The 10 day period is just for working out acceptable min speed of line.
DLM runs forever managing your line - the clue is in its title.
You have a good speed. May not be the best but you can live with it. If it improves it is a bonus; if not so what.
Whats throughput like?
I'm not aware of the question ever having been asked about the "intelligence" of the BRAS Profile setting (re MSR/FTR) at the end of the 10 days.
This line was seriously under speed, even allowing for it's generally poor performance. This was due to the high target noise margins at the start.
I wonder whether it will have set the MSR a the lowest speed at 6dB, or at the initial 15dB. If the latter, he needs a re-run of the ten days. As far as I can see, the only way to find out is to as support what his MSR and FTR are set at.
@Matthew - the level of the FTR matters if your line deteriorates in the future. If the sync speed stays above the FTR BT Wholesale will say it is still above the minimum expected for it, and won't accept a fault report.
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