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piotrick

join:2003-01-27
Scarborough, ON
reply to TSI Support2

Re: [DSL] Borderline sync after Bell did some work in the area

Only other modem I have is my old Alcatel SpeedTouch Home. Blast from the past - used Nubz AlcaTool to get these. Does the vendor look like a Lucent Stinger? Can't get full 6mbit sync on this but here you go :)

P.S. - I've PM'd my account info.


Operational data report : near end (Downstream)
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Attainable line rate : 5604 kbit/sec
Attainable Atm rate : 5152 kbit/sec
Used line rate : 5480 kbit/sec
Fast used Atm rate : 5056 kbit/sec
Interleaved used Atm rate : 0 kbits/sec
Rel. capacity occupation : 98
Noise Margin : 4 dB
Line attenuation : 50 dB
Output Power : 19 dBm

Near End line operational data :
RelCapacity downstream = 98 pct
NoiseMargin downstream = 5.5 dB
OutputPower upstream = 12.0 dBm
Attenuation downsteam = 50.5 dB
Operational Mode = 2

Far end line operational data
relCapacity upstream = 104 pct
noiseMargin upstream = 8.0 dB
outputPower downstream = 19.0 dBm
Attenuation upstream = 28.0 dB

Near end identification :
ITU_VendorId countryCode : 15
ITU_VendorId vendorCode : ALCB
ITU_VendorId vendorSpecific : 0
ITU_StandardRevisionNbr : 1
ANSI_ETSI_VendorId : 22
ANSI_ETSI_VendorRevisionNbr : 1
ANSI_ETSI_StandardRevisionNbr : 1
ALC_ManagementInfo : 3

Far end identification :
ITU_VendorId countryCode : 255
ITU_VendorId vendorCode : GSPN
ITU_VendorId vendorSpecific : 8
ITU_StandardRevisionNbr : 1
ANSI_ETSI_VendorId : ffff
ANSI_ETSI_VendorRevisionNbr : 255
ANSI_ETSI_StandardRevisionNbr : 255



xsbell

join:2008-12-22
Canada
kudos:8
Reviews:
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said by piotrick:

Does the vendor look like a Lucent Stinger?
ITU_VendorId vendorCode : GSPN

No, it's the Globespan chipset on the LPA419 AP from an old Lucent AMAS.

The OPI is just that, an outside plant interface where F2 loops are fed to customers, there is no DSLAM or "Lucent Stinger" on it yet, or else Bell would of called it an OSLAM.

Your loop probably cross-connects through that new OPI causing that little bit of extra attenuation. Eventually they'll add a DSLAM to that OPI and you should get better service.

piotrick

join:2003-01-27
Scarborough, ON

Thanks TSIJonF and usuckbell. I think I'll ride the wave until that DSLAM gets installed.


morisato

join:2008-03-16
Oshawa, ON
Reviews:
·TekSavvy Cable
·TekSavvy DSL
·ELECTRONICBOX

A Fslam is a co fed line, so based on his being a DSL customer and on legacy gas speeds, Most likely there is already a Slam in the Opi but he has been put on a combo card instead so that bell can feed more Fibe users from said opi. Honestly though His syncs not bad. though how the attenuation says 4-4.5km when 26db suggests more like 2.6 Kms is beyond me.. and the linestats teksavvy Posted seem fine snr is above 6 on the down and well above 6 on the up so should be stable.
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