I've just come across an excellent app for monitoring the HG612 modem. It displays graphs of attenuation, SNR, bit loading, errors etc, like the well-known Routerstats programme. Note it only works on an unlocked modem.
It's called rs-ux and is available for Windows and Linux http://sourceforge.net/projects/rsux/
Here's some screenshots
That's down to an error in the Huawei firmware http://huaweihg612hacking.wordpress.com/2011/09/18/patching-the-line-attenuation-bug/
Ooo DLM wouldn't like that.
Thats a nice program indeed, thanks for sharing this info.
the tones graph is very interesting to me as seem to have a big dip in the 582.1875Khz and sometimes you can see
CRC errors when house lights are turned off and on But I think it's the oil central heating system kicking in & out thermostat stuff you can hear a pop from My Speakers when it fires up
There is this one too, comprising newly released compiled Windows programs based on the original batch file scripts version, allowing fully automated & unattended logging/graphing on user defined schedules if required.
Resyncs are now detected & the data immediately logged & optionally graphed at the time:-
Dot Net needs to be installed to make use of the settings editor program, but a text based configuration file can be easily edited with Notepad for users who don't wish to install .Net (XP users mainly as Vista upward comes with .Net pre-installed anyway).
Full instructions are included in the zip file which should be unzipped to C:\ ensuring expand folders or equivalent option is switched on.
That will create the default folders structure & populate them with the relevant programs etc.
Once unzipped, navigate to the Scripts folder & view the instructions then fine tune everything via "HG612 Settings Editor.exe" or manually edit "HG612_stats.ini" to get started.
Attenuation per band is displayed in the "Ongoing" graphs.
Support & any queries/feeback here:-
Do you know if the error reports are broken in this? (FEC)