When the ADSL2+ change happened I was inexplicably popped onto Annex M. Sync as high as 12500, but the upload SNR was a little jumpy, and throughput was never higher than 9.9 Meg. The system also automatically applied interleaving. FWIW, upload sync was as high as 1450kbp/s, but generally around 1375kbp/s. Upload throughput got up to 1.2 Meg. Pings were initially good at 25ms / 0 jitter, but as the upload snr bottomed out, the sync speeds dropped and pings went up.
Now syncing on Annex A with 13267kbps / 32dB att. / 9dB snr - speedtest came back at 10.3 Meg / 1.0 Meg. Pings are solid 23ms. I have a request for interleaving to be switched off, and the target snr to be set to 6dB, then 3dB if the former is stable.
Do you think 3dB snr is likely, and what speeds should I expect on either, given the existing stats? Should I aim to keep interleaving, given the pings and the intention of dropping snr?
Since line was rejigged to Annex A (6.5 hours ago), here's a breakdown of the errors:
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