change in DLM profile yet?

 
 
 
 




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  # 664022 30-Jul-2012 14:50
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Nope, not a thing. Might try a resync tonight.

Any ideas how INP works?



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  # 664323 30-Jul-2012 23:46
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Well, I forced a resync tonight - total uptime 10 days 19hrs! I'm now on DLM-2 with bitswap on. So it looks like I should have been re-synced earlier but for whatever reason that didn't happen.

Anyway, that's some progress and one for the notes; if you think you're overdue for a DLM profile change, try a manual resync! :D


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  # 664338 31-Jul-2012 00:09
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Oh nice, Good to see that it works that way as well. I am coming up to the 7 days trigger tonight so will see if my profile changes back to DLM-1

By the way i have got a fair idea about how INP works but ill try and find a link somewhere with more info.

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  # 664589 31-Jul-2012 13:49
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No change this morning, still DLM-2

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  # 664807 31-Jul-2012 18:12
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Hey guys, here's two things that I find interesting:

In this shot you can see that the attainable throughput is higher than the max DSLAM throughput:


And there was an automatic resync at 4am, which now results in errors.  However the DLM settings appear not to have changed (from the pic above).



I may force a resync this evening, to see if the errors disappear again.  Perhaps the shift in SNR dB suggests something???

-JASON-

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  # 664926 31-Jul-2012 20:39
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You may have moved from DLM-4 to DLM-2. It seems you don't see the 1 INP value set on DLM-4.

Though this may be due to a specific firmware on the Fritzbox.


By the way don't worry about the errors to much, that is hardly anything and shouldn't affect throughput or packet loss.




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  # 665014 31-Jul-2012 22:15
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SKYMAX: Has your sync rate changed? I found that my errors increased significantly with only a 1mbit sync rate increase.

I was on DLM-4 until last night and it showed INP of 1.0. However, I am running firmware v99.05.22, so maybe that's the difference.

What I'd like to know is what error threshold DLM considers 'unstable'!

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  # 665106 1-Aug-2012 07:07
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You can compare my snapshot above with the 3rd post of this page.
The sync speed went up marginally.

-JASON-

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