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  # 1416310 29-Oct-2015 18:53
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does anyone know how to see the dslam highest speed cap on broadcom modem? 
(to determine 70/30 cabinet vs 100/50)



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  # 1416333 29-Oct-2015 19:08
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Fritzboxes show it.



Theres an example line from other thread.




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  # 1416342 29-Oct-2015 19:13
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hio77: Fritzboxes show it.


They're not broadcom :)


Theres an example line from other thread.


For Fritzbox or Broadcom?  

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  # 1416344 29-Oct-2015 19:18
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Totally missread the question! nevermind.




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  # 1416346 29-Oct-2015 19:23
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@seatil and @cruxis

I would love to see both your DSL Overview tabs to compare!




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  # 1416383 29-Oct-2015 19:44
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Got quite the surprise today... Waltham, Christchurch. 77/13 on a 8b profile....



Have also seen a few in the Bromley area standing up at around 60-ish.

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  # 1416387 29-Oct-2015 19:46
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My instant response to that is WTF.

77 over 8b on a 12dB snr? on 998...


Looks like a rather odd profile is at play there with the 6/1ms latencys too.


Do have to double check there, Is that on Chorus gear?




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  # 1416392 29-Oct-2015 19:51
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We just go through a wholesaler so I don't have access to Chorus tools myself but will get them to do some research in to it and report back. To be honest I didn't actually try a speedtest to confirm it wasn't just the router reporting false info. Here is the front stats that shows profile...



Do have to double check there, Is that on Chorus gear?


Yes most certainly a Chorus connection.

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  # 1416394 29-Oct-2015 19:54
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That link seems to be 403ing.

But so that is over chorus gear, That is really interesting to see.


I would pick its a likely broadcom linecard, based off a few assumptions but Would really love to see the spectrum if you have the tool handy to display that!




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i think if you telnet in to the netcomm you should be able to get the DSLAM/MSAN type out of the settings

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Jase2985: i think if you telnet in to the netcomm you should be able to get the DSLAM/MSAN type out of the settings

xdslctl info --vendor


ok that's interesting, one of my dsl connections says "chipset vendor id: ikns:0x0001" and the other says "chipset vendor id: bdcm:0xa3f5".  maybe that explains the difference between the two connections.  the broadcom seems to be the better of the two, but the ikns one has slightly lower ping when no interleaving on either.

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mercutio:
Jase2985: i think if you telnet in to the netcomm you should be able to get the DSLAM/MSAN type out of the settings

xdslctl info --vendor


ok that's interesting, one of my dsl connections says "chipset vendor id: ikns:0x0001" and the other says "chipset vendor id: bdcm:0xa3f5".  maybe that explains the difference between the two connections.



Exchange fed lines by chance?




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  # 1416400 29-Oct-2015 20:01
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:)

could be, im on ikns too, which is think is not the one you want to be on if you have 17a :(

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  # 1416401 29-Oct-2015 20:01
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hio77:
mercutio:
Jase2985: i think if you telnet in to the netcomm you should be able to get the DSLAM/MSAN type out of the settings

xdslctl info --vendor


ok that's interesting, one of my dsl connections says "chipset vendor id: ikns:0x0001" and the other says "chipset vendor id: bdcm:0xa3f5".  maybe that explains the difference between the two connections.



Exchange fed lines by chance?


nope, cabinet.


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  # 1416402 29-Oct-2015 20:02
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Jase2985: :)

could be, im on ikns too, which is think is not the one you want to be on if you have 17a :(


it sounded like you can get more than 70 megabit on broadcom even with 8b - so i think broadcom is what you want to be on in general :)



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