Thanks. I had been reading through that info, hence the question about ILQ.
Presumable BT run a Standard (aggressive) profile?
It would be helpful to know from the horse's mouth how the line is currently categorised and some indication of recovery time... It's not like Im asking for a logic diagram or anything although that would certainly make me pee a little with excitement 😉
I note the page say FTTC has a fixed SNR of 6db as far as the DLM system is concerned. I might suggest this is out dated certainly on Huawei kit...
DLM will increase your speed when it has decided that it has a stable line. There is nothing you can do to speed the process up and going by experience and reading other threads on this forum it can but not necessarily will take a couple of weeks for this to happen.
BT will not entertain any request for a DLM reset until sufficient time has elapsed for DLM to have done its job.
If there is no improvement in a couple of weeks post back along with your stats and there may be some thing that can be done.
Thanks for the reply.
Yeah, I get that (without an inside man) I have to let the process play out. BT... big consumer customer base to support and all that...
However, I'm still gonna look to pick-up knowledge ... perhaps a different forum will be more appropriate for my ramblings...
nothing in stats that shows internet connection time as stable connection for a few weeks at least is need for any improvement to happen
Can anybody say what the MTB errors and MTB retrains constitute an trigger (counter increase) for the perspective of a DLM on a G.INP Cabinet?
has your interleaving been reset yet?
my stuck on 800 since last week hasnt moved since then