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#114816 4-Mar-2013 14:30
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Hi there,

I just checked my fritzbox and it seems like theirs a ton of errors?



Is this normal to have ?

Thanks

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  #774311 4-Mar-2013 14:41
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Yup, completely normal. That's actually fairly low.   EDIT: Though what DLM level are you on and what does your DSL tab look like?


This is mine as of right now and I've been running this for weeks with no ill effects:





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  #774312 4-Mar-2013 14:42
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sidefx: Yup, completely normal. That's actually fairly low. This is mine as of right now and I've been running this for weeks with no ill effects:



Alright thanks. What up/down do you have ?

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  #774313 4-Mar-2013 14:45
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This is my up\down\etc. I'm not all that close to my cabinet.  

What DLM level are you on? Your errors are really good for DLM1 but probably not too flash for DLM6 ;-)

EDIT: have a browse through the VDSL Performance tuning sticky - there are plenty more examples for you to compare against in there.





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  #774317 4-Mar-2013 14:49
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I have quite bad speeds, but I plan on removing a couple jackpoints wires from the main line and see if that lowers the attenuation.

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  #774319 4-Mar-2013 14:53
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  #774322 4-Mar-2013 14:54
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coffeebaron: Do you have a master filter installed?
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Nope, I don't. Still old copper cables, may consider upgrading to cat6 when I get a master filter installed.

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