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Topic # 95592 9-Jan-2012 04:23 Send private message

EDIT:  By the way, if you see this Maverick, can you also ensure that my interleaving is still turned off on my Account: 2188105 - thanks Cool

Hi All,

Saw a post in the TelstraClear forum regarding line speeds, and came across mention of the DMT Sync Tool.

Here's my results from using it:

Before:


After:


I guess what I want to know, is are these typical speeds for the Xnet Fusion service?  Still seems a little 'light', and perhaps some indication of limiting(?) looking at the attainable Line Rates?



Cheers,

Acropoli

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  Reply # 566357 9-Jan-2012 07:56 Send private message

Hi, actually 8-9Mb/s on 35dB is about par for course, dont know what the house wiring is like but if its several micro filters then putting a central filter on might pick a meg or two up without compromising stability (ie pulling noise margin to 7dB).

Cyril



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  Reply # 567659 11-Jan-2012 23:51 Send private message

Thanks for the input Cyril7.

The house has zero filters, being Naked DSL/Fusion but I do remember a tech ripping out a little black box (rectangle) which was connected to one of the jackpoints. Not sure what it was.

 

 



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  Reply # 567695 12-Jan-2012 07:37 Send private message

Hi, that will be the master filter, but thats fine if there is just the one jack, if its a single jack and naked then its ok to have no filter.

Cyril

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