I've just entered your data and checked for myself. So the predicted modem sync
speed is --
If your service provider uses ADSL2+ the maximum line speed likely is: 19750 kbps
So that is what you could expect to see when interrogating the modem, all being well. The other "guestimate" is the throughput
With ADSL2+ the maximum IP throughput (result from a speedtest) is likely to be around: 17478
Note the absence of units for the latter figure!
The following block of advice suggests where to check for potential issues --
It would appear your line is under performing with regard to ADSL, this may be due to issues like the ring wire, unfiltered equipment and other factors. Ideally you would expect to see connection speeds of 7300Kbps or higher at your attenuation
Finally comes the prediction --
Your ADSL2+ speeds are likely to be in the range 17900Kbps to 19750Kbps. With the line under performing with ADSL, it is likely this will hold back any speed increases the checker is suggesting for ADSL2+.
As you are currently on an ADSL
service with an upper sync limit of 8192 kbps DS, there does not seem to be too much wrong with your current situation. Your current sync speed of 7264 kbps DS appears to be quite respectable. Please connect your modem/router directly to the test socket at the NTE5/A
and then promptly note the current statistics. If there is a significant difference between what you originally have shown and what is then obtained at the test socket, it is indicative of issues with your internal wiring (if any).
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