That's an invalid comparison with another line that has massive noise issues, witnessed by:
DS SNRM = 22.4 dBAnyway you can't average errors over time, only over quantity of data.
The line with the massive noise issues & hardly any errors in comparison with mine syncs at 39999 K & 10000 K.
Its attainable rates are 95252 K & 33134 K.
Mine, with a very low SNRM but thousands more errors in comparison, syncs at only 27942 K & 5679 K.
My attainable rates are only 30756 K & 5961 K
Currently, the maximum speed I can actually download at is just over 26000K
I also believe I did average the errors over time.
A few thousand errors per hour for my connection, compared to much less than 1 error per hour for the other user's connection.
I concede these are only averages as I often get much less per hour, but by the same token, I occasionally get many, many more per hour.
I am no doubt further from the cabinet than the other user as my attenuation is also incredibly high, but I wasn't really discussing that aspect at this time.
Have you any explanation as to why my connection occasionally experiences up to 90000 DS CRC errors within a 2 minute period, especially when it is unattended & not downloading/uploading anything that I am aware of? I haven't.
I'm also not 100% sure that programs such as RouterStats compare errors against the quantity of data either.
Just as an experiment, I have repeatedly downloded a 15 Mb test file - no errors whatsoever, yet 1/2 hour ago, while I wasn't even at the PC, my records show over 300 DS CRC errors within a 2 minute period.
I can't explain that either. Can you?
To help me understand your comment a little better, is there any chance of you humouring me by providing your error counts & SNRM levels over whatever duration your FTTC connection has been up, also confirming the quantity of data you have downloaded/uploaded during that period?
Do these figures mean anything to you?
I have to admit they don't mean a lot to me:-
ES: 1019 271
SES: 11 0UAS: 15 15
Edited by Bald_Eagle1 (Tue 06-Dec-11 23:03:26)