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Cartel
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Chilliwack, BC
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reply to Listening74

Re: No more online quality online gaming!!!

Updated profile and actiontec bridged.
Better ping but lower uploads.
I'm told this is "way she goes" unless I upgrade to a 25Mb plan with VDSL2 ability











atx1

join:2011-11-11
Canada


parrelium

join:2005-07-31
Abbotsford, BC
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reply to Cartel
Why don't you upgrade?
Looks like everyone here on 50 has sub-10ms pings


Tornado15550

join:2012-12-16
Canada
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reply to Cartel
I do not have VDSL2 capabilities, and am getting pretty decent ping.
I am on the 15mb plan. I don't think that the plan and VDSL2 matter.
Here are some more tests I did today. They are pretty consistent.




Cartel
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said by Tornado15550:

I do not have VDSL2 capabilities, and am getting pretty decent ping.
I am on the 15mb plan. I don't think that the plan and VDSL2 matter.
Here are some more tests I did today. They are pretty consistent.






Your probably on VDSL2, ADSL2+ can't have that low ping and high upload.


Tornado15550

join:2012-12-16
Canada
I currently have an Actiontec V1000H router, and as per my understanding, it doesn't support VDSL2.
Update: My router is not bridged. It hasn't been modified in any way.
It is currently running the latest, official firmware (31.30L.57).


nss_tech

join:2007-07-29
Edmonton AB
said by Tornado15550:

I currently have an Actiontec V1000H router, and as per my understanding, it doesn't support VDSL2.

The Actiontec supports VDSL2 just fine.


Tornado15550

join:2012-12-16
Canada
The V1000H supports VDSL2?
I thought that only the V2000H supported VDSL2.
What's the difference between the 2 routers then?


nss_tech

join:2007-07-29
Edmonton AB
V2000H does pair bonding where you can combine two lines in to increase bandwidth. The V1000H only has one line in. The router half is probably the same on both though.

TierX

join:2009-01-20
Canada
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reply to Cartel
said by Cartel:

Your probably on VDSL2, ADSL2+ can't have that low ping and high upload.

Actually it can, the reason your upstream is lower is because I'm forcing INP=2 with 5ms of delay. This constrains the framing parameters and causes your upstream to drop to ~800kbit. I would never recommend running below INP=2, which is why I'm using that profile.

TierX

join:2009-01-20
Canada
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reply to nss_tech
said by nss_tech:

V2000H does pair bonding where you can combine two lines in to increase bandwidth. The V1000H only has one line in. The router half is probably the same on both though.

Correct, they're basically the same device, the only difference is the V2000H has an additional BCM6306 AFE wired to the 2nd RJ11 jack.

TierX

join:2009-01-20
Canada
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reply to Tornado15550
said by Tornado15550:

I do not have VDSL2 capabilities, and am getting pretty decent ping.
I am on the 15mb plan. I don't think that the plan and VDSL2 matter.
Here are some more tests I did today. They are pretty consistent.



Given your extremely low latency it's clear you're not on DSL at all, but ETTS or GPON. Lucky guy!