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Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Mon 13-Nov-17 19:35:07
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4 upstream bonding


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Evening.

Just FYI looks as though VM have restarted the 4 upstream bonding project. Was released today in Leeds South. The increased bonding makes higher upstream speeds 'an option'. On 2 channels it isn't.

Upstream Overview

Port Frequency (Hz) BandWidth Modulation Power (dBmV) Channel
1 46200017 6400000 ATDMA 39.000 5
2 25800000 6400000 ATDMA 37.250 8
3 32599991 6400000 ATDMA 38.000 7
4 39400017 6400000 ATDMA 38.250 6
Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Thu 16-Nov-17 14:00:34
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Re: 4 upstream bonding


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Per signature working well. Also seen another couple of areas have had this deployed recently. Good.

Standard User nemeth782
(committed) Thu 16-Nov-17 14:30:44
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Re: 4 upstream bonding


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Per signature working well. Also seen another couple of areas have had this deployed recently. Good.


How do you have 600 down 41 up? An uncapped modem?


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Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Thu 16-Nov-17 18:20:47
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How do you have 600 down 41 up? An uncapped modem?


Absolutely not. That would be illegal.

In good shape to stream HDR 8k 3D smile

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Standard User broadband66
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 17-Nov-17 18:14:41
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Re: 4 upstream bonding


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I thought most (not all) 4K stuff was upscaled from a lower resolution.

Was Eclipse Home Option 1, VM 2Mb & O2 Standard
Now Utility Warehouse (up to 16mbps) via Talk Talk
Standard User nemeth782
(committed) Sat 18-Nov-17 19:02:28
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In reply to a post by nemeth782:
How do you have 600 down 41 up? An uncapped modem?


Absolutely not. That would be illegal.

In good shape to stream HDR 8k 3D smile

https://s33.postimg.org/a2x2zs40v/Netflix.png

DOCSIS 3.1 trial or something then?
Standard User Bryer
(experienced) Thu 23-Nov-17 10:15:59
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This makes sense for my random disconnects on Saturday. Logged in and seen the 4 channel upstream. I'm in Essex, Thurrock to be precise. Hoping that they roll out the 300/30 product soon. Can't deal with 300 with 17 as it stands at the moment.
Standard User nemeth782
(committed) Thu 23-Nov-17 11:09:46
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Ooh, heading up towards my part of the country then smile

Interesting that my 2 channels are "Channel ID" 5 and 6, which seems to imply that there are a few other channels there.

With many areas having 24 downstream channels now, we're starting to reach the capacity of the SH3. New modem without an Intel Puma 6 chipset please!!
Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Thu 23-Nov-17 12:40:14
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Almost certainly at least 2 channels you are not using. 4 others belonging to another node somewhere too in IDs 1-4.

Standard User mlmclaren
(knowledge is power) Thu 23-Nov-17 13:02:55
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Will this help with Virgin terrible buffer issue when uploading though??

Uploading at 1Mb/s currently and my ping is up in the 1000's of milliseconds & radio stream dropping offline.

EDIT: and yes I mean 1 megabits per second, not megabyte.

Dum Di Dum Di Dum Di Dum

Edited by mlmclaren (Thu 23-Nov-17 13:23:25)

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