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Re: Return to cable
« Reply #15 on: December 05, 2017, 09:00:58 PM »

>> I wouldn't call that greedy.

I'm trying to figure that out too.   Plusnet are charged 31.12 ex VAT for the cease...  and pass on the charge as 30.  ???

If he's been getting some of the deals that max has claimed Plusnet have given him over the past few years, they haven't been making much profit from him anyhow.   
Add in the vast amount of support tickets and staff costs, GEA tests etc...  then I think that he has no real reason to moan.
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Re: Return to cable
« Reply #16 on: December 05, 2017, 10:12:09 PM »

Got noticed from BTw to alert me there is multiple orders open on my line which it due to be complete by 19th dec 2017. And cease on the broadband pending to be completed by 19th dec 2017.
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Re: Return to cable
« Reply #17 on: December 05, 2017, 11:55:14 PM »

I really do hope this works out for you Max and its the end to you worrying about DSLstats and DLM.  :-\

I also hope that you can leave speed tests well alone for the sake of your own health.   I personally would not trust the word of a sales person who says there is no congestion in 'x' area if they have the change of making a sale.  There are areas whereby VM congestion is a problem.   Even their CEO has acknowledged that their sales staff has lied.

However..  if you don't notice anything wrong with your connection and it still seems fast, please do keep away from speedtests and just enjoy your better speeds.   
Good luck Max.  I hope it all works out well for you.   I hand on heart honestly do. :)
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Re: Return to cable
« Reply #18 on: December 06, 2017, 01:29:54 AM »

@kitz many thanks. If I ever go back to FTTC in the future if virgin media is proved heavy congestion as I can leave and re-order FTTC to go back. But, this time it won't be plusnet anymore. Which isp do u think the best to go with if I ever comeback to FTTC in the future. Does this mean my future FTTC wil be open profile DLM reset when FTTC went live again (no banding on the line)?
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Re: Return to cable
« Reply #19 on: December 06, 2017, 10:54:52 AM »

It will be a new provision so it will follow the current default profile for the Huawei cabs

Open profile for up to 48 hours
Interleaving for a period of time (this can be a few days for several weeks)
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Re: Return to cable
« Reply #20 on: December 06, 2017, 09:14:29 PM »

Just curious into what sort of cable stats does the VM hub show
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Re: Return to cable
« Reply #21 on: December 06, 2017, 11:35:30 PM »

@NewtronStar here is cable stats

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Cable Modem Status
Item Status Comments
Acquired Downstream Channel(Hz)
299000000

Locked
Ranged Upstream Channel(Hz)
39400000

Locked
Provisioning State
Online

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Downstream bonded channels
Channel Frequency(Hz) Power
(dBmV) SNR
(dB) Modulation Channel ID
1 299000000 1.5 38.6 256 qam 21
2 323000000 1 38.9 256 qam 24
3 315000000 1.2 38.6 256 qam 23
4 307000000 1.2 38.9 256 qam 22
5 291000000 1.2 38.6 256 qam 20
6 283000000 1.2 38.6 256 qam 19
7 275000000 1.4 38.6 256 qam 18
8 267000000 0.7 38.6 256 qam 17
9 259000000 0.5 38.6 256 qam 16
10 251000000 0.5 38.6 256 qam 15
11 243000000 0.9 38.6 256 qam 14
12 235000000 1.2 38.9 256 qam 13
13 227000000 1.4 38.6 256 qam 12
14 219000000 1.5 37.3 256 qam 11
15 211000000 1.7 38.6 256 qam 10
16 203000000 1.7 38.6 256 qam 9
17 195000000 2 38.9 256 qam 8
18 187000000 2.4 38.9 256 qam 7
19 179000000 2.7 38.9 256 qam 6
20 171000000 2.9 38.9 256 qam 5
21 163000000 3 38.9 256 qam 4
22 155000000 3 38.9 256 qam 3
23 147000000 3.2 38.9 256 qam 2
24 139000000 3.2 38.9 256 qam 1

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Upstream bonded channels
Channel ID Frequency(Hz) Mode Power
(dBmV) Modulation Channel Bandwidth(Hz) Symbol Rate (ksps)
2 39400000 ATDMA 51.8 64 qam 6400000 5120
1 46200000 ATDMA 51.8 64 qam 6400000 5120

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Operational Configuration
General Configuration Value
Network access
Enabled
Maximum Number of CPEs
1
Baseline Privacy
Enabled
Docsis Mode
Docsis30
Config file
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Primary Downstream Service Flow
SFID 24143
Max Traffic Rate 230000000
Primary Upstream Service Flow
SFID 24142
Max Traffic Rate 12700000

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Re: Return to cable
« Reply #22 on: December 06, 2017, 11:40:54 PM »

FTTC and Cable bonded together 256 Meg down and 31 Meg up.
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Re: Return to cable
« Reply #23 on: December 07, 2017, 10:51:15 AM »

Nice one :)

Just a small correction.  The correct term is load balancing 2 connections - presumably you have a router with dual WAN ports. 
The maximum speed you can get for one single process will be limited to the maximum speed of your VM line..  but when using multi-threading applications  (eg FTP/NNTP or a speedtester with multi-threads such as speedtest.net) you can benefit from both connections at the same time.

Bonding is something entirely different which also needs to be done at the ISP end.  Bonding allows a single thread app to have full speed of both (or more) lines.

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Re: Return to cable
« Reply #24 on: December 07, 2017, 09:32:20 PM »

Thanks for posting the VM Hubs stats the channel frequency's are very interesting.
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Re: Return to cable
« Reply #25 on: December 07, 2017, 11:33:16 PM »

No problem. If u ever need to ask any more question, do ask me!
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