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Standard User DrTeeth
(knowledge is power) Sun 10-Jun-12 14:27:39
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VSDL modem/routers


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Do any of the few FTTC modem/routers on the market allow for any tweaking of the connection (SNRM etc)?

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Standard User Al1264
(regular) Mon 11-Jun-12 17:35:25
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Re: VSDL modem/routers


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Fritz!Box 7390 has a settings page where it is possible to adjust intended SNR, Impilse Noise Protection and Identification of RFI, each have 5 steps from the (default) maximum performance towards maximum stability.
Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Mon 11-Jun-12 19:54:51
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Re: VSDL modem/routers


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But does the "Maximum performance" allow you to reduce the SNRM below the DSLAM set value? Or do the steps start from that and merely add stability by raising it?

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Standard User rct
(member) Mon 11-Jun-12 20:33:02
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Re: VSDL modem/routers


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They merely add stability as you've guessed, no way of reducing the target SNRM at least through the GUI...
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