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# 138453 5-Jan-2014 09:19
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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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  # 961416 5-Jan-2014 10:51
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No.

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  # 961467 5-Jan-2014 12:19
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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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  # 961481 5-Jan-2014 12:46
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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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  # 961531 5-Jan-2014 15:06
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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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