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DiggerOfTrenches
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Re: Non Rate Adaptive ADSL(0)Max. ie. DLM switched off 6dB Fixed Margin. BLACKLISTED.

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@Keith_Beddoewrote:

What @NeilO  is saying, as DLM is always on, so if the error rate starts to increase, then the connection speed will be reduced, and vice-versa. This can affect both upload or download speed, or both.

DLM was reset last time, which is why your speed increased, but there is no guarantee that it will stay that way, if the error rate starts to increase. This is done to protect the network from excessive re-transmissions caused bt CRC errors.

You will just have to see how it goes.


Unfortunatly not true DLM can be turned off by BT and SNR locked.

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Re: Line reset yet again please

Hi @warrenshaw22,

Thank you for posting back. We've turned off the DLM on your line and capped the SNR at 6DB. Normally what would happen if there was interference on the line, the SNR would increase and this would reduce the number of errors you are seeing.

Your line is over 6500 Meters long and I would expect there to be interference on the line. I'm happy to give you a call to discuss the options. What would be the best time for me to call?

Thanks

PaddyB

 

PaddyB telling porkey pies? I think not.

 

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Message 32 of 52

Re: Non Rate Adaptive ADSL(0)Max. ie. DLM switched off 6dB Fixed Margin. BLACKLISTED.

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That seem to differ to what @NeilO  said.

Anyway, I cannot see that I can add any more to this thread, so you will have to wait and see how your connection performs.

 

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Message 33 of 52

Re: Non Rate Adaptive ADSL(0)Max. ie. DLM switched off 6dB Fixed Margin. BLACKLISTED.

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@DiggerOfTrencheswrote:

@Keith_Beddoewrote:

What @NeilO  is saying, as DLM is always on, so if the error rate starts to increase, then the connection speed will be reduced, and vice-versa. This can affect both upload or download speed, or both.

DLM was reset last time, which is why your speed increased, but there is no guarantee that it will stay that way, if the error rate starts to increase. This is done to protect the network from excessive re-transmissions caused bt CRC errors.

You will just have to see how it goes.


Unfortunatly not true DLM can be turned off by BT and SNR locked.

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Re: Line reset yet again please

Hi @warrenshaw22,

Thank you for posting back. We've turned off the DLM on your line and capped the SNR at 6DB. Normally what would happen if there was interference on the line, the SNR would increase and this would reduce the number of errors you are seeing.

Your line is over 6500 Meters long and I would expect there to be interference on the line. I'm happy to give you a call to discuss the options. What would be the best time for me to call?

Thanks

PaddyB

 

PaddyB telling porkey pies? I think not.

 


Also 'DLM was reset last time, which is why your speed increased'

This is not accurate. An order was placed to remove the cap from my upload. Once the order went throug ond cap lifted DLM was reset dy default.

Yes your line will be in a new 10 day stabilisation period after the changes @JohnC2 made yesterday.

Resteting DLM would on it's own not have fixed my upload problems.

 

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Message 34 of 52

Re: Non Rate Adaptive ADSL(0)Max. ie. DLM switched off 6dB Fixed Margin. BLACKLISTED.

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@Keith_Beddoewrote:

That seem to differ to what @NeilO  said.

Anyway, I cannot see that I can add any more to this thread, so you will have to wait and see how your connection performs.

 


We've turned off the DLM on your line and capped the SNR at 6DB. PaddyB said this. This is correct.

DLM is active by default on all ADSL2+ lines. NeilO said this. This is correct.

What @NeilO  is saying, as DLM is always on. You said this. This is incorrect.

 

 

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Message 35 of 52

Re: Non Rate Adaptive ADSL(0)Max. ie. DLM switched off 6dB Fixed Margin. BLACKLISTED.

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I can tell when DLM is OFF and SNR is LOCKED.


PULL MS simulates flapping line, 10+ disconnects in 30 minutes?, should trigger new stabilisation period.

BT RESET both the same?

Openreach removing/updating tags.

Cap removed did not alter syncs.

Nextdoor 1km away internet going from 2.5/0.8 to 1.2/0.4 knocking 0.2dB of my upstream.


