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ardsar
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Message 21 of 40

Re: ASUS DSL-AC68U AC1900 - anyone tried this on infinity?

One last try with the Asus. As soon as i pluged it in, i was getting crc errors building - even though my s/n is now 9db and my sync speed 6M lower than before. I've now changed the Tx Power control to -3db as suggested by others. Its early but seems to make an improvement. I wonder if the asus has a higher transmit power which in the end interferes with the downstream channel.......I did notice that my upload has always been higher with the Asus compared with the home hub.

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Arronleeds
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Message 22 of 40

Re: ASUS DSL-AC68U AC1900 - anyone tried this on infinity?

you might not have to wait 2 weeks for dlm. when i lived with my mum she had sky fibre which is basically the same as bt apart from the latency is better and after a solid 100 hours uptime interleave was removed and speeds went back up.

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simoncraddock
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Re: ASUS DSL-AC68U AC1900 - anyone tried this on infinity?

Just purchased the DSL-AC68U and despite help from ASUS I've been unable to maintain a connection longer than 12 minutes unless I set the db to 9db, which destroys my download speeds. Looks like this box isn't ready for BT Infinity 2 yet so unless ASUS can pull off a miracle in the next 24 hrs and resolve this its going back to PC World as unfit for purpose. For £159 I expected better.

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hifistud
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Message 24 of 40

Re: ASUS DSL-AC68U AC1900 - anyone tried this on infinity?

I've firewalled pbthdm.bt.mo to prevent the TR69 stuff from interfering (it was), set the -3dB setting and all seems pretty stable. The DSL-AC68U is definitely performing better than the HH5 was. Where I was getting two or three dropouts per day, I've had none in the last 36 hours and my speeds are pretty much where they were prior to the unit going in - slightly better, if anything.
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simoncraddock
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Re: ASUS DSL-AC68U AC1900 - anyone tried this on infinity?

try these settings

 

Stability Adjustment (VDSL): disabled
Tx Power Control (VDSL): disabled
Rx AGC GAIN Adjustment (VDSL): stable
UPBO - upstream power back off (VDSL): enabled
SRA (Seamless Rate Adaptation): enabled
Bitswap: disabled
VDSL Profile: 17a
Improved Impulse Noise Protection (G.998.4): enabled

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ardsar
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Message 26 of 40

Re: ASUS DSL-AC68U AC1900 - anyone tried this on infinity?

I see talk in another forum that it is the bitswap option that causes the instability. Turning this off stablises the line.

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stevebrass
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Message 27 of 40

Re: ASUS DSL-AC68U AC1900 - anyone tried this on infinity?

fritzbox VDSL modem/routers have some good reviews.

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stytch87
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Message 28 of 40

Re: ASUS DSL-AC68U AC1900 - anyone tried this on infinity?

having some issues with the DSL-AC68U working with bt vision, on the extra channels like bt sport getting lots of pixilation and static/green interference. i use vdsl straight in as i got this to replace home hub 5 which i felt was utterly appalling. apart from this problem this thing is a freaking beast!

has anyone else had a similar issue with bt vision and this router? and what could i do to remedy this problem?

thanks so much
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TimCurtis
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Message 29 of 40

Re: ASUS DSL-AC68U AC1900 - anyone tried this on infinity?

I've just got this router & so far it works fine with YouView if that's any help.

 

 

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TimCurtis
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Re: ASUS DSL-AC68U AC1900 - anyone tried this on infinity?


@simoncraddock wrote:

try these settings

 

Stability Adjustment (VDSL): disabled
Tx Power Control (VDSL): disabled
Rx AGC GAIN Adjustment (VDSL): stable
UPBO - upstream power back off (VDSL): enabled
SRA (Seamless Rate Adaptation): enabled
Bitswap: disabled
VDSL Profile: 17a
Improved Impulse Noise Protection (G.998.4): enabled


Where do we set these as I see nowhere in the GUI to do it?

 

Telnet?

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