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Guspaz
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reply to aaah

Re: CNOC Files w/ CRTC Against Rogers

For my upstream occupancy? Hrrm, my downstream occupancy is something under 40%, and the DSLAM is likely in my building based on how my loop length is just a few hundred feet... What is the listed attainable on my upstream? The modem only directly reports occupancy on downstream.
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TSI Martin
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We don't see attainable unfortunately. I thought the Cellpipes were showing the attainable?



HiVolt
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said by TSI Martin:

We don't see attainable unfortunately. I thought the Cellpipes were showing the attainable?

Your tool shows you the RCO, which you can use to calculate the approximate attainable rate...


TSI Martin
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Which is what I provided on that previous post.
Both are set to 8128 with one line @ 70% & the other @ 88%.



HiVolt
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oh, right... so sync rate for 7meg is 8128k, and for 10meg is 11320 or something...

So assuming his sync is currently 8128k, 70% RCO yields attainable of ~10550k sync and 88% RCO yields ~9100k...

I think its something like that, and neither line is good enough for 11320 sync with some room to spare.. My line at 11320 upsteram sync is at 71% so I still have room to spare...

Sync Rate: d26936.0/u11320.0 kbps
RCO: d43.0/u71.0%
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TSI Martin
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Bingo