16:52:39, 27 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3476Kbps, Up Rate=880Kbps, Down=6.00dB, Up=6.20dB Nextdoor 'DLM On?'
16:51:49, 27 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 129154 seconds
04:59:17, 26 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3476Kbps, Up Rate=824Kbps, Down=6.20dB, Up=6.20dB 'DLM On?'
04:58:29, 26 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 64036 seconds
11:11:14, 25 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3648Kbps, Up Rate=848Kbps, Down=6.20dB, Up=6.20dB 'Cap Rem' 'DLM On?'
11:10:26, 25 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 75910 seconds
14:05:18, 24 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3436Kbps, Up Rate=856Kbps, Down=18.30dB, Up=6.30dB 'DLM OFF'
14:04:27, 24 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 204604 seconds
00:01:38, 1 Jan.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3296Kbps, Up Rate=856Kbps, Down=18.50dB, Up=6.30dB 'DLM OFF'
05:12:12, 22 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 86263 seconds
05:14:31, 21 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3404Kbps, Up Rate=876Kbps, Down=19.00dB, Up=6.20dB 'DLM OFF'
05:13:43, 21 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 70723 seconds
00:01:38, 1 Jan.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3596Kbps, Up Rate=796Kbps, Down=16.60dB, Up=6.20dB 'DLM OFF'
09:32:33, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 14673 seconds
05:28:00, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3492Kbps, Up Rate=848Kbps, Down=18.10dB, Up=6.20dB 'PULL MS' 'DLM OFF'
05:27:26, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 11 seconds
05:27:00, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3424Kbps, Up Rate=836Kbps, Down=17.70dB, Up=6.20dB 'PULL MS' 'DLM OFF'
05:26:43, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 81 seconds
05:25:22, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3452Kbps, Up Rate=864Kbps, Down=6.10dB, Up=6.20dB 'Pull Master' 'DLM OFF'
05:24:45, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 95 seconds
05:23:10, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3432Kbps, Up Rate=852Kbps, Down=18.20dB, Up=6.30dB 'Pull Master' 'DLM OFF'
05:22:25, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 122 seconds
05:20:23, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3372Kbps, Up Rate=832Kbps, Down=17.70dB, Up=6.30dB 'Pull Master' 'DLM OFF'
05:19:49, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 66 seconds
05:18:44, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3356Kbps, Up Rate=812Kbps, Down=17.10dB, Up=6.30dB 'Pull Master' 'DLM OFF'
05:17:51, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 27 seconds
05:17:25, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3356Kbps, Up Rate=868Kbps, Down=18.70dB, Up=6.20dB 'Pull Master' 'DLM OFF'
05:16:25, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 106 seconds
05:14:39, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3352Kbps, Up Rate=844Kbps, Down=17.70dB, Up=6.20dB 'Pull Master' 'DLM OFF'
05:13:48, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 18 seconds
05:13:30, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3320Kbps, Up Rate=824Kbps, Down=17.40dB, Up=6.30dB 'Pull Master' 'DLM OFF'
05:12:43, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 109 seconds
05:10:54, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3412Kbps, Up Rate=840Kbps, Down=17.80dB, Up=6.30dB 'Pull Master' 'DLM OFF'
05:10:13, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 87 seconds
05:08:45, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3440Kbps, Up Rate=852Kbps, Down=18.30dB, Up=6.30dB 'Pull Master' 'DLM OFF'
05:08:17, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 99 seconds
05:06:33, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3392Kbps, Up Rate=848Kbps, Down=18.20dB, Up=6.30dB 'Pull Master' 'DLM OFF'
05:06:27, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 95 seconds
05:04:53, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3452Kbps, Up Rate=836Kbps, Down=17.60dB, Up=6.30dB 'Pull Master' 'DLM OFF'
05:04:05, 20 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 66183 seconds
10:41:03, 19 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3564Kbps, Up Rate=840Kbps, Down=17.80dB, Up=6.30dB 'BT RESET' 'DLM OFF'
10:40:16, 19 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 22126 seconds
04:31:30, 19 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3780Kbps, Up Rate=852Kbps, Down=18.40dB, Up=3.20dB 'DLM ON'
04:30:18, 19 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 147012 seconds
11:40:08, 17 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=4304Kbps, Up Rate=860Kbps, Down=18.60dB, Up=3.20dB Openreach 'DLM ON'
09:49:42, 17 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 85112 seconds Openreach 'DLM ON'
00:01:39, 1 Jan.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=4300Kbps, Up Rate=844Kbps, Down=18.00dB, Up=3.20dB
04:35:27, 16 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3936Kbps, Up Rate=860Kbps, Down=18.50dB, Up=3.20dB 'DLM ON'
04:34:40, 16 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 241971 seconds
00:01:38, 1 Jan.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3124Kbps, Up Rate=808Kbps, Down=16.70dB, Up=9.30dB 'DLM ON'
09:19:33, 13 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 105037 seconds
04:08:58, 12 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=2964Kbps, Up Rate=800Kbps, Down=16.50dB, Up=9.30dB 'DLM ON'
04:08:11, 12 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 26422 seconds
00:01:41, 1 Jan.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3436Kbps, Up Rate=856Kbps, Down=18.30dB, Up=6.30dB 'DLM ON'
20:45:31, 11 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 2321 seconds
20:06:50, 11 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3616Kbps, Up Rate=868Kbps, Down=18.80dB, Up=6.20dB 'ADSL2 UG' 'DLM ON'
20:06:03, 11 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 3696 seconds
19:04:27, 11 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3488Kbps, Up Rate=896Kbps, Down=15.00dB, Up=9.90dB 'BT RESET' 'DLM OFF'
19:03:59, 11 Apr.,dsl:ADSL Down: was 107294 seconds
00:01:11, 1 Jan.,dsl:ADSL Up: Rate=3552Kbps, Up Rate=916Kbps, Down=17.00dB, Up=6.30dB 'ADSL MAX' 'DLM OFF'

