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  Reply # 2072787 13-Aug-2018 16:22
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Possibly related to G.INP?


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  Reply # 2090832 14-Sep-2018 18:00
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Hey so Vectoring did get enabled on my line but I think there may be a fault with it. Every now and then, the CRC errors spike wildly out of control - like 40k in the space of a minute. The line doesn't drop however but its impossible to do anything on the internet until I reboot the router. This wasn't happening prior to vectoring being enable and when the connection ended up in the half finished state with only G.INP turned on, the errors were basically 0 and it never seemed to fail like this.

 

 

 

Any chance one of you guys can check it out or should I contact spark faults?




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  Reply # 2090833 14-Sep-2018 18:04
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JOEJOEJOE:

 

Hey so Vectoring did get enabled on my line but I think there may be a fault with it. Every now and then, the CRC errors spike wildly out of control - like 40k in the space of a minute. The line doesn't drop however but its impossible to do anything on the internet until I reboot the router. This wasn't happening prior to vectoring being enable and when the connection ended up in the half finished state with only G.INP turned on, the errors were basically 0 and it never seemed to fail like this.

 

 

 

Any chance one of you guys can check it out or should I contact spark faults?

 

 

As this appears to have come up vectoring sepecifically related, Please DM me your details.

 

 

 

I'll have a squiize and see if anything sticks out.

 

call center won't do too well with your explanation as it's heavily complex, which probably isn't an ideal result!

 

 

 

I haven't had any other flags from locals on WAK/B so may be unique to your modem/line.





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  Reply # 2090846 14-Sep-2018 18:33
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hio77:


As this appears to have come up vectoring sepecifically related, Please DM me your details.


 


I'll have a squiize and see if anything sticks out.


call center won't do too well with your explanation as it's heavily complex, which probably isn't an ideal result!


 


I haven't had any other flags from locals on WAK/B so may be unique to your modem/line.



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  Reply # 2090897 14-Sep-2018 20:39
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BMarquis: Sing out if you need my help

Feel free to turn it on with my line to hopefully sort out my upstream. Or let me order fibre as the build was done outside my house a month ago. ;)







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  Reply # 2090931 14-Sep-2018 23:57
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BarTender:
BMarquis: Sing out if you need my help

Feel free to turn it on with my line to hopefully sort out my upstream. Or let me order fibre as the build was done outside my house a month ago. ;)

Vectoring will actually hurt your upstream more.

The power limit in us0 17a is pretty killer... I don't recall you even fully occupying that!




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  Reply # 2092932 19-Sep-2018 07:16
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Having some issue as of yesterday
After a couple months of stable VDSL syncs, now my Attainable is constantly changing every few seconds also affecting my actual but less often
The modem is not doing a full resync just adjusting Downstream rates

 

All this is affecting my surfing, took work laptop home to install office 365 but installer is timing out due to trying to get stuff online but unstable link I presume
Also websites are slow to begin to open, or also just sit there waiting
Speednet still reports full DL speeds how ever.

 

I rebooted the DV130 it had been up for 1200hours (this is at the road running of a 12v battery as shown elsewhere)
Making no difference.

 

Not sure if one of the new features of DSL are going haywire or a ISP (Unlimited Internet) issue

 

Below last nights syncs, and this mornings, note Upstream not changed so no full Resync to cabinet just constant adjustments

 

 


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  Reply # 2092938 19-Sep-2018 07:53
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freakngeek:

 

Having some issue as of yesterday
After a couple months of stable VDSL syncs, now my Attainable is constantly changing every few seconds also affecting my actual but less often
The modem is not doing a full resync just adjusting Downstream rates

 

All this is affecting my surfing, took work laptop home to install office 365 but installer is timing out due to trying to get stuff online but unstable link I presume
Also websites are slow to begin to open, or also just sit there waiting
Speednet still reports full DL speeds how ever.

 

I rebooted the DV130 it had been up for 1200hours (this is at the road running of a 12v battery as shown elsewhere)
Making no difference.

 

Not sure if one of the new features of DSL are going haywire or a ISP (Unlimited Internet) issue

 

Below last nights syncs, and this mornings, note Upstream not changed so no full Resync to cabinet just constant adjustments

 

 

First thing will be to install the latest firmware from earlier this year which includes fixes for vectoring if you are on a cabinet and have vectoring enabled on your line (your RSP can tell you this).

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2092963 19-Sep-2018 09:07
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Running latest FW for everything, been on 3.8.3 day it was released.
Vectoring got enabled on modem instant my Cabinet was due for change, months ago.
Modem has been rock steady on same Sync for close to 2 months, was showing 1200 hours uptime before I did the reboot
This unstable sync started to be noticeable last night when I got home, after boasting at work that Interweb was better at home :)
I'll see if I can get away from work earlier today to contact UI and see if they can see the sync moving about at their end
Got me beat.


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  Reply # 2093303 19-Sep-2018 16:48
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Grrrrr, the slow website access was due to ERL3 FW 1.10.6, which I installed last week, gone back to 1.9.7 hf4 and everything nice and zippy
Not had much luck with any 1.10.x or 2.0.x FW of late

 

But the Attainable rate is still changing every 5 secs or so
Actual speed is steady now, not changed, I'll keep a close eye on this
This has nothing to do with the ERL3 FW issue, but interesting to see it moving about so much all of a sudden
Not getting any errors at all, so not too concerned




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  Reply # 2093305 19-Sep-2018 16:51
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freakngeek:

 

Grrrrr, the slow website access was due to ERL3 FW 1.10.6, which I installed last week, gone back to 1.9.7 hf4 and everything nice and zippy
Not had much luck with any 1.10.x or 2.0.x FW of late

 

But the Attainable rate is still changing every 5 secs or so
Actual speed is steady now, not changed, I'll keep a close eye on this
This has nothing to do with the ERL3 FW issue, but interesting to see it moving about so much all of a sudden
Not getting any errors at all, so not too concerned

 

 

sounds to me like sra and vectoring doing it's thing tbh.

 

 

 

Glad to hear ERL was to blame for your browsing issues, it didn't sound related to vectoring at all.





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  Reply # 2093313 19-Sep-2018 17:16
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Both starting at same time, neither can be blamed on other

 

SRA or what ever must have started the other day as I got resynced not in the early hours but while at work




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  Reply # 2093467 19-Sep-2018 20:38
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i'd call my line pretty stable at this stage, months after vectoring has gone live and all the surrounding lines have settled in..

 

Still see a bit of movements.

 

 

 

actual:

 

 

 

 

Attainable

 

 

 

 

 





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