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bulldog147
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Re: BT G.INP?

It totally untrue about latency will doubled if g.inp was enabled. Because mine before g.inp was 12ms ping then after g.inp was put on the ping still the same 12ms.

 

Using my own Billion 8800NL VDSL router thought.

 

I believe G.INP are proved a success by BT.

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Barry57
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Message 82 of 138

Re: BT G.INP?

Maybe it modem router realted that causing the latency ,  if the modem  dosen't fully support this transmission setting?

 

This graph has been posted a few times on kitz and btretails sister isp plusnet.

^ http://aastatus.net/apost.cgi?incident=2115

 

 

So to be on the safe side Zyxels 8324/8924 & 3300 plus the billion 8800 are known to work well with the new line settings.

 

Other modems such as the normal eci/r*  tplinks possably asus seem to have latency issues ? 

 

*(my unlocked eci/r has all the transmission settings in place under the get stat command 🙂

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dlmfun
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Message 83 of 138

Re: BT G.INP?

G.inp is confusing lol,whats the difference between bearer 1 and bearer 2, it says i have delay but i dont.

 

http://gyazo.com/a3d03cfaa3ae774f685992add335e5b1

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Message 84 of 138

Re: BT G.INP?

There is no bearer 2 🙂

Bearer 0 is your data channel
Bearer 1 is the g.Inp retransmit channel.
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dlmfun
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Message 85 of 138

Re: BT G.INP?

thats what i meant ray silly me :P, it says i have interleave on but i dont, i guess g.inp is basically interleave without the delay. its made my line so much cleaner its amazing. at this rate dlm will never drop my speeds again. il happily stay with bt if its doesnt until the end of the contract.

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MrNorma
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Message 86 of 138

Re: BT G.INP?

Seems I have had this enabled in my new cabinet and I was provided with a HH5 Type A. Should I be requesting a type B?
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Message 87 of 138

Re: BT G.INP?

I think Openreach started off supplying modems that had a matching chipset with the cabinets but the sub-contractors they employed were probably unaware of that policy.

 

I don't know if BT are aware of the difference between the HH5 A and the HH5 B or the importance of it as they have always said the A and B are the same and you can't choose between them.

 

This policy may be due for a rethink.

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Message 88 of 138

Re: BT G.INP?


@MrNorma wrote:
Seems I have had this enabled in my new cabinet and I was provided with a HH5 Type A. Should I be requesting a type B?

Do you seriously think BT will replace all their HH5 Type A's with Type B?

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@licquorice wrote:

@MrNorma wrote:
Seems I have had this enabled in my new cabinet and I was provided with a HH5 Type A. Should I be requesting a type B?

Do you seriously think BT will replace all their HH5 Type A's with Type B?


It looks like they are supplying a device which is not fit for purpose any longer.

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Message 90 of 138

Re: BT G.INP?


@ray_dorset wrote:

@licquorice wrote:

@MrNorma wrote:
Seems I have had this enabled in my new cabinet and I was provided with a HH5 Type A. Should I be requesting a type B?

Do you seriously think BT will replace all their HH5 Type A's with Type B?


It looks like they are supplying a device which is not fit for purpose any longer.


I don't think so!!

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