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# 181272 8-Oct-2015 16:26
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This is what I have been used to:


And this is what I am seeing now.


To me it seems like they have reduced the available speed on VDSL. I have seen speeds of well over 40 Mbit/s before, and now can't get over 35 Mbit/s

Or is it just a matter of more noise and less quality on the line than what I have been used to?





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  # 1402540 8-Oct-2015 16:32
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no your line speed has nothing to do with your ISP, its down to DLM (dynamic line management) which is managed by chorus, but its an automatic process.

its likely more noise on your line thats the cause

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  # 1402544 8-Oct-2015 16:38
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Refer to your latency and attenuation. Your DLM profile has changed.

You have been around long enough to know?


 
 
 
 


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  # 1402546 8-Oct-2015 16:40
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im not sure how you have different stats on the same page of the modem? or is it a different modem from the first to the second picture



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  # 1402548 8-Oct-2015 16:41
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TimA: Refer to your latency and attenuation. Your DLM profile has changed.

You have been around long enough to know?


Apparently not.




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  # 1402549 8-Oct-2015 16:41
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Jase2985: im not sure how you have different stats on the same page of the modem? or is it a different modem from the first to the second picture



Firmware update would have done that.



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  # 1402550 8-Oct-2015 16:43
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Jase2985: im not sure how you have different stats on the same page of the modem? or is it a different modem from the first to the second picture

 
First one is probably a Fritzbox 7340, stats from 2013. The second one is a 7390. So yes, different modems.

But change in speed has happened fairly recently.




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  # 1402552 8-Oct-2015 16:46
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jarledb:
Jase2985: im not sure how you have different stats on the same page of the modem? or is it a different modem from the first to the second picture

 
First one is probably a Fritzbox 7340, stats from 2013. The second one is a 7390. So yes, different modems.

But change in speed has happened fairly recently.



Hmmm..
Your an old timer tho, seen many ages, Seen over 2000 my VDSL is slower than yesterdays threads?

Anyhow - Refer to this: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/sbiddle/8357
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nd also the wiring in the street can affect it. Anything can at the end of the day.


 
 
 
 


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It's normal.

Cheers - N





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  # 1402605 8-Oct-2015 18:59
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More VDSL users using more data with increased crosstalk = new DLM profile.




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  # 1402630 8-Oct-2015 19:16
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I'm at he other end of the spectrum, speed increased by approx 8mbps

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  # 1402656 8-Oct-2015 19:50
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I'd estimate at least 50 or so threads on here from the past year or so with people with the very same issue. Basically as more people take up VDSL2 crosstalk becomes an issue and can reduce sync speeds.



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  # 1402658 8-Oct-2015 19:50
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Considering your attenuation has doubled, i would question that as a possible fault. 


AFAIK, no fritz firmware have broke the line atteuation reading.




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I have this toaster, yesterday it could make toast, today it can't.... Clearly my power company has changed something....



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  # 1403186 9-Oct-2015 18:18
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Talkiet: It's normal.

Cheers - N



Its horrible.

Cheers - J




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jarledb: Its horrible.

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