It shows you are less than 700 metres from the cabinet, and that your ISP is providing a decent throughput.
From the 38715 K IP Profile, we can determine the sync speed is 39999 K (IP Profile = 96.79% of sync speed).
Throughput looks little low though as throughput (at quiet times) is usually around 97% of IP Profile, which would equate to approximately 37500 K.
How have you determined the distance from the cabinet as less than 700m?
i.e do you have a chart, or a formula for typical speed v distance?
I have been trying to track down & even compile my own chart for speed v distance without much success.
I appreciate it could only ever be approximate & would be very much dependent upon the physical characteristics of the D-side cabling, but a "typical" speed v distance chart would be most useful.
THe only charts I have managed to locate so far do not actually start off at 40Mb.
35512 K looks a little like the Plusnet throughput where their own "Current Line Speed" is occasionally a little out of kilter with BT's IP Profiles.
Edited by Bald_Eagle1 (Thu 02-Feb-12 23:01:18)