even if his line has low attenuation which I agree would usually resemble more than 70+ considering mine is 13.1dB but surely there are signs of interference as his SNR is as low as his cabinet will allow?
I'm getting 56mb on wire via BT Wholesale so the difference would help with the amount of devices connected to the network. I game a lot as well, and the extra mb would help out. I know it's only 20-25mb. However, if the cabinet doesn't support the difference then i will have to live with it. I guess going from Virgin -> BT is a big hit for me, as i moved house and was getting 362mb. It's only BT and the other sharing providers that's availiable in my area.
The main concern i had was when i first joined BT i was getting 50-56mb anyway, so makes me think i was originally on Infinity 2 instead of Infinity 1 to begin with. When i renewed my contract they said they had upgraded me to infinity 2, but didn't notice anything different in speed.
Gaming actually uses very little bandwidth.
You could try getting another engineer visit to see if they can improve things.
Thanks, so based on the results i posted nothing can be done?
As mentioned i have had two engineers out and all they did was reset the DLM and checked the cabinet. Is it just the type of cabinet to be unfortuante to receive the max sync at 60mb?
Engineers said that 80/20 was compatable hence my thread, so was confused.
@Knights unfortunately nobody knows how a line will react based on its environmental conditions. You can make an estimation and say yes theoretically I would guess you would hit 70Mbps sync easily with your line length but due to SNR on your line no it is not possible and with the cab being ECI like me your not able to go to 3dB margin with G.INP support