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 on: Today at 06:29:07 AM 
Started by Bowdon - Last post by Chrysalis
Wait till march 4th week.

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 on: Today at 01:08:20 AM 
Started by steenamaroo - Last post by steenamaroo
Heh, thank you burakkucat.
I had been there before you. ;)
There seemed to be mixed reports about reason:1.

I admit, I didn't look much deeper after seeing this post.
btw retrain reason 1 isnt always DLM as my last resync was a manual one by me powering down.  (Not relevant to this topic, but I just happened to spot it during that cmd and recall you talking about this recently with someone else).

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 on: Today at 12:36:44 AM 
Started by Ixel - Last post by Ixel
  :thumbs:

Will you be entrusting all your computing equipment and peripherals to "the shifters" or is that going in your own car?

Haha, definitely me that will be handling any computer/networking equipment. I don't want to risk them breaking something that's quite expensive to replace. Accidents can happen, if I have an accident (though highly unlikely) then it's my own fault :).

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 on: Today at 12:10:12 AM 
Started by Ixel - Last post by burakkucat
All's well that ends well, as the phrase goes :P.

  :thumbs:

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Well, see you in about two weeks, hopefully good speeds and a less troublesome line which doesn't mean I have to moderately band/cap it. In the meantime more packing and organising to do :-\.

Will you be entrusting all your computing equipment and peripherals to "the shifters" or is that going in your own car?

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 on: Today at 12:02:31 AM 
Started by dgilbert2 - Last post by burakkucat
Unless you mean . . .

Not a lot; just like nothing. (See my subsequent edit to my previous post, above.  :-[  )

 6 
 on: Today at 12:01:15 AM 
Started by Ixel - Last post by Ixel
All's well that ends well, as the phrase goes :P.



Frames activity completed today (AAISP), then shortly after that I had an email from AAISP informing me that the engineer appointment is no longer required :). I assume it's something like they found the pair that connect to the new house, cancelling the original necessity for an engineer appointment. Monday evening (5th) I'll have a spare modem and router at the new house plugged in and when it's live the following morning I'll get an email, as it now means I can be at the old (current) house in the morning for the removal company instead of someone else being here in my place.

Well, see you in about two weeks, hopefully good speeds and a less troublesome line which doesn't mean I have to moderately band/cap it. In the meantime more packing and organising to do :-\.

 7 
 on: February 23, 2018, 11:51:39 PM 
Started by steenamaroo - Last post by burakkucat
Last Retrain Reason:   1

That is what has been recorded as the reason for this morning's re-train . . .

Now where are those posts, the ones with the list of codes? Ah, yes. Here's one by asbokid and one by roseway:)

 8 
 on: February 23, 2018, 11:40:45 PM 
Started by dgilbert2 - Last post by re0
I've taken a quick look and see that your circuit is accumulating a significant number of ES per hour on the downstream.

The tried and tested method is to apply a cap to get those ES per hour down to around almost zero. But then I am not that much of an expert in the art of fooling the DLM process . . .

That would only increase the likelihood of him getting a lower SNR? Because G.INP is considered a "corrective"? Unless you mean he caps his sync speed using inbuilt modem parameter settings to attain 3db then remove the cap to allow for G.INP to potentially set after when/if the tresholds are exceeded?

While nothing in regards to G.INP is mentioned in the opening post, it is mentioned in the subject so I suppose he wants G.INP to be reactivated on his line so he can reach the goal of 3db.

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 on: February 23, 2018, 11:04:37 PM 
Started by dgilbert2 - Last post by burakkucat
I've taken a quick look and see that your circuit is accumulating a significant number of ES per hour on the downstream.

The tried and tested method is to apply a cap to get those ES per hour down to around almost zero. But then I am not that much of an expert in the art of fooling the DLM process . . .

Edited to add: Nonsense alert. The above doesn't make sense to me, now that I've read it back, sometime later.

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 on: February 23, 2018, 10:58:03 PM 
Started by gt94sss2 - Last post by gt94sss2
Ah, the one thing the engineer didn't do today - will have to see if BT Retail are willing to request one when they call me tomorrow. I don't their frontline staff have access to request remote DLM requests yet.

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