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Master Geek

#114551 23-Feb-2013 09:49
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A few days a go my sync rate went up to 46Mb/s and SNR dropped to 10dB and errors have also gone up quite a bit.  I am hoping that I will also get put on 17a because it seemed like it was a similar pattern to to Steve in the VDSL tuning thread who got magically put on it.

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Uber Geek


  #768158 23-Feb-2013 13:30
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what is your spectrum graph looking like?

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Master Geek

  #768200 23-Feb-2013 15:48
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Here is the graph.


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  #768243 23-Feb-2013 18:26
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Got a 'before' shot of that? It doesn't look like it's using any of the 17a carriers at the moment, but maybe it's increased the speed a bit?

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Master Geek

  #768248 23-Feb-2013 18:43
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Yes not yet as I said maybe I will get a 17a profile soon.

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  #768285 23-Feb-2013 20:31
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Has anyone managed a 17a profile without the port being hard set to 17a ???.

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  #768307 23-Feb-2013 21:12
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We think stevehodge may have in the VDSL tuning thread - he suddenly ended up on 17a without requesting it after a long time on 8b. 

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  #774253 4-Mar-2013 12:57
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NZFINEST: Has anyone managed a 17a profile without the port being hard set to 17a ???.

I've been on 17a for a month. I didn't request it and the timing of the switch over makes me think it wasn't manually set up (5:30am on a Saturday morning).

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