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JUPITER2K

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#20716 3-Apr-2008 20:13
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Line Mode     G.DMT      Line State     Show Time  
Latency Type     Interleave      Line Up Time     00:02:14:11
Line Coding     Trellis On      Line Up Count     1

Statistics     Downstream     Upstream
Line Rate     4480 Kbps     896 Kbps
Attainable Line Rate     4960 Kbps     1160 Kbps
Noise Margin     13.9 dB     15.0 dB
Line Attenuation     38.0 dB     18.0 dB

Using Dynalink RTA1025W modem.

Is the download speed ok wiht Line Attenuation = 38.0 dB ? or too low !

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  #120859 3-Apr-2008 20:37
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Both the attenuation and S/N indicate an attainable rate more like 6-7Mb/s should be possible.  Because the S/N is not too bad I suggest you look at possible stub issues, ie lengths of unterminated cable either in your local loop of your premise wiring that could be causing issues.

Have you tired disconnecting all house wiring as close as possible to the demarc and seeing what speeds you get there.

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  #120896 3-Apr-2008 21:45
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Actually I just ditched IHUG and switch over to Xnet and thought it's Xnet network issue?

With Ihug I get around ~6500 down stream. They have yet to contact me regarding my ADSL activation which they said they would.
I just use it since my modem have the dsl activaton light on. I will definitely ask them when my contract arrive via snail mail.
I don't even know what my account number is? Strangely the sale person should have given it to me when I signed on!

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  #120899 3-Apr-2008 21:54
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Anything related to the speed of the connection between your place and your local  exchange/cabinet is a Telecom issue, not one related to your ISP. Any speed restriction they (ISP) place is well back in the system, however the sync speed is purely related to your line and your potential to the network regardless of your ISP.

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  #120960 4-Apr-2008 07:53
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  They have yet to contact me regarding my ADSL activation which they said they would.


Dont hold your breath - Ihug is useless for letting you know whats happening - EVEN when they say they will!

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