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Topic # 115760 5-Apr-2013 16:40
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I am going to UFB soon so I was just looking at my ADSL2+ stats.  From what I searched here and on google - the SNR Margin is very good, the attentuation is good for 22 upstream but is the downstream ok at 105?  Much thanks.

Downstream Upstream
SNR margin - 107 127
Atentuation - 105 22
Output power 0 126
Attainable rate 20096 1096
                  

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  Reply # 793974 5-Apr-2013 16:48
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Those are excellent stats.

SNR is basically meaningless, it's a target set by the DSLAM before it steps up speed, you can ask your ISP to make it lower which will increase your speed provided the line is stable.

105 would mean 10.5dB that's some low attenuation.  Backed up by 20Mbit speeds.

This almost as fast as ADSL2+ gets, so enjoy!

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  Reply # 793978 5-Apr-2013 16:54
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Your line stats for ADSL2+ have no relation to UFB.
You get all new cabling (fiber) installed.

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  Reply # 793979 5-Apr-2013 16:56
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Nah ... I was just looking at my stats before I leave ADSL ... just wanted to see how they stack up for the years been. Thanks - the decimal place, I thought the attentuation was 100.00 and 22.00.

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Might want to do some "speed tests" and pings about the place to see how they change as well.




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  Reply # 793987 5-Apr-2013 17:21
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rayonline: Nah ... I was just looking at my stats before I leave ADSL ... just wanted to see how they stack up for the years been. Thanks - the decimal place, I thought the attentuation was 100.00 and 22.00.


Some devices use 0.1dB increments hence the different scale.

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