Hi. Welcome to the forums
(To anyone else looking at the issue, having typed all that follows I have checked the DNS servers. They belong to Bharat Sanchar Nigam of New Delhi, so I suspect the OP is in India and UK norms do not apply. Hence my strikeouts
You do have some strange stats there, but let's cover a general point first.
On most lines on most ISPs, the downstream SNRM should vary over 24 hours by 2-3dB or less above or below 6dB
, depending on the time of day that you connected. I don't know where your 10dB figure comes from, but it is incorrect
On a few ISPs the 6dB figure I stated may be 9dB.
It would help us if you tell us the ISP, as we now most of the different settings they apply.
Is there a reason you are looking at these stats? In particular, have you had recent problems? The reason I ask is that the 3890kbps downstream data rate for a 37dB attentuation is dreadful.
Edit - tripe removed, thanks to XRaySpeX.
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Edited by RobertoS (Fri 21-Mar-14 23:54:44)