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  Reply # 2100255 2-Oct-2018 18:57
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Ideally you want a direct line from the ETP to the modem jack. Any branches of wiring (even unused) will have negative effect, as you get reflections in the signal from the open ends. If have done that, then no splitter should be needed.


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  Reply # 2101297 4-Oct-2018 09:29
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bameron:

 

tech1234:

 

Thanks for that. One other question as regards this dynamic line management. Is this a process that begins after each time I reset the modem or is it a once only process. I have been resetting the modem many times over the past few 2 months as I've been sorting out the house wiring.

 

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Denis

 

 

If it's been as long as that, you likely won't need to worry about DLM.

 

 

 

 

Might be to much info but here goes,

 

DLM works by gathering information on every DSL port and afterward applying a parameter change.

 

Information is gathered two times every day; first downstream and Second in upstream.

 

 

 

This information is gathered and assessed against the DLM KPI policies.

 

DLM then makes a decision to optimise/stabilise the line and schedules this into the DLM switching window.

 

 

 

Every parameter is dealt with separately so the upstream and downstream

 

components are independent of one another.

 

^Mike


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  Reply # 2101303 4-Oct-2018 09:35
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I was about 30 metres from the termination point when I had VDSL.  I had a consistent 70Mbps down.  I can't recall exactly what the up was, maybe 10Mbps.  It was great for VDSL, though I did suffer from some corrosion issues several times.  The further away you are the less Mbps you can expect.  As mentioned here, 1KM is a LONG way in VDSL terms.


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