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Re: Everything MLPPP
said by clarknova:I should qualify that a little better. In fact, I upgraded some modems from their stock 6.x firmware to 126.96.36.199 without testing anything in between, based on some advice here:
I'm running version 188.8.131.52. Anything older will show more jitter.
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and found that my jitter practically disappeared. If Tierx knows what he is talking about, then we can draw basically 2 conclusions from his post: first, that interleaved connections will benefit from 7.2+ firmwares, and second, that 184.108.40.206 added stability, whatever that might mean.
My connections are interleaved, and yes, my jitter went down. As for stability, I have 5 modems that haven't disconnected ever, but I also have 2 that disconnect daily. I don't blame the modem for that, and I don't know how things might be different on an older firmware.
What he actually said, was "SRA seems to work fine in 220.127.116.11, and adds significant stability." And the jitter fixes came with 7.2 and higher firmware.
Since here in Ontario, Bell has not enabled SRA for regular DSL, I guess that wouldn't help us any, so I might try to resist temptation, and just stick with good/stable 18.104.22.168.