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Re: [Modem] DSL Losing Sync
Thanks for the help, I've run out of daylight so I'll continue tomorrow and reply here.
actions · 2012-Apr-3 9:12 pm · (locked)
You should also check the dsl line stats with the modem connected to the nid test jack
actions · 2012-Apr-3 9:13 pm · (locked)
I have done the checks you recommended.
At the NID:
To Modem To Internet
Data Rate (kbps) 3552 384
SNR Margin (dB) 13.0 8.0
Line Attenuation (dB) 45.5 27.0
Output power (dBm) 12.8 8.4
Loss of signal 0 204
Loss of frame 0 0
CRC Errors 129 52
140 Current Rate 3552 384
141 Previous Rate 0 0
142 DSL Max Rate 4212 480
144 Current ATTN DR 7840 416
145 Current SNRM 12.5 8.0
146 Current LATN 45.5 27.0
147 Current SATN - -
148 Current TP 12.8 8.4
DSL sync dropped 4 or 5 times during the hour I had it connected.
Connecting a corded phone to the NID still resulted in excessive static.
It would be unfeasible to check the modem at the pedestal, however a corded phone wired at the pedestal with the cable running to the house removed also resulted in excessive static.
It would seem to me that the problem with my line is not related to any of the wiring on my property. What would you suggest at this point?
actions · 2012-Apr-5 7:20 pm · (locked)
Fort Lauderdale, FL
said by kenhuman3:Call repair and tell them about the static and that you tested at the NID with the house wiring disconnected.
What would you suggest at this point?
actions · 2012-Apr-5 7:47 pm · (locked)
I agree with graysonf
By connecting a phone at the nid test jack that disconnects your wiring
actions · 2012-Apr-5 8:04 pm · (locked)
Thank you for the suggestions, it's much appreciated.
actions · 2012-Apr-5 9:05 pm · (locked)