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EchoLife HG612 Ver.B Modem

goldenfibre
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EchoLife HG612 Ver.B Modem

My BT Openreach Modem with V100R001C01B028SP10_unlocked A2pv6C030b.d22g firmware with 24 hours ongoing connection. Can see full sync rate with better max line rate and less errors on the line. Downstream FEC errors was 31 and HEC errors was 42 but CRC errors is zero in 24 hours period. Are these look good or bad?
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GeordieMark
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Re: EchoLife HG612 Ver.B Modem

Complete opposite for me, put in an unless HG612 and the errors shot up so DLM has put me on interleaved and I'm syncing about 4 meg lower
goldenfibre
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Re: EchoLife HG612 Ver.B Modem

I can't remember if the FEC, HEC, CRC errors count went over 2000 in a 24 hours period then DLM will be hit! Am I right?
hex
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Re: EchoLife HG612 Ver.B Modem

I don't think you should be concerned at all with those kind of stats - you must be very close to the cabinet and have plenty of attainable sync available past the max.    BTW the hg612 web interface has a little bug - the FEC count listed is actually supposed to be CRC errors (FEC errors would suggest you have interleaving on) and CRC count shown should be  RSUncorr.
goldenfibre
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Re: EchoLife HG612 Ver.B Modem

That's why I thought why the CRC errors stay zero can't be right? So, I have to remember FEC mean CRC instead. Yes, my cabinet is round the back of my house, only a minute walk! Wink
I have attached dslstats average errors below: