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Standard User CommandQ
(newbie) Mon 11-Jul-11 11:09:57
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Annex M sync and throughput estimates


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These are my line stats right now, I'm particularly interested in what the Annex M upload speed would be, what are your thoughts guys?

Connection Speed 18229 kbps 1142 kbps
Line Attenuation 18.5 db 10.1 db
Noise Margin 7.4 db 7.7 db

Oh and BTW my broadband Sky is right now, if I lower the SNR I can get 19999 and 1150 sync, I swear they offer up to 1.2mbps upload, but they cap at that which I'm pretty sure is against the law.
Standard User MHC
(legend) Mon 11-Jul-11 11:30:15
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, but they cap at that which I'm pretty sure is against the law.


Why is it?





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Standard User john2007
(legend) Mon 11-Jul-11 11:42:22
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I'd guesstimate 2.5Mbps on Annex M.


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Standard User CommandQ
(newbie) Mon 11-Jul-11 11:55:34
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Standard User CommandQ
(newbie) Mon 11-Jul-11 11:59:38
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I think I read it somewhere, someone else had that upload sync, anyway that's just a side thing, the extra 50 kbps wouldn't really make that much difference TBH, and I'm to lazy to bother ringing up to get them to cap it at 1200 which I doubt they would do.
Standard User CommandQ
(newbie) Mon 11-Jul-11 12:02:24
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Thats what I was thinking also, hopefully the throughput will be at least 2mbps, fingers crossed. smile
Anonymous
(Unregistered)Mon 11-Jul-11 14:09:54
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In reply to a post by CommandQ:
These are my line stats right now, I'm particularly interested in what the Annex M upload speed would be, what are your thoughts guys?

Connection Speed 18229 kbps 1142 kbps
Line Attenuation 18.5 db 10.1 db
Noise Margin 7.4 db 7.7 db

Oh and BTW my broadband Sky is right now, if I lower the SNR I can get 19999 and 1150 sync, I swear they offer up to 1.2mbps upload, but they cap at that which I'm pretty sure is against the law.
If they capped the upstream sync @ 1200kbps then you would /should have a 1200 kbps sync , i read somewhere that sky's max upstream is 1.3mbps the fact that no one on sky appears to even achieve this,is odd to say the least,
if you moved to another llu supplier who offered Annex m you would see full upload sync and you wouldn't loose on the downstream, why sky you have DLM and a hideous 7-8db snrm both act as caps on your line
Anonymous
(Unregistered)Mon 11-Jul-11 14:19:22
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sky is [censored] with speed. i went from sky llu too bt wbc and got the full 20meg.
Standard User CommandQ
(newbie) Mon 11-Jul-11 16:07:50
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When I had talktalk I synced very close to 23500 down and 1019 up (fastpath)... but damn their throttling, I'm ordering to AAISP as soon as BT have switched my line back.

And if anyone was wondering when I would run a speedtest on speedtest.net I would get 20-21mbps with 0.86-0.87 upload. But I had to lower the SNR about 3db to get that sync.
Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Mon 11-Jul-11 17:38:46
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I don't think anyone except Be offer Annex M, so is it resold Be you are ordering from AAISP? (I know they do it). If so, what's wrong with Be itself? It doesn't have any added on bits, but neither does it have the units system. It is simply unlimited.

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