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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Tue 13-Dec-16 10:52:29
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Re: Trying to place an order for fibre 78 with Vodafone...


[re: wy2k] [link to this post]
 
My money would be on the staying where it is, or decreasing a little as DLM takes effect. No provider can predict the effect of cross-talk too as take-up increases, to do so needs data on where all the other services are and yours is in the cable bundle.

Of course it may be the CPE from Vodafone delivers a more stable connection than the previous one, and thus DLM leaves the line alone.

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Standard User wy2k
(committed) Tue 13-Dec-16 11:07:17
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Re: Trying to place an order for fibre 78 with Vodafone...


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Just out of interest is there anything there to be concerned about? Anything that's not going to allow me to get even faster speeds assuming i could anyway?
Sorry the info isn't very tidy I just cut and paste it from the router smile.
cheers

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Edited by MrSaffron (Tue 13-Dec-16 11:37:49)

Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Tue 13-Dec-16 11:38:49
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Re: Trying to place an order for fibre 78 with Vodafone...


[re: wy2k] [link to this post]
 
FEC and CRC errors depending on rate may trigger DLM in the future but difficult to predict

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Standard User wy2k
(committed) Wed 14-Dec-16 10:03:27
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Re: Trying to place an order for fibre 78 with Vodafone...


[re: MrSaffron] [link to this post]
 
ok thanks for the info. I'm on day 3 when does DLM start working if it's not already. If it's not to much trouble what is DLM? i mean how does it affect my internet ? when does it kick in .. how long does it take to change my internet one way or the other?? etc etc

cheers

Edited by wy2k (Wed 14-Dec-16 10:03:47)

Standard User philippercival
(knowledge is power) Wed 14-Dec-16 16:15:57
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Re: Trying to place an order for fibre 78 with Vodafone...


[re: wy2k] [link to this post]
 
Dynamic Line Management

is a pretty good explanation.

Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Thu 15-Dec-16 13:01:29
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Re: Trying to place an order for fibre 78 with Vodafone...


[re: philippercival] [link to this post]
 
Though a warning, the DLM systems for BT Wholesale ADSL2+ is NOT the same as for Openreach VDSL2

Short answer...

After two days if the DLM was to intervene you'd have expected to see the big drop, but nothing changes to stop it intervening if it needs to at any later date.

For you as a you user the aim of DLM is to produce an error free stable experience, which is generally good, but for those that want the fastest number the two targets may not agree. DLM is about ensuring stable error free video streaming put simply not squeezing the last bit of speed out a line.

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