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Standard User KevG123
(learned) Wed 09-Nov-11 11:31:52
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Changing for the better???


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I've previously posted about my slow rural connection and howI managed to drag it up to about 900k using a faceplate and BT2Wire router on a 75db att line.

Its been pretty steady over the last few months but the last few days has seen the speed fluctuate between over 1meg and currently around 700k.

Looking at my router stats it looks like there is some line training going on and very suprised to see at my current 700k my snr is 13db !

Its never been as high as that even when it was once down at 250k

Is this a sign there is improvement work going on somewhere?
Standard User yarwell
(sensei) Fri 11-Nov-11 09:40:20
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Re: Changing for the better???


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if the thing has been in sync all the time then the higher SNR probably means there's less noise at the moment. If it's retrained then you might now have a 12 dB target SNR.

The logging on the 2wire shows what happens at sync time quite well.

Phil

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Standard User KevG123
(learned) Sat 12-Nov-11 15:23:22
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Re: Changing for the better???


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Excitement over

it seem to have settled at snr 6db and 1meg download...


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Standard User KevG123
(learned) Sat 26-Nov-11 14:53:34
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Re: Changing for the better??? *DELETED*


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