I've recently been experiencing constant disconnects due to my SNR dipping below 6db, this usually only happening at night.
I remedied this by requesting a 12db SNR target, so when these dips happen, I'm not going below six, hence keeping my line stable, of course this has come at the price of a lower sync speed.
with the 12db target the line still fluctuates quite abit, dipping as low as 7db for a moment then jumping back up, leading me to think there may be a problem on the line or in the area
Samknows says I'm 1.7Km from the exchange and I'm getting a 45db downstream attenuation, which equates too about ~3.5Km calculated magic length.
I've just ordered a Billion Router to be able to play with the Tx Attenuation and other tweaks.
What do you guys think?