i dont undertsand how g.inp works? is it basically another form of dlm or does it work along side dlm? and how is it possible to tell if g.inp is active.
It seems to be an alternative to Interleaving and INP. If a data packet is damaged by noise then the damaged bits are retransmitted down a separate data channel and it is repaired on the fly.
i get what you mean, guess it would make dlm less likely to kick in at that rate then, i wonder if my dlm was triggered by g.inp because whenever i had dlm on before, i was still getting crc errors aswell as fec errors and today ive not had one single crc error and thats never happened in the 8 or 9 months ive been checking.
ive just read some info on that link that tells you about it and it says that with g.inp on, it will say bearer 0 and bearer 1 in the modem stats.
my modem doesnt show the bearer part but the guy who posted the info in the link said he used dslstats software and maybes thats the only way to get it to show, maybe it shows all the added info that doesnt usually show within the modem stats.