t'll be as well to delete or edit your preceeding post so as not to confuse OP or subsequent readers.
Overwhelmed head spinning, etc.
Near end relates to what the equipment receives.
So it comes down to which way round the Bright Box displays the information and if EE follow the standard? Thanks, think I've got that?
So if I'm right... The Bright Box displays Upstream then Downstream. The next section display Near End then Far End. So looking at the screen it looks like the right column is Downstream and Far End together when Downstream is actually (or should be if they are doing it right) the left column marked Near End meaning what my Bright Box is receiving?
I've had another re-sync and more errored seconds while the internet was not in use this afternoon, about 16:00 while we were all out, performance appears to be currently normal...
Broadband Type ADSL
Broadband State Connected
Internet State Connected
Time Connected 02:46:46
Downstream Rate 5.44 Mbps
Upstream Rate 1.04 Mbps
Line Status -- UP
Link Type -- Interleaved Path
Operation Mode Automatic G.992.5 (ADSL2+)
Data Rate Information
Upstream 1044 (Kbps)
Downstream 5440 (Kbps)
Operation Data Upstream Downstream
Noise Margin 6.2 (dB) 6.0 (dB)
Line Attenuation 24.9 (dB) 47.5 (dB)
Indicator Name Near End Indicator Far End Indicator
Output Power 12.8 (dBm) 0.0 (dBm)
Fast Path FEC Correction -- --
Interleaved Path FEC Correction 4299373 244
Fast Path CRC Error -- --
Interleaved Path CRC Error 0 71
Loss of Signal Defect 1 0
Fast Path HEC Error STR -- --
Interleaved Path HEC Error 100 26
Error Seconds 121002 354
Received Data 658984 (Kbits)
Transmitted Data 51749 (Kbits)