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Standard User WilliamGrimsley
(experienced) Sat 15-Dec-18 17:15:09
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Sorry, but you're wrong. Bob has explained it very well, and has vast knowledge on this subject.

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Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Sat 15-Dec-18 17:17:17
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Matt at uno has vast2 or more than I!

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Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Sat 15-Dec-18 19:46:25
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It does run for 2 weeks, it did it twice this year on my line due to my messing about with equipment, speeds are capped and are put back after two weeks. And thatís a fact. No idea where you got your info from.
That is not proof of anything. You can be capped for months, or even permanently. Do a search on the Fibre forum for capped for All posts.

You'll get a lot of irrelevant stuff but there will be many that will show you are wrong.

And don't be so rude. You seem to be good at it, which isn't advisable on a help forum if you get a reputation for it.

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Standard User 23Prince
(fountain of knowledge) Sun 16-Dec-18 13:28:02
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That backs up the ispreviiew 2016 statement. "All BT lines now support ipv6 on latest smarthub 6 or compatible router." Smarthub 4 and 5 later. date.


I never saw that - I will go back and re read it. Cheers smile
Standard User Chrysalis
(legend) Sun 16-Dec-18 17:55:37
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DLM runs 24/7/365 not just for 2 weeks.

On ECI cabinets the line starts as fast as line conditions will let it (up to product speed), no training, just a wide open profile with fast path.
If the line is stable it will stay as it is.
On Hauwei it also starts wide open, but because there is no fast path anymore it will start interleaved, and providing the line is stable it will follow the path of enabling g.inp and changing xDB profiles over time. It was just luck yours took 2 weeks, for another person they may stop getting changes after a few days, or maybe get no changes at all,

Capping and then putting the speeds back in a 2 week period is not typical DLM behaviour.

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Edited by Chrysalis (Sun 16-Dec-18 17:56:33)

Standard User jaydub
(fountain of knowledge) Tue 18-Dec-18 23:23:08
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Still need to feed back to IDNet and to get a better explanation of what changes have been made.

Had an update from IDNet. Apparently I was with Zen backhaul (even though I thought they had moved me to BTw backhaul this January) and am now with BTw backhaul (which is where I thought I was) if you get my drift. wink
Standard User professor973
(knowledge is power) Wed 19-Dec-18 18:40:36
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Pretty much the same here. I was on ZEN LLU backhaul and suffering peak single thread problems. I was told a few weeks ago that a switch to BT backhaul was on the cards and should sort my problem, though their suppliers denied a problem which is usual for all suppliers in these circumstances, but IdNet got it sorted.

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