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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Tue 31-Jul-12 14:01:34
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Infineon chipset


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My ISP is Xilo (talktalk) and I had a router with the broadcom chipset so I could use the SNR tweaks to increase my sync to 18000ish, but with the Infineon chipset I am using now I sync at 17000 without any tweaks, I'm thinking because I'm using the same chipset as my ISP but I'm also thinking if I could use the Infineon chipset and tweak the snr at the same time I could get alot more out of my line?
Is there a router that uses the Infineon chipset and I can use the DMT tool or telnet and change it?
Standard User Apprentice
(knowledge is power) Tue 31-Jul-12 17:47:08
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Have a look through the link re. routers and the Infineon chipset:

http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php?topic=8277.0

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Standard User baby_frogmella
(experienced) Tue 31-Jul-12 18:00:29
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In reply to a post by Anonymous:
Is there a router that uses the Infineon chipset and I can use the DMT tool or telnet and change it?


AFAIK Infineon chipset based routers cannot be tweaked. However if you use any of the latest Danube (Infineon) chipset routers then you will sync quite high eg on my TalkTalk line, the Draytek 120 v2 (Danube) syncs at nearly 18.5 meg on a 29 db attenuation line, yet the Billion 7800N (broadcom 6358) will sync at 15.5 meg and tweaking the SNR to 3 db on it barely gives me 18 meg. Other Danube routers include Draytek 2820, 2830(n). Just forget about tweaking and enjoy your speeds smile

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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Fri 03-Aug-12 21:36:29
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I've been looking around for the Draytek Vigor 120 v2's but I can't find any that state "V2"
How can I tell if its the V2? E.G: http://www.draytek.co.uk/products/vigor120.html
" Vigor 120 ADSL Ethernet Modem" is that the V2?
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Fri 03-Aug-12 21:38:45
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Here's one http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Draytek-Vigor-120-ADSL-2-2...


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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Fri 03-Aug-12 21:42:41
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I already have the on my watch list but I was thinking more for future reference, is there a certain thing/look that defines them? as that is the only one I could find and its on Ebay, We can't win them all
Standard User baby_frogmella
(experienced) Fri 03-Aug-12 22:48:21
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If you buy the Draytek 120 brand new say from dabs.com or amazon, its certain to be version 2, as v1 is obselete now. On ebay ask the seller if not in description. Both v1 and v2 are exactly same in appearance except that v2 has 'v2' marked on underside.
Couple of other 120's which were sale on avforums recently, pm the sellers to see if they're still available:
http://www.avforums.com/forums/computer-classified-a...
http://www.avforums.com/forums/archived-complete-exp...

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