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Interleave Depth: 96

zetlandpaul
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Registered: 03-09-2011

Interleave Depth: 96

My router is reporting that my downstream connection is running with an interleave depth of 96.  Is this something I should be concerned about?  If so how do I get it changed?
It is probably relevant that 1 month ago I had a line fault that was fixed by BT.  There was a break in one conductor close to the cabinet.  Service has been stable since though I have occasionally rebooted the router in case that would automatically pick up a revised setting.  Last time today at c. 06:50 after running for 7 days.
Thanks for any advice.
Router stats:
Downstream
Noise Margin:    3.4  dB
Connection Rate:  15680 Kbps
Line Attenuation: 30.5  dB
Power:            0.0  dBm
Max Rate:        18872 Kbps

SuperFrames:      644552
SF (CRC) Errors:  6
Reed Solomon:    143090644
RS Corrected:    649617
RS Un-Corrected:  219
HEC:              5
Errored Seconds:  5
Severe ES:        0
Interleave Depth: 96
Bitswaps:        920
Upstream
Noise Margin:    6.0  dB
Connection Rate:  1164  Kbps
Line Attenuation: 15.4  dB
Power:            12.9  dBm
Max Rate:        1164  Kbps

SuperFrames:      587956
SF (CRC) Errors:  0
Reed Solomon:    0
RS Corrected:    0
RS Un-Corrected:  0
HEC:              0
Errored Seconds:  0
Severe ES:        0
Interleave Depth: 1
Bitswaps:        0
Summary
Total Uptimes (From SF counts):
WAN:  0 days, 02:54:39
LAN:  0 days, 02:54:39


CRC:  6
LOS:  0
LOF:  0
ES :  5
Bytes Transferred (ppp0):
  Tx: 28241158 (26.9 MiB)
  Rx: 53727371 (51.2 MiB)
  IP address: 87.114.***.***
1 REPLY
goldenfibre
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Registered: 01-06-2010

Re: Interleave Depth: 96

It mean u are interleaved on because of
RS Corrected:    649617
RS Un-Corrected:  219