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Topic # 143889 30-Apr-2014 17:18
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The chorus map says my mum should be in a 10mbps zone. But, I understand this is just a guide and not definitive (assuming good internal wiring) . 

These are the modem stats....

Line Mode ADSL2+ Line State Show Time
Line Power State L0 Line Up Time 00:00:04:29
Line Coding Trellis On Line Up Count 1
Statistics            Downstream Upstream
Line Rate            7903 Kbps    1112 Kbps
Noise Margin       12.8 dB        12.7 dB
Line Attenuation  34.5 dB        13.8 dB
Output Power      0.0 dBm       12.8 dBm


Does the line rate look about right for this attenuation/SNR?   (no adsl master splitter, 2 jackpoints, one with a adsl filter, other is unplugged). 

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Looks fine.

Upstream looks good. Downstream is a little strange. Might have a fault. Otherwise is about right for a1-2KM line.







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  Reply # 1034166 30-Apr-2014 17:55
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TimA: Looks fine.

Upstream looks good. Downstream is a little strange. Might have a fault. Otherwise is about right for a1-2KM line.



Great, thanks for this. 

She recently had an electrician install a second jackpoint and he never explained master splitters to her.  Would have been nice to install one now there are multiple jackpoints. 


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