Are my line stats good enough for 6 Mbps?AT&T claims I can only get 3 Mbps. However, an AT&T technician who measured the signal strength directly from our phone jack said the signal was good enough for 6 Mbps.
Here is the latest from my NVG510:
Line State Up
Broadband Connection Up
Downstream Sync Rate (kbps) 3008
Upstream Sync Rate (kbps) 509
Data Path Fast
Downstream and Upstream Statistics
SN Margin (dB) 19.1 22.2
Line Attenuation (dB) 39.0 22.9
Output Power(dBm) 10.1 1.1
Errored Seconds 244 0
Loss of Signal 0 0
Loss of Frame 0 0
FEC Errors 0 0
CRC Errors 472 0
What do you guys think?
(Note: I am also inquiring about this in AT&T Direct, but haven't received a reply there yet.)
San Jose, CA
·Pacific Bell - SBC
The SN Margin and Line Attenuation look good enough for 6016 down sync. But your current up sync is odd: It should be 512, not 509.
Have some patience with Direct, the techs well get to your post (as long as you didn't "bump" it). They are better able to see what is going on, including your up-sync anomaly.
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Thanks, I appreciate the reply. If I can get 6 Mbps, I definitely want it!
I'll hang on for a reply in Direct. I didn't realize the upstream rate was unusual; now I'll be curious to see if they comment on it.