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Standard User thinkpl
(newbie) Fri 23-Dec-11 07:08:38
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Fastest route to reduced SNR profile


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If one wanted to get the SNR dropped from 6 to 3 (my line is at 6, neighbour is at 3) is there a optimal path to getting this actioned - is it simply a case of calling BT's helpdesk and asking ?

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Standard User Adsl24
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 23-Dec-11 08:32:46
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Re: Fastest route to reduced SNR profile


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On FTTC? Never seen it below 6 by default...

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Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Fri 23-Dec-11 09:40:34
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Re: Fastest route to reduced SNR profile


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You never replied to my post suggesting you try the Test socket, in your original thread. Did you try it?

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Standard User adslmax
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 23-Dec-11 12:35:33
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Re: Fastest route to reduced SNR profile


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ADSL2+ is useful to get SNR to 3dB from 6dB to get extra sync line speed rate. But for FTTC, no need to reduce SNR at all.

plusnetADSL2+15 Meg

Edited by adslmax (Fri 23-Dec-11 12:36:18)

Standard User bobbyboyuk
(member) Fri 23-Dec-11 13:21:26
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Re: Fastest route to reduced SNR profile


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In reply to a post by adslmax:
ADSL2+ is useful to get SNR to 3dB from 6dB to get extra sync line speed rate. But for FTTC, no need to reduce SNR at all.


id disagree for people on longer lines, like me, id love more speed on fttc for the sake of a bit of stability, id rather have 2 or 3 disconnects a day rather than 10 or more days of perfect slower stability.

1060m from the cab, 3 lengths of poor aluminum , 13mb ! says attainable rate on the unlocked modem is 19mb, Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
Standard User thinkpl
(newbie) Fri 23-Dec-11 15:47:22
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Re: Fastest route to reduced SNR profile


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In reply to a post by RobertoS:
You never replied to my post suggesting you try the Test socket, in your original thread. Did you try it?


There are no phones connected to this line (it's a second line). BT wires come in, only the VDSL cable comes out)
Standard User Zarjaz
(knowledge is power) Fri 23-Dec-11 17:25:37
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Re: Fastest route to reduced SNR profile


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id disagree for people on longer lines, like me, id love more speed on fttc for the sake of a bit of stability, id rather have 2 or 3 disconnects a day rather than 10 or more days of perfect slower stability.

But then the sync profile would end up falling, so you'd have even less speed.. Speed is nowt, without stability.

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