 

So is DLM now ON or OFF? Also only moves in 3dB steps NORMAL? Does not seam very DYNAMIC.?

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Re: Non Rate Adaptive ADSL(0)Max. ie. DLM switched off 6dB Fixed Margin. BLACKLISTED.

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I will attempt to answer my own questions. In the absence of any meaning full replies.

Please note all my answers refer to 'ADSL Max' aka Adsl0 Zero NOT ADSL2 unless other wise stated.

Please feel free to correct me. I won't throw my toys out of the pram I'm here to learn.

But if its a theory/not relevant but interesting say that. Please don't come up with a theory that contradicts the facts and tell me 'there's your problem'.

This is appreciated but is almost as annoying as being asked questions where the answers are in the original post.

I know I am long winded BUT posts containing loads of voo do do and voo do day, ie hogwash/whitewash, aren't helping the community understand things.

 

1. How do I confirm without waiting 3/5/10/14 days for an SNR change if DLM is active?

2. How do I confirm my SNR is not 'locked' to 6dB?

3. Is my line actually in a 10 day training period if still 'blacklisted' it may not be?

4. Is my line still on a 'blacklist' so if reset in the future DLM will be off and margin 'locked' to 6dB?

 

Q1. How do I confirm without waiting 3/5/10/14 days for an SNR change if DLM is active?

A1. You the customer can't 100%. and they won't tell you.

You can only observe via the WAN log your sync speed and SNR on sync.information page if your connection is showing signs of DLM activity.

If after day 3/5/10/14, you should see a change at approximately these times, you see no change this is a sure sign that DLM is disabled.

OR you can take somebody's assumption of default behavior that this will happen as a fact that is not confirmed by observation.

 

 

Q2. How do I confirm my SNR is not 'locked' to 6dB?

A2. Time consuming/Tricky/Easy one. Same answer as Q1 my log said 6.2dB whatever went on.

OR and I only recommend this one if you are super sure your SNR is locked.

Disconnect your router cable from telephone socket wait five seconds and plug it back in. Wait for net to reconect ie Google comes up and repeat.

After repeatedly doing this 5 times within half an hour you should notice a significant rise in your SNR target, If not likely your SNR is locked. If you repeat this another 6 times within the half hour your line should be classed as 'flapping' and automatically go into stabilisation mode ie. retrain.

 

Q3. Is my line actually in a 10 day training period if still 'blacklisted' it may not be?

A3. This is a simple yet tricky/sticky. The answer to both questions may be the world's record for stuffing marshmallows up one single nostril (604) and World's stickiest bogey) is Toxteth O'Grady, USA. When Rick sarcastically states a fact that Vyvyan is the "world's most stupidest bottom-burp", Neil responds that the Daily Mirror book actually lists Rick's name as the answer.

A3a. Once a line is 'un blacklisted' it should not affect stabilisation period upon rest. This depends on the definition of 'blacklist'. See Q5/A5.

