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Line Attn. SNR

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Line Attn. SNR

I have done a recent ASDL Status check on my Router results as follows:-

Max Tx -38 dBm/Hz

Down / Up
SNR Margin 5.6 / 20 dB
Line Attn. 57.3 / 31.5 dB
Errored Seconds 50205 / 555
Loss of Signal 68 / 68
Loss of Frame 0 / 0
CRC Errors 223 / 0
Data Rate 2272 / 288 kbps
Latency Fast / Fast

can anyone tell me what my MAX DSL upgrade speed would be I am a constant 2M at present.

Don't want to end up worst off.
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Registered: 05-04-2007

Line Attn. SNR

Your downstream SNR is 5.6db, maxDSL trains to a target of 6db. The higher the speed you are on the lower your SNR.

With you SNR already that low, I doubt you'd be any better off on maxDSL than you are already tbh.
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Line Attn. SNR

Completely agree with Daniel but something seems a bit odd.
Given the original BTw parameters there is no way they would have provisioned you at 2MB speeds with that attenuation (I had 50dB attenuation and the most they would give was 1MB).
Now either something has slipped through the net or your line quality has changed since you were connected.
This might be worth following up.
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Line Attn. SNR

As I am getting better than expected speed wise I think better to let sleeping dogs lie. Unless there is a reason to enquire?
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Line Attn. SNR

Just to eliminate any problems which could be easily resolved, you could try using the test socket behind the master socket with no other telephone equipment connected and see if that improves the stats. If it doesn't, stick with 2MB.
jelv (a.k.a Spoon Whittler)
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