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  Reply # 108594 5-Feb-2008 07:04
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Hi Ross,

I'm using v1.00.08. In DMT I had to enable the special login flag and in the Misc Options I have the special login
URL set to /setup.cgi?todo=debug and the alternative adslctll tool path set to bin/adslctl2.

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  Reply # 109005 7-Feb-2008 04:17
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Sweet, turning the noise margin down to the lowest has taken a 3.2 meg connection to a 4050k one. Also this gives me a resync button so when I get the mystery low upstream speed I can just click it and renegotiate it without a reboot (but _damn_ adsl2+ takes a long time training compared with adsl 1)




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  Reply # 109457 9-Feb-2008 12:07
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  Reply # 109577 10-Feb-2008 01:00
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Here is before turning the noisemargin to minimum.

dmt-before

and here is after

dmt-after

Well worth it IMO, and download speeds are higher as a result. I turned on the SRA option because it sounds good, no idea if it helps or not however ;) - it seems that its higer both before and after changing the noise margin at night time.




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