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Leathal
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join:2002-02-09
canada
kudos:2
reply to shmore2

Re: low snr

That means nothing to the rest of us. Please post your full stats.

Leathal


shmore2

@sympatico.ca
Alright here are my line stats, im using a speadstream 5200 that they just sent me i have been using the nortel modem since the service started

--- DSL Status
DSL State - Up

Tx Rx
CRC Errors 2 1898
FEC Errors 0 0
HEC Errors 0 0
NCD Errors 0 0
LCD Errors 0 0
LOS Errors - 0
SEF Errors - 0

--- ATU-R Channel Info
Current Tx Rate - 800000
Previous Tx Rate - 0

--- ATU-C Channel Info
Current Tx Rate - 2112000
Previous Tx Rate - 0

--- ATU-R Physical Layer Info
Current SNR Margin - 5.0
Current Attenuation - 50.5
Current Status:
No defects detected
No loss of framing detected
No loss of signal detected
No loss of power detected
No loss of signal quality detected

--- ATU-R Line Status
Line Coding - DMT
Line Type - Fast
Actual ADSL Mode - G.DMT
Requested ADSL Mode - Multi


Leathal
Premium
join:2002-02-09
canada
kudos:2
You should try connecting your modem to the demarc coming outside your house; where the main line comes into a box, then your house wires run out of into your home. If you don't have a phone jack at your demarc, you will need to disconnect your phone lines from the demarc and connect your modem directly to the main line.

I have seen one case were a friend of mine had a short in his house which caused his DSL performance to be low. Once he ran all new wires to the outside box, and the Bell guy it was good he started to get proper speeds.

Leathal