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Standard User iwish
(committed) Mon 21-Nov-11 22:34:05
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Strange SNR drop


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at 2 pm my snr drop by 2 from 6 to 4 then as soon as it hits 10pm it goes back to 6 until 2pm the next day

We dont stay close to any factory's or anything industrial.
Nothing comes on at 2pm and goes of at 10 that i can see

seems to be a strange one that has followed me from BT network to LLU

Anyone any ideas
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Mon 21-Nov-11 22:36:43
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Re: Strange SNR drop


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Find out what tones are affected by using Routerstats, this may help identify the source.

Can you hear it on a radio?



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Standard User iwish
(committed) Mon 21-Nov-11 23:32:40
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Re: Strange SNR drop


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Since installing DGteam firmware router stats wont show me that info
Dont have a radio in her


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Mon 21-Nov-11 23:32:59
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Re: Strange SNR drop


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As in an AM radio, generally tune it slightly off of a station and try wandering around.

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Standard User iwish
(committed) Mon 21-Nov-11 23:45:55
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Re: Strange SNR drop


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well dont know if this has changed anything, but got router stats to work and took a look and found that i was ADSL2+ so changed to just the 2 and the snr graph has gone from jumpy to a nice solid line..
Also seen loads of errors before i did that, so will keep and eye on it and let ya know 2pm tomorrow how it goes
Just a small note then SNR is at 7 now after changing but did not drop any speed. Infact i gained some more tones that looked dead before

I had lost tone 166 and a few above it, but now they back and look strong

Edited by iwish (Mon 21-Nov-11 23:47:56)

Standard User iwish
(committed) Wed 23-Nov-11 15:18:16
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Re: Strange SNR drop


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Well the SNR is fine now, so gave it a try on adsl2+ again and same thing.
Speed drop and snr playing up.
Will stick with ADSL2 for now
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