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Standard User PaulKirby
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 04-Jul-16 22:28:03
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Re: Not impressed with Smart Hub from get go!


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In reply to a post by BatBoy:
That wouldn't explain it.
Ah, ok.

Paul
Standard User BatBoy
(sensei) Mon 04-Jul-16 22:32:12
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Re: Not impressed with Smart Hub from get go!


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The sync speed rose above the previously stable speed which to me indicates a DLM reset.

Use the Ginp Formula to determine if your vdsl2 connection is with or without G.INP.
Divide your IP Profile by your Sync Speed and the answer is 0.9669 (with) or 0.9679 (without)
Standard User PaulKirby
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 04-Jul-16 22:41:49
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Re: Not impressed with Smart Hub from get go!


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In reply to a post by BatBoy:
The sync speed rose above the previously stable speed which to me indicates a DLM reset.
That's a good point.

I got interrupted here while I was reading the posts, my bad tongue

If they "can" do that, its a good thing to know, I am still trying to get BT to push the live switch for the lines on our FTTP hardware that is already live for only 1 address 4 doors down, where we all keep being told that the hardware is not ready...

So maybe this along with not being able to reset the DLM is more of BT's lies that they like saying.

Paul


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Standard User Icaras
(experienced) Sat 09-Jul-16 12:43:23
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Re: Not impressed with Smart Hub from get go!


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I'd still be inclined to say that CPs cannot do an SNR reset. They could escalate it to Openreach and request an SNR reset though.
Standard User BatBoy
(sensei) Sat 09-Jul-16 12:45:24
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Re: Not impressed with Smart Hub from get go!


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In this case the ISP did a reset not the CP.

Use the Ginp Formula to determine if your vdsl2 connection is with or without G.INP.
Divide your IP Profile by your Sync Speed and the answer is 0.9669 (with) or 0.9679 (without)
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