If anyone is able to understand these stats, could you give an educated guess on what the maximum attainable speed would be. Things have changed slightly since I used ADSL and Line Attenuation was simple to read and work out before I moved to Virgin.
|Connection Speed (Kbps)||70442||20000|
|Line Attenuation (dB)||DS1:7.5 DS2:15.8 DS3:23.7||US0:5.1 US1:14.0 US2:19.0|
|Noise Margin (dB)||DS1:6.2 DS2:6.1 DS3:6.1||US0:11.5 US1:11.0 US2:11.2|
No idea. Does your modem not report max attainable speed directly, most do? If not re-connect a Home Hub temporarily.
Enter your phone number and post results remember delete number http://www.dslchecker.bt.com/adsl/adslchecker.welcome
The below is from the BT checker, I appriciate I am just out the Clean range and still within the impacted.
I was hoping someone would be able to make a guesstimate as you were able to with Adsl packages with a calculator.
|VDSL Range A (Clean)||80||71.9||20||19||66.4||Waiting list||Waiting list|
|VDSL Range B (Impacted)||80||68.5||20||19||61.9||Waiting list||Waiting list|
|G.fast Range A (Clean)||293.8||211.7||47.9||23.5||187||Amber||Amber|
|G.fast Range B (Impacted)||256.4||187.6||33.9||16.5||172.2||Amber||Amber|
Unfortunately no charts like adsl. As @licquorice said if you connect hub then that will show attainable not to say you will ever reach that though
have you tried test socket with filter to see if that improves connection?
as your noise margin is about normal 6db suggests attainable just above actual
great connection just took a bit time to settle