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Homehub 5 (Type A)

I had a Homehub 5 (Type A) turn in my letterbox yesterday, unannounced.

 

Soooo, I connected it up yesterday evening and it instantly synced up at 75/19.5 happy days.

 

However, I've just checked and the connection rebooted (CWMP) a couple of hours ago.

 

Now it's

 

Line state:Connected
Connection time:0 days, 01:57:48
Downstream:63.25 Mbps
Upstream:19.53 Mbps

 

What's going on? 😞

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Re: Homehub 5 (Type A)

noise margin about normal or scope for improvement?



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Re: Homehub 5 (Type A)

It's currently at 6.5 so that's where my speed has gone.
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Re: Homehub 5 (Type A)

it looks like the small amount above normal can have a significant effect on your speed unlike adsl which 6.5db would be classified normal



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Re: Homehub 5 (Type A)

Yeah. I'm just bemused why CWMP decided to change some options and do a reboot.
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Re: Homehub 5 (Type A)

Another day another reboot

 

Connection time:0 days, 10:19:23
Downstream:63.31 Mbps
Upstream:19.53 Mbps

 

5. VDSL uptime:0 days, 10:18:45
6. Data rate:19999 / 64829
7. Maximum data rate:27428 / 77857
8. Noise margin:7.5 / 6.5

 

What is CWMP playing at?

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Re: Homehub 5 (Type A)

Hrm, that looks like my figures from yesterday, in fact very similar:

5. VDSL uptime:0 days, 01:08:07
6. Data rate:20000 / 66606
7. Maximum data rate:22997 / 76998
8. Noise margin:7.5 / 6.7
9. Line attenuation:0.0 / 16.4

 

 

....Are they up to something?

Had some nasty problems this morning too, now I have a 6.0 / 6.5 noise margin and a sync speed of 56Mbps

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Re: Homehub 5 (Type A)

Well, only they know what they're doing and so far, they ain't saying nothing 😉
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Re: Homehub 5 (Type A)

Well it's broken through the 1 day uptime limit. I wonder if I'll ever see full speed again? 😞

 

5. VDSL uptime:1 days, 07:51:05
6. Data rate:19999 / 64975
7. Maximum data rate:27571 / 77571
8. Noise margin:7.9 / 6.5
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Re: Homehub 5 (Type A)

Your noise margin figures seem to fluctuate as much as mine.

However, there's still only 3 resets of connection in what is now 6 days. There was one reboot on day 2, which resulted in a defined date of software version install.

Similar reduction in down speed, but the upload speed is improving slowly - now at around 16.5, from 12 at the start.

 

I can imagine that a small change in noise margin (dB) will produce a larger change on download speed than ADSL2.

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