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) ----------------------------------------------- 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
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. -- Every time Someone leaves Sympatico an Angel gets its wings.