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Topic # 192114 27-Feb-2016 17:23
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Hi All,

 

Can anyone shed any light on this? My router is showing two connection speeds. I understand that on a EUBA connection the ISP can deliver real time applications, is that what the path1 is for? If that is the case, any idea if I can get that disabled, and have the second path changed for additional speed? Netcomm NF4V is the router, this is a business connection if that makes any difference.

 

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Connection speed Path0 shows my actual connection: 14 meg down, 1 up then Path1 shows 8meg down and almost 1 up.

 

Thanks


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  Reply # 1500461 27-Feb-2016 17:34
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Path 0 is supposed to indicate fast path (i.e. no interleave) while Path 1 is interleave.

 

 

Afaik only one is active at a time you won't be getting both the sum of the bandwidth.

 

I would put it down to perhaps a bug in the web page output.

 

 

EUBA CoS queuing for real time applications won't have anything to do with it as that operates independently and is not related to the xDSL physical layer.

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