 

Q4. Is my line still on a 'blacklist' so if reset in the future DLM will be off and margin 'locked' to 6dB?

A4. Super tricky/fob off depending from whose point of view/fob off you are looking at and definition of 'blacklist'.

 

Q5. What is a 'blacklist'

A5. In this case having in advance without your knowledge had you/others line tagged or slt reduced will result in a list of people who get sold the fastest RATE ADAPTIVE product as ADVERTISED and DON'T. What else would you like to call it? A list of disadvantaged customers who you miss sell to? Or will you just say i'ts in the t&c which I am to lazy to read.

 

So to sum up.

 

1. How do I confirm without waiting 3/5/10/14 days for an SNR change if DLM is active?

Why would our 'They don't know what there talking about customers' want to know this for, I'll ignore it.

 

2. How do I confirm my SNR is not 'locked' to 6dB?

Why would our 'They don't know what there talking about customers' want to know this for, I'll ignore it.

 

3. Is my line actually in a 10 day training period if still 'blacklisted' it may not be?

Why would our 'They don't know what there talking about customers' want to know this for, I'll ignore it.

 

4. Is my line still on a 'blacklist' so if reset in the future DLM will be off and margin 'locked' to 6dB?

Why would our 'They don't know what there talking about customers' want to know this for, I'll ignore it.

 

5. What is a blacklist.

We don't have them . But I'll sell you some non rate adaptive ADSL Max as rate adaptive and say there's no ADSL2 in the exchange.

If the computer won't let me sell it then it can't possibly exist can it? Yes if it is on a BLACKLIST.

 

Oh and in 14 days time if I prove you have turned off DLM and Fixed my SNR, and you've been lying to me, what do I do?

Watch this space.

 

So if you can be bothered please actually check my line parameters and change any that mite be conceived as a BLACKLIST.

 

And don't presume it will be all ok.

 

 

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Re: Non Rate Adaptive ADSL(0)Max. ie. DLM switched off 6dB Fixed Margin. BLACKLISTED.

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I could always take the BT schilling. Like my neighbor.

£19.99 a month FREE internet.

What a deal I can hear you reading what's the catch you may ask?

You're not allowed to complain about your internet!

Great you might say.

Not If the person taking there schilling shares a line with you. Every time it goes off it takes mine with it.

It is not fair to GAG PEOPLE when it has consequences for other customers. But they do.

So I've got to phone Openreach tomorrow to get next doors line fixed to fix my line.

Try getting CS to do that. They won't I've tried.
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Non Rate Adaptive ADSL(0)Max. ie. DLM switched off 6dB Fixed Margin. BLACKLISTED.

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So......

 

As the shadow of engineer 27 undarkens my door step and 60meters of next doors' drop wire makes it to the big scrap yard in the sky.

My neighbor, still sat on his backside, is now laughing like a drain.

Four inch split in cable, guts hanging out rammed into a tree now with no bark on it.

It's been like that for at least 12 Months.

A problem so simple a school child if asked would have pointed and said 'Well there's your problem'.

But no the neighbor having taken the BT schilling get his you can't complain about the internet fixed twice within a month whilst still accepting the BT schilling.

Openrach/BT claiming' We've never heard of a neighboring customers fault affect another customer. First time in 14 years I've seen this says No. 27'.

 

 

My internet may or may not be finally fixed after 12 months and 26 + engineers despite:-

100+ hours waiting in.

100+ hours on the phone.

and rapidly approaching 100+ hours on this forum.

BT have offered me in way of compensation a shilling and a, to be paid by me, a £5 a month subscription to watch the AMC channel only supplied by the internet that is too slow for tv to be ordered! and no complaining. Am I stupid?

The computer won't let them give me Entertainment pack for £7.50. As long as I remember to only watch/record one channel at a time, and don't complain, it would have been fine.

But oh no the computer say no and off to ADR. I thougt till I recieved this. No deadlock letter then. Resolved! Ha.!

We've closed your complaint
Hello Mr Blunt,

Thanks for getting in touch with us recently. We're pleased we could help.

We've now closed your complaint, reference VOL013-XXXXXXXXXXXX.
If you need to talk more about your complaint, or you're not happy with how we dealt with it, please call us on 0800 800 150 (it's a free number).
For more information about the process we followed, you can read our code of practice at bt.com/complaintscode

Thanks,
Customer care team

 

What? No Deadlock letter and GDPR personal information as you promised?

