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  # 1345096 16-Jul-2015 01:00
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i got dmt tools to work on netcomm but it just didn't fit the graph properly with vdsl.  so i can't really recommend it.  haven't tried routerstat.  


eh, even on adsl DMT tools struggles. Routerstats looks far nicer.

if you can see the bitloading for US0(26.075 kHz to 137.825 kHz/ 6-31 bit tones.) even if in a table its pretty clear its 998.


yeh i have nothing in US0, it's actually at the beginning of linediag1

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  # 1345099 16-Jul-2015 01:39
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mercutio:
hio77:
mercutio:

i got dmt tools to work on netcomm but it just didn't fit the graph properly with vdsl.  so i can't really recommend it.  haven't tried routerstat.  


eh, even on adsl DMT tools struggles. Routerstats looks far nicer.

if you can see the bitloading for US0(26.075 kHz to 137.825 kHz/ 6-31 bit tones.) even if in a table its pretty clear its 998.


yeh i have nothing in US0, it's actually at the beginning of linediag1

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that looks like 997 quite clearly, your time will come soon.




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  # 1345109 16-Jul-2015 06:54
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Does routerstats work for the HUAWEI Home Gateway HG659?




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  # 1345115 16-Jul-2015 08:01
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Makes my 30/10 UFB look sick! But, still prefer glass to copper and I don't want to pay more to get higher speeds I don't really need.

Well done, lucky VDSL users.

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  # 1345129 16-Jul-2015 08:31
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linw: Makes my 30/10 UFB look sick! But, still prefer glass to copper and I don't want to pay more to get higher speeds I don't really need.

Well done, lucky VDSL users.


where is the glass?

How do i get that pretty graph from my NF8AC? pretty much the same UI as the NF4V

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  # 1345142 16-Jul-2015 09:00
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Errr, as opposed to metal!

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  # 1345157 16-Jul-2015 09:06
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linw: Errr, as opposed to metal!


its plastic isnt it?

 
 
 
 


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  # 1345168 16-Jul-2015 09:25
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hio77:
mercutio:
hio77:
mercutio:

i got dmt tools to work on netcomm but it just didn't fit the graph properly with vdsl.  so i can't really recommend it.  haven't tried routerstat.  


eh, even on adsl DMT tools struggles. Routerstats looks far nicer.

if you can see the bitloading for US0(26.075 kHz to 137.825 kHz/ 6-31 bit tones.) even if in a table its pretty clear its 998.


yeh i have nothing in US0, it's actually at the beginning of linediag1


that looks like 997 quite clearly, your time will come soon.


yeah i know i'm on 997, it was more to show how it strips off most of the frequencies.  Although you do get to see that SNR rises after the ADSL2+ band finishes.



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  # 1345265 16-Jul-2015 10:49
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linw: Errr, as opposed to metal!


its plastic isnt it?

According to Wikipedia they can be either.

 

Fiber material[edit]

 

There are two main types of material used for optical fibers. These are glass and plastic. They offer widely different characteristics and therefore fibers made from the two different substances find uses in very different applications.[14]

Dunno what ours is. No doubt someone here will know.

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DSLstats works on the Netcomm NF4V with the modem type set to various Huawei VDSL modems. Pulls the data out and graphs them nicely.

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  # 1345287 16-Jul-2015 11:11
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mentalinc: Does routerstats work for the HUAWEI Home Gateway HG659?


According to the site, it might....   

 

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  # 1345292 16-Jul-2015 11:14
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Lorenceo: DSLstats works on the Netcomm NF4V with the modem type set to various Huawei VDSL modems. Pulls the data out and graphs them nicely.


thanks

looks like im getting somethings out of it

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  # 1345312 16-Jul-2015 11:45
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something fishy is going on on my line the moment, still connected at 51/10 on DLM1 and 17a but yesterday the SNR was 12dB, and the Max obtainable speeds were 51/40

now today, my router hasn't restarted or reconnected, and its showing connected at 51/10 on DLM1 and 17a but the SNR is now 6.9dB and the Max obtainable speeds are 41/26 which is rather weird.



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  # 1345480 16-Jul-2015 14:01
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Ooh! Everyone's posting graphs. Feeling left out, so I'll post some too :) (These were kindly sent to me by Felix @ Bigpipe, after my original post here...)


BEFORE: 50mb down / 10Mb up


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AFTER: 65mb down / 27mb up

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  # 1345482 16-Jul-2015 14:06
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nice, do you have your current modem stats?

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