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Topic # 126867 22-Jul-2013 17:36
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I just got my VDSL installed for 3 days. i just had a look at my VDSL connection info, its Line Attenuation(up/down) is like 43/18. SN margin is fine (11.8-12). is there a wiring problem? or my VDSL still adjusting itself? btw im living 600-800m from the exchange cabinet

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  Reply # 863760 22-Jul-2013 18:05
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What are the sync rates?

VDSL has high attenuation than ADSL




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  Reply # 863795 22-Jul-2013 19:10
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mentalinc: What are the sync rates?

VDSL has high attenuation than ADSL



Hello.
i think its still adjusting. yesterday the sync speed was about 9.500 / 25,000 kbps, and now its 10,352 / 26,267 kbps

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  Reply # 863800 22-Jul-2013 19:36
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Don't worry about attenuation when vdsl is connected. The values will be typically 3 or 4 times higher than they were with adsl.

If you're connected then its all fine and just wait for dlm to do its thing

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