 

So......

 

I now hope that the affair my and my neighbors modems have been having over the past 12months is finally over.

All this going up and down in unison, we have logs, is finally over I pray.

If only they had reproduce and given us multiple bonded ADSLs. That we could cope with.

 

So......Finaly getting back on point.

 

Sync time now 2 Days 23 Hours 30 Minutes aprx I have no internet connection?

15:55:33, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 connectivity to (pbthdm.bt.mo) has been closed
15:55:31, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 connectivity to (pbthdm.bt.mo) has been initiated
15:55:31, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 receiving InformResponse message
15:55:30, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 event found : 4 VALUE CHANGE
15:55:29, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 sending Inform message
15:55:28, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 event found : 4 VALUE CHANGE
15:55:26, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 sending Inform message
15:55:24, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 creating new session with ACS
15:53:26, 30 Apr.,:WAN: SENSING AUTO ADSL
15:53:22, 30 Apr.,ppp1:PPP: PPP INFO 81.139.57.100,81.139.56.100
15:53:16, 30 Apr.,ppp1:PPP: PPP INFO
15:53:09, 30 Apr.,ppp:PPP: IPCP_NAK
15:53:09, 30 Apr.,ppp:PPP: CHAP_SUCCESS
15:53:09, 30 Apr.,ppp:PPP: CHAP_RESPONSE
15:53:09, 30 Apr.,ppp:PPP: LCP_REQUEST
15:53:09, 30 Apr.,ppp:PPP: LCP_GOOD_ACK
15:53:06, 30 Apr.,:Connection has been terminated: remote station is not answering to LCP Echo requests.
15:53:02, 30 Apr.,:Connection to the Internet has been terminated.(Reboot,Reconfiguration,forced termination)
15:53:01, 30 Apr.,ppp1:Connection to the Internet has been terminated.(Reboot,Reconfiguration,forced termination)
15:37:10, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
15:37:10, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS

Sync time now 2 Days 23 Hours 32 Minutes I have an internet connection again?

 

I have started a separate thread on this. Please don't merge it into this one it is a totally separate subject/problem.

 

PPP Dropouts during day. remote station is not answering to LCP Echo requests

 

So......

Ignoring that. After 302039 seconds or 3.49582176 days of sync DLM kicked in!

04:49:12, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 connectivity to (pbthdm.bt.mo) has been closed
04:49:09, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 connectivity to (pbthdm.bt.mo) has been initiated
04:49:09, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 receiving InformResponse message
04:49:08, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 event found : 4 VALUE CHANGE
04:49:07, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 sending Inform message
04:49:06, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 event found : 4 VALUE CHANGE
04:49:05, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 sending Inform message
04:49:02, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 creating new session with ACS
04:47:37, 01 May.,ppp1:PPP: PPP INFO 81.139.57.100,81.139.56.100
04:47:36, 01 May.,:WAN: SENSING AUTO ADSL
04:47:36, 01 May.,ppp1:PPP: PPP INFO
04:47:31, 01 May.,ppp:PPP: IPCP_NAK
04:47:31, 01 May.,ppp:PPP: CHAP_SUCCESS
04:47:31, 01 May.,ppp:PPP: CHAP_RESPONSE
04:47:31, 01 May.,ppp:PPP: LCP_REQUEST
04:47:29, 01 May.,ppp:PPP: LCP_GOOD_ACK
04:47:22, 01 May.,atm0.35:connection ATM_TV connected
04:47:22, 01 May.,atm0.38:connection ATM_DATA connected
04:47:22, 01 May.,dsl:ADSL link Up: Down Rate=3976Kbps, Up Rate=840Kbps, SNR Margin Down=6.30dB, SNR Margin Up=3.20dB
04:46:52, 01 May.,:connection ATM_DATA disconnected.[ERROR_USER_DISCONNECT]
04:46:52, 01 May.,:Connection to the Internet has been terminated.(Reboot,Reconfiguration,forced termination)
04:46:43, 01 May.,ppp1:Connection to the Internet has been terminated.(Reboot,Reconfiguration,forced termination)
04:46:40, 01 May.,:connection ATM_TV disconnected.[ERROR_USER_DISCONNECT]
04:46:34, 01 May.,dsl:ADSL Link Down: duration was 302039 seconds
03:48:24, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
03:48:24, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
02:45:38, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
02:45:38, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
02:18:10, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
02:18:10, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
00:34:27, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
00:34:27, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
00:20:37, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
00:20:37, 01 May.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
23:00:58, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
23:00:58, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
22:52:05, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
22:52:05, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
21:51:16, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
21:51:16, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
19:23:18, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
19:23:17, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
19:15:29, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
19:15:29, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
17:32:02, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
17:32:02, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
17:21:23, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
17:21:23, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
16:25:40, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
16:25:40, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
16:24:29, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest Failed
16:24:29, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 ConnectionRequest: processing request from ACS
15:55:33, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 connectivity to (pbthdm.bt.mo) has been closed
15:55:31, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 connectivity to (pbthdm.bt.mo) has been initiated
15:55:31, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 receiving InformResponse message
15:55:30, 30 Apr.,ppp1:TR69 event found : 4 VALUE CHANGE

