I've never been entirely satisfied with my download speed safter an unspecified "incident" that was cleared through these forums some months ago ...
Could someone with consioderably more knowledge than I kindly comment on these figures please?
I see a consitent 10MB/s now but in the past it was 16+ ...
|Link Power State||L0|
|Line Coding (Trellis)||On||On|
|SNR Margin (dB)||12.1||5.8|
|Output Power (dBm)||0.0||12.7|
|Attainable Rate (Kbps)||12136||1248|
|MSGc (# of bytes in overhead channel message)||51||12|
|B (# of bytes in Mux Data Frame)||213||38|
|M (# of Mux Data Frames in FEC Data Frame)||1||1|
|T (Mux Data Frames over sync bytes)||2||4|
|R (# of check bytes in FEC Data Frame)||0||0|
|S (ratio of FEC over PMD Data Frame length)||0.5704||0.9936|
|L (# of bits in PMD Data Frame)||3001||314|
|D (interleaver depth)||1||1|
|INP (DMT symbol)||0.00||0.00|
|Super Frame Errors||72413||908|
|RS Correctable Errors||0||0|
|RS Uncorrectable Errors||0||0|
How long has that connection been established as there are quit a few errored seconds?
The max rate is only 12136, so you are unlikely to see any improvement.
DLM has increased the noise margin to help reduce errors.
Is there any noise on your phone calls?
are you currently using the test socket with a filter to see if that helps and also try QLT from the filter see if hiss disappears
I think your line is capable of 19-20 Meg sync which will correspond with the 16+ Meg throughput you've previously seen.
Try plugging your router into the hidden test socket that is revealed when you remove the bottom half of the split faceplate (2 screws) of your master socket. Only do this if you have a split faceplate. Do you have any extension sockets? Are there any wires connected to back of faceplate?
Post your full Router Stats when plugged into test socket.
Try the BT Quiet Line Test (dial 17070 Opt 2), preferably with a corded phone, in the test socket with the router disconnected. If there is any noise, report to your landline provider as a voice fault (don't mention Broadband). Often sorting out voice faults will fix the Broadband as well.
Plugged into the Master Socket: interesting?
Traffic Type ATM
Link Power State L0
Line Coding (Trellis) On On
SNR Margin (dB) 12.0 6.1
Attenuation (dB) 20.5 8.3
Output Power (dBm) 0.0 12.6
Attainable Rate (Kbps) 14296 1244
Rate (Kbps) 14231 1247
MSGc (# of bytes in overhead channel message) 51 12
B (# of bytes in Mux Data Frame) 253 38
M (# of Mux Data Frames in FEC Data Frame) 1 1
T (Mux Data Frames over sync bytes) 2 4
R (# of check bytes in FEC Data Frame) 0 0
S (ratio of FEC over PMD Data Frame length) 0.5699 0.9936
L (# of bits in PMD Data Frame) 3565 314
D (interleaver depth) 1 1
Delay (msec) 0 0
INP (DMT symbol) 0.00 0.00
Super Frames 0 0
Super Frame Errors 468 0
RS Words 0 173642
RS Correctable Errors 0 0
RS Uncorrectable Errors 0 0
HEC Errors 28 0
OCD Errors 0 0
LCD Errors 0 0
Total Cells 1481301 116032
Data Cells 48676 7519
Bit Errors 0 0
Total ES 19 0
Total SES 11 0
Total UAS 152 141
were you using an extension socket before? do you use an phone extension cable to reach the phone socket and connect router
moving to master has improved your conenction speed