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# 261780 14-Dec-2019 20:34
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Hello wondering if someone can give me some information on my tone graph

 

 

 

I moved my modem to the mushroom to take out 280m of cabling  but it didn't seem to make much difference to my upload 


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  # 2375484 14-Dec-2019 20:44
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a tonne of errors on the US


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  # 2375487 14-Dec-2019 20:48
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Hi not looking good, can you please detail the cabling from etp to modem

Cyril

 
 
 
 


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  # 2375488 14-Dec-2019 20:49
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@hio77 did a similar thing IIRC. 26dB downstream attenuation looks to still be a pretty long line, so 280m may not have been much percentage wise.




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  # 2375489 14-Dec-2019 20:50
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its just a standard rj12 connector with stranded core  i need to make up a cat6 one 


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  # 2375490 14-Dec-2019 20:51
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cyril7:  please detail the cabling from etp to modem

 

madaz6: I moved my modem to the mushroom to take out 280m of cabling


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  # 2375491 14-Dec-2019 20:52
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But to the etp?

And what do you think is the distance to the exchaor cabinet

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  # 2375498 14-Dec-2019 20:53
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OK some history here...

 
 
 
 




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  # 2375500 14-Dec-2019 21:01
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i believe the distance to exchange is around 1100m 

 

and i decided to move it close just to try to get some more upload speed 


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  # 2375503 14-Dec-2019 21:15
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those missing bins in DS0 looks harsh..

 

 

 

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@hio77 did a similar thing IIRC. 26dB downstream attenuation looks to still be a pretty long line, so 280m may not have been much percentage wise.

 

 

i actually never finalized it. i laid all the runs, extended my network a ton but when i was doing the roadside ETP, a pretty decent WISP moved into the area.

 

 

 

My line was close on identical to OP's, it syncs 27/4 roadside. which is nice... but comparing that to 150/50 with more coming later easy choice.

 

Also alot easier maintenance wise, since i'm not always here.  

 

 

 

Hold up, is that screenshot at the mushroom? if so drop back to ADSL2+...





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  # 2375519 14-Dec-2019 21:43
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The adsl2+ was only synced at 14mb/s whereas this one synced at 21mb/s

 

i might see if i have some better quality rj11 leads around home or ill make up some at work  and see if that improves it 

 

Failing that might just have to push bank manager for the 130k for fibre to get done 😂


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  # 2375543 15-Dec-2019 00:59
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It’s all about the Error Free Throughput.
The gain of 7mbps from adsl to vdsl is not useful if it is destroying TCP due to retransmissions.

You’d need to do some detailed analysis to know which is better. Not handy for an end user, unfortunately, but as only as you get over 14mbps and close to 19mbps on actual speed tests, you’re OK on VDSL

Then there is the question of making it better....
Pretty unlikely on a 1.1km loop, sorry to say.
Any in home wiring improvements will probably help. But don’t set your expectations too high :)


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