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 on: Today at 07:56:51 PM 
Started by David56 - Last post by David56
Hi

All sorted now

Turns out TT res needs no login info TT bus does

A full factory reset on the draytek sorted it

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 on: Today at 07:48:43 PM 
Started by Mark07 - Last post by KIAB
Which cabinet number/exchange? I'd love to look up the reasons for that.
AFAIK they have plenty ECI stock for repairs/damage.

It's cabinet 31 at side of 6 Vane Street,Bath, it on Roadworks.org for starting 3rd -16th August, & exchange is Kingsmead.

Just across road from that cab is another cab, at bottom of Bathwick Hill by church,FTTC cab is in Vane Street by phone box.

https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@51.3840212,-2.3516339,3a,75y,232.16h,93.75t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s3c6OpR9DBPyM2-RKMIKRNg!2e0!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en


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 on: Today at 07:08:53 PM 
Started by Weaver - Last post by Weaver
indeed, I had to write a load of extra code because of that - to reverse the address and carve it up appropriately.

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 on: Today at 06:58:54 PM 
Started by Weaver - Last post by Weaver
>doubt there are serious benefits between solutions to a problem as well explored as C/C++ compilers.

On the contrary, sort-of, speaking as an assembler language programmer the differences between C or C++ are both small and large depending on circumstances. There has been a huge amount of very advanced new technology recently and in some respects compilers are improving enormously. On some run-of the-mill stuff good compilers are fairly similar especially if exotic settings are nit investigated. But some new compilers have new tricks that will be killers in the right circumstances. Writing a decent backend is really hard nowadays because the standard is so high and doing a good job of handling parallelisation and SIMD is got easy. Also optimisations based in cold-got cache awareness are getting more and more important as RAM becomes a worse embarrassment by the year.

I think you made the right decision. My intuition is that the gains to be had on a processor such as MIPS are probably less than those available on x86 or x64.

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 on: Today at 06:22:51 PM 
Started by jaydub - Last post by burakkucat
Don't use the -d (the debug) flag.

The output is telling you that for your circuit, the average noise-floor is -118 dBm/Hz per sub-carrier. Should it change from that value, a more positive result (say -110 dBm/Hz per sub-carrier) indicates that the circuit has become noisier, a more negative result (say -120 dBm/Hz per sub-carrier) indicates the the circuit has become quieter. It is not a precise measurement, just a useful guide.

At the beginning of this month, the average noise-floor was determined to be -129 dBm/Hz per sub-carrier. A moment ago it was determined to be -128 dBm/Hz per sub-carrier. I.e. a little bit noisier. I am not concerned by that change, it is quite normal.

As a point of reference, the noise floor for a basic telephony circuit (i.e. that over which we have an xDSL service operating) is -140 dBm/Hz.

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 on: Today at 06:10:59 PM 
Started by jaydub - Last post by konrado5
I undersant. It merely calculates average noise. I've thought it says if noise is crosstalk or rather RFI.

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 on: Today at 06:03:34 PM 
Started by jaydub - Last post by konrado5
Thank you very much. I don't understand results.
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DEBUG 1: data_file is /mnt/dane/Statystyki ADSL/qlndiagmodewithoutmask3.txt
DEBUG 2: feof(dfp) returns false
DEBUG 3: Tone number      QLN
DEBUG 4: sigma is -60890.5000, total number of sub-carriers is 512
DEBUG 5: sigma / subcarrier_count is -118.9268
-118 dBm/Hz per sub-carrier

 8 
 on: Today at 04:08:43 PM 
Started by kitz - Last post by St3
Taken from tesco

 9 
 on: Today at 04:07:21 PM 
Started by kitz - Last post by burakkucat
using quince juice.

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 on: Today at 04:06:15 PM 
Started by St3 - Last post by St3
Iv'e e-mailed them, but i prob wont hear anything back until monday.

Alth'o is there a way to find out which backhaul i'm on without having to ask my isp ?

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