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Standard User ukhardy07
(knowledge is power) Mon 26-Dec-16 11:26:13
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Re: Recovery profile


[re: darrellr] [link to this post]
 
Yeah good point raised by most here...

When I said soon enough my experience is it took 2 months for DLM to release my line so do not expect it to happen overnight, but in time my line got better.
Standard User WWWombat
(knowledge is power) Mon 26-Dec-16 17:26:27
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Re: Recovery profile


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Can you confirm the dates in the last few paragraphs? They don't make sense (eg 17th Dec was not a Wednesday).
Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Mon 26-Dec-16 17:51:21
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Re: Recovery profile


[re: WWWombat] [link to this post]
 
OOps blush!!

Too late to edit unfortunately.

Billion installed Wed 14 evening.
Final lowering of IP Banding 10am Thursday 15 December.
Jump to 55,000 banding correctly stated as 04:42 Saturday 17 Dec.

How I messed that up so badly I have no idea frown. Completely alcohol-free bar a small glass of fizz at lunchtime (because I was driving).

Kindness isn't going to cure the world of all its awfulness but it's a good place to begin. Daisy Ridley.
My broadband basic info/help site - www.robertos.me.uk. Domains, site and mail hosting - Tsohost.
Connection - AAISP Home::1 80/20. Sync 54999/16208Kbps @ 600m. BQMs - IPv4 & IPv6


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Standard User WWWombat
(knowledge is power) Wed 28-Dec-16 02:34:28
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Re: Recovery profile


[re: RobertoS] [link to this post]
 
Yeah - quite typical symptoms. Over-zealous engagement of banding in the first place. Then a partial reduction in banding initially ... but one that never quite manages to complete.

This new behaviour seemed to coincide with the 2nd disastrous deployment of G.INP for ECI, but could have been a result of rework caused by the Assia patent agreement.

It seems strange that, just when they've deployed a decent workable item in the DLM toolkit (with G.INP, on Huawei at least), they set things back hugely with the banding behaviour.
Standard User darrellr
(member) Wed 28-Dec-16 08:21:50
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Re: Recovery profile


[re: darrellr] [link to this post]
 
23rd December 09:00 resync to 22400/5999
24th December 08:40 resync to 25000/7240
25th December 07:45 resync (G.INP reduction?)
26th December 09:12 resync to 27400/8496


28th December 07:29 resync to 29999/9999

At this rate (10 mbps pre week) I t will take me over a month to recover!!

TalkTalk Business Fibre Broadband
(74 mbps, 9db attenuation, 7.4db SNR, 300 metres from cab)

Edited by darrellr (Wed 28-Dec-16 09:49:15)

Standard User darrellr
(member) Fri 30-Dec-16 08:29:53
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Re: Recovery profile


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In reply to a post by darrellr:
23rd December 09:00 resync to 22400/5999
24th December 08:40 resync to 25000/7240
25th December 07:45 resync (G.INP reduction?)
26th December 09:12 resync to 27400/8496
27th December No resync
28th December 07:29 resync to 29999/9999
29th December No resync


30th December 06:58 resync to 32400/11999

TalkTalk Business Fibre Broadband
(74 mbps, 9db attenuation, 7.4db SNR, 300 metres from cab)

Edited by darrellr (Fri 30-Dec-16 08:52:04)

Standard User darrellr
(member) Wed 11-Jan-17 07:32:34
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[re: darrellr] [link to this post]
 
the recovery profile seems obvious from the stats so far. Within a week I should be back at 74-80 down/20 up.

23rd December 09:00 resync to 22400/5999
24th December 08:40 resync to 25000/7240
25th December 07:45 resync (G.INP reduction?)
26th December 09:12 resync to 27400/8496
27th December No resync
28th December 07:29 resync to 29999/9999
29th December No resync
30th December 06:58 resync to 32400/11999
31st December No resync
1st January 08:00 resync to 34999/14999
2nd January No resync
3rd January 06:46 resync to 40000/16999
4th January No resync
5th January 12:30 manual reboot - resync to 44000/19000
6th January No resync
7th January 04:56 resync to 49000/19999
8th January No resync
9th January 06:48 resync to 55000/19999
10th January No resync
11th January 06:54 resync to 60000/19999

TalkTalk Business Fibre Broadband
(74 mbps, 9db attenuation, 7.4db SNR, 300 metres from cab)
Standard User WWWombat
(knowledge is power) Wed 11-Jan-17 17:16:23
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Good to see things happening so far. Fingers' crossed for the remainder.

What are your current line stats?
Standard User MHC
(sensei) Wed 11-Jan-17 17:39:39
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[re: darrellr] [link to this post]
 
It seems to be following the process I suggested in my earlier post: http://forums.thinkbroadband.com/fibre/t/4522571-re-...

You may see a couple more 5Mbps increments and then possibly a few smaller ones as you get close to the max achievable figure - it will be interesting to see what actually happens.

What is your modem saying for SNR and Max Achievable?


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Standard User darrellr
(member) Wed 11-Jan-17 22:44:15
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Re: Recovery profile


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Maximum upstream rate (kbit/s): 31613
Maximum downstream rate (kbit/s) 80268
Upstream noise safety coefficient (dB): 15.6
Downstream noise safety coefficient (dB): 11.4

NB. Max achievable dropped from 83,400 to 80,300 around new years day. I assume that means crosstalk

TalkTalk Business Fibre Broadband
(74 mbps, 9db attenuation, 7.4db SNR, 300 metres from cab)

Edited by darrellr (Wed 11-Jan-17 22:48:51)

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