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Standard User gouledw
(newbie) Sun 13-Mar-11 14:55:52
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Re: ADSL Nation M3 Modem


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The actual point of this thread was to ask How effective is the ADSL Nation modem M3?
Standard User MHC
(legend) Wed 16-Mar-11 23:28:24
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Re: ADSL Nation M3 Modem


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On long high attenuation lines it really is a case of try it and see. As others suggest, the 2700 HGV is always a good starting point but how teh M3 will compare, only a test can prove it.

On your line it could fail to sync, but on your neighbours it might give better performance than the 2700.





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Standard User gouledw
(newbie) Sat 25-Jun-11 23:04:02
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Re: ADSL Nation M3 Modem


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Well after month's of fiddling, and tweaking and new router's and clear line we have a sync speed of 2692kbps.


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Standard User Going_Digital
(knowledge is power) Mon 27-Jun-11 18:25:27
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Re: ADSL Nation M3 Modem


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To answer the original question the X-Modem M3 has no optimisation to make it deal with poor conditions any better than others on long lines, in fact I would suggest that it wouldn't be a good choice for a line with exceptionally poor conditions as it is a relatively old chipset, so newer chipset based modems would probably deal with a bad line better.

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