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Topic # 138453 5-Jan-2014 09:19 Send private message

Hi all, is it possible to have the 17a profile manually set for the VDSL line?


Hopefully my line stats are good enough and am approx. 100m from the cabinet.

Currently sync at 47.419 / 10.33 Mbps.



Since VDSL was activated I have remained on DLM1 and have no CRC errors.



Thanks.








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  Reply # 961416 5-Jan-2014 10:51 Send private message

No.

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  Reply # 961467 5-Jan-2014 12:19 Send private message

It's all up to the wizardry of DLM unfortunately. Our old line was about 150m from the cabinet and we were on DLM-1 with a 49mbit sync for about 5 months and after a re-sync were on 17a out of the blue.





 

 



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  Reply # 961481 5-Jan-2014 12:46 Send private message

don't worry too much you are already faster than ?80% of the country. one day your latency will drop ... but don't go looking out for it ... it will just happen

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  Reply # 961531 5-Jan-2014 15:06 Send private message

HowickDota: It's all up to the wizardry of DLM unfortunately. Our old line was about 150m from the cabinet and we were on DLM-1 with a 49mbit sync for about 5 months and after a re-sync were on 17a out of the blue.


Afaik, you can't request for chorus to put you on a particular profile. I happen to be on 17a, I've had speeds above 60Mbps

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