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Old April 22nd 07, 02:21 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Dan
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Connected
Downstream Margin: 23 db
Upstream Margin: 26 db
Downstream Line Attenuation: 54 db
Upstream Line Attenuation: 15.5 db
Downstream Transmit Power: 11 db
Upstream Transmit Power: 14 db

My router reports the above situation - is it good or otherwise ?

Dan.


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Old April 23rd 07, 10:07 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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"Dan" wrote in message
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Connected
Downstream Margin: 23 db
Upstream Margin: 26 db
Downstream Line Attenuation: 54 db
Upstream Line Attenuation: 15.5 db
Downstream Transmit Power: 11 db
Upstream Transmit Power: 14 db

My router reports the above situation - is it good or otherwise ?

Dan.


Dan,
that downstram attenuation suggests you are a far way from the exchange.
Is that so?
The downstream margin is very healthy - ADSL max lifts synchronisation speed
until the margin drops to 6dB.
What speed are you synchronising at?
Phil


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Old April 25th 07, 08:09 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Dan,
that downstram attenuation suggests you are a far way from the exchange.
Is that so?
The downstream margin is very healthy - ADSL max lifts synchronisation speed
until the margin drops to 6dB.
What speed are you synchronising at?


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Alas only 512K.

DM
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Old April 28th 07, 11:33 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
kráftéé
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Dan wrote:
Dan,
that downstram attenuation suggests you are a far way from the
exchange. Is that so?
The downstream margin is very healthy - ADSL max lifts
synchronisation speed until the margin drops to 6dB.
What speed are you synchronising at?


----------------------

Alas only 512K.

DM


You may still be able to squeeze another .5 - 1Mbps out of it & you
won't know until you try...

Be the way check your filters/extensions etc as they can make a
profound difference to your SNR


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Old April 29th 07, 08:48 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Phil B
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"Kraftee" wrote in message
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Dan wrote:
Dan,
that downstram attenuation suggests you are a far way from the
exchange. Is that so?
The downstream margin is very healthy - ADSL max lifts
synchronisation speed until the margin drops to 6dB.
What speed are you synchronising at?


----------------------

Alas only 512K.

DM


You may still be able to squeeze another .5 - 1Mbps out of it & you won't
know until you try...

Be the way check your filters/extensions etc as they can make a profound
difference to your SNR

I'll second that!
Put ONE filter on your incoming socket, put the modem/router close to it and
distribute all phones and data from there.
The odd thing about your stats is the huge margin (if that's signal to noise
ratio) and it may well improve as it learns about line characteristics.
Also, keep your modem powered on all the time.

Phil


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Old April 29th 07, 10:39 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Paul Cupis
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Phil B wrote:
"Kraftee" wrote in message
...
Dan wrote:
Dan,
that downstram attenuation suggests you are a far way from the
exchange. Is that so?
The downstream margin is very healthy - ADSL max lifts
synchronisation speed until the margin drops to 6dB.
What speed are you synchronising at?
----------------------

Alas only 512K.


You may still be able to squeeze another .5 - 1Mbps out of it & you won't
know until you try...

Be the way check your filters/extensions etc as they can make a profound
difference to your SNR

I'll second that!
Put ONE filter on your incoming socket, put the modem/router close to it and
distribute all phones and data from there.
The odd thing about your stats is the huge margin (if that's signal to noise
ratio) and it may well improve as it learns about line characteristics.
Also, keep your modem powered on all the time.


Is the OP on ADSL Max, do we know, or is it a IPStream Home 500 service?
 




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