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Standard User LittleGreyCat
(newbie) Sat 10-Mar-18 20:23:05
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Sample graphs to aid understanding?


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I've been reading through the last couple of pages on the forum and there has been a lot of posting of graphs and helpful comments by Mr Saffron. Most seem to be about VM.

However these have generally included "expected for VM" with particular reference to SH3 plus comments about "normal for cable".

Is there a gallery (or would it be possible to create one) with sample BQM traces for some standard configurations?

Perhaps SH1, SH2, SH3, BT Broadband (phone), FTTC, FTTP?

This would then perhaps give us a visual reference to compare our results to.
Standard User Realalemadrid
(member) Sat 10-Mar-18 20:30:33
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Re: Sample graphs to aid understanding?


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have a look at this link .. BQM

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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 11-Mar-18 10:32:21
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Given a few extra hours today probably should find a SH3 looking BQM and add it

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Standard User LittleGreyCat
(newbie) Sun 11-Mar-18 11:12:01
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Re: Sample graphs to aid understanding?


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The FAQ is useful in understanding the traces.

So far I haven't grasped from them what is a good minimum latency for all line types. The green bar.

In my specific case I am trying to work out if my SH1 is outperforming an SH3 (expected results) with regards to latency. This can then help me decide if I should stay on the SH1 or switch to an SH3.
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 11-Mar-18 11:29:09
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A good latency is no latency.

A real world good is that it is stable and not wobbling around i.e. minimal yellow

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