I have been doing some "optimizing" on all of my feed lines. For whatever reason, we had a splitter hooked up to one of them, even though I have an amp and an 8 way splitter connected to the other feed.
I want to make sure that they look alright prior to the changing, and after changing everything.Before:
(I tried putting this in a spoiler, it didn't work)
I noticed the power levels dropped. And I have disconnected twice in the past 45 minutes on IRC (but that could be due to it timing out, or MTU. Not sure. I need to edit that in case.
Just wanting to make sure everything is working.
What does the feed generally come in power wise at? Because the splitter had a 3.5db on each part.
Part of my test includes also running netalyzer from berkley.
The past couple of tests have been roughly the same:
»n2.netalyzr.icsi.berkeley.edu/su ··· 769-9bb6
»n1.netalyzr.icsi.berkeley.edu/su ··· eaf-8bf7
It seems to constantly be hitting 1300 ms.
I have tried disabling all networking services (short of cutting off my server to the internet, the only thing on right now is IRC). Just trying to figure out what is causing it as well. Removing the spliter seems to have helped with my uplink buffering, but not with the downlink unfortunately.