 

Resulting in this. My best ever result in 12 Months. And a shiny 3dB SNR target.

How long that will last depends now on the DSLAM and not a BT/Openreach employee I hope.

What's with all the errors I don't know.

 

SpeeDLM3db.jpg

 

Note ping now actually on fast path not interleaved. A Hub 6A never lies / sarcasm.

 

So......

 

Has my issue been resolved?

Well as you may expect from me YES and NO.

 

YES. As long as if in the future my line is reset it remains DLM on with a 'floating' SNR target.

This will rely on local conditions remaing unpeculiar. Super great champion. It could be worse I could have won a speed boat.

Time will tell, or the Mods could give some feedback maybe.

 

NO. The PPP dropouts that case management were meant to sort out from December, We have logs, are still happening.

 

So......

 

What happens next?

I don't know. My crystal ball is in my other pair of trousers.

But there are two things I can tell you.

1. I will keep this thread updated with my DLM SNR and SYNC observations.

2. I will keep my PPP issue updated in its' appropriate thread.

 

I hope my now 300+ hours and 273 Meters of digging can be of help to others.

 

Please note the only reason I started this thread was because I had done my research and I knew in advance a Mod and only a Mod could remove my upload cap.

Whilst taking no prisoners in this 15 day quest, 14 days on phone 1 day on here I thought.(Should stop thinking BT don't seam to like there customers to posses a brain, most incontinent gets in the way of the techno babble.)

 

I do apologies to any non Mods who got caught in the cross fire.

 

The picture of James Blunt is there as way of a warning. I  am, on occasion whether provoked or not, a secret fan of the aptly named Mr. Blunt.

I say it as I observe it, not see it, and I like things precise and clear not clouded by techno babble BS wrapped up with a dose of reading between the lines things that don't exist and I am not saying..

This may be perceived by some as me being a Thomas the tank fan. I assure you I most certainly am not. Well not today anyway.

 

So......

To be continued? Maybe. I hope not if PPP fault magically disappears. Pigs fully fed and ready to fly.

To be updated? YES. With good news I hope. I don't like to complain i'm lazy. /s

As for the bunting, it's back in the shed for the next 14 days, and I will update this then unless in the mean time it goes all Pete Tong.

Did I mention the word BLACKLISTED?

 

Toys back in pram.

 

Comments please.

 

 

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Re: Non Rate Adaptive ADSL(0)Max. ie. DLM switched off 6dB Fixed Margin. BLACKLISTED.

Go to solution

An update.

01/05/19 9:03 pm

My line was tested non invasive at 9:03pm by usual tinkle tinkle pause ding of my phone when this is done.

 

02/05/19 9:08am

My line was tested invasive? ding ding ding ding. Resulting in resync.

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And this. MY BEST EVER EVER.

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Re: Non Rate Adaptive ADSL(0)Max. ie. DLM switched off 6dB Fixed Margin. BLACKLISTED.

Go to solution

https://www.btplc.com/SINet/SINs/pdf/472v2p9.pdf

And an answer?

The bottom one 'my tag' issue?

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DLM issues?

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My caps don't exist issue and then they do?

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Why BT not Openreach is responsible for CAP? Ignore 4.4.5

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? I need THERAPY?

Edit.

Can a mix of all this ammount to a BLACKLIST it sure can!

 

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