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 on: Today at 11:09:58 PM 
Started by CarlT - Last post by burakkucat
. . . in the next month or two I will be switching to a local altnet ISP who's currently rolling out symmetrical gigabit FTTP across the town, with an ambition to offer up to 10Gbps in the future (the modems they are installing are capable of handling that) :P.

Hopefully you will start a thread to detail the above for the curious (both kittehs and other entities).  ;)

 2 
 on: Today at 10:25:48 PM 
Started by Ronski - Last post by broadstairs
Knowing that the new house at 28a Crow Hill has FTTP available I thought I'd check the BT Address Checker but it does not show 28a as a valid address (which it is). I wonder how it will cope with that being the only house at present in the post code with FTTP and no others?

Stuart

 3 
 on: Today at 10:11:12 PM 
Started by Ronski - Last post by craigv
Finally managed to place an order, installation booked for end of June!

Congrats rmbles :) it'll be worth the wait - I got mine last Monday in sunny Broadstairs :cool: after almost a month counting down the days and am definitely not disappointed!

 4 
 on: Today at 10:05:25 PM 
Started by SE - Last post by burakkucat
Whats the best firmware to use

Take a look at the opening post of this thread and the "Note by Admin".

Basically you should use the most recent firmware package that Wolfy built.

If you have trouble obtaining a copy of the image just let me know. I'm sure I've got a copy, safely archived, in the "WhatNot".

 5 
 on: Today at 09:58:29 PM 
Started by CerealKiller - Last post by CerealKiller
I have a long standing BT VDSL2 line stability issue. Researching in this forum, I have purchased a Vigor Modem and a Netgear router, purely to obtain greater insight to the line stats and become independent of the BT equipment in case it is at issue.
I'm around 85M from the cabinet. Openreach have thus far replaced my BT HH5a Router (replaced to above), Master socket, various interconnects along the line, the fibre-port, but still I get frequent intermittent drops.
The speed is near enough there and not an issue. However, the VDSL disconnects cause havoc to a number of reliant home connected devices. Normally a reboot of the Modem or BT router when it was in place brings back the connection.
Six engineers have come out, they no longer see any local faults, they reset the line and then exclaim that this may never be fixed due to the lack of investment in FTTC technology.

Could someone, help me to understand the significance of anything untoward within my posted stats below.

 ---------------------- ATU-R Info (hw: annex A, f/w: annex A/B/C) -----------
   Running Mode            :      17A       State                : SHOWTIME
   DS Actual Rate          : 73999000 bps   US Actual Rate       : 19999000 bps
   DS Attainable Rate      : 84404776 bps   US Attainable Rate   : 27902000 bps
   DS Path Mode            :        Fast    US Path Mode         :        Fast
   DS Interleave Depth     :        1       US Interleave Depth  :        1
   NE Current Attenuation  :        9 dB    Cur SNR Margin       :        8  dB
   DS actual PSD           :    -3.-6 dB    US actual PSD        :    12. 9  dB
   NE CRC Count            :        0       FE CRC Count         :    39492
   NE ES Count             :        0       FE  ES Count         :     8958
   Xdsl Reset Times        :        0       Xdsl Link  Times     :        2
   ITU Version[0]          : fe004452       ITU Version[1]       : 41590000
   VDSL Firmware Version   : 05-07-06-0D-01-07   [with Vectoring support]
   Power Management Mode   : DSL_G997_PMS_L0
   Test Mode               : DISABLE
  -------------------------------- ATU-C Info ---------------------------------
   Far Current Attenuation :       10 dB    Far SNR Margin       :       10  dB
   CO ITU Version[0]       : b5004244       CO ITU Version[1]    : 434da4a1
   DSLAM CHIPSET VENDOR    : < BDCM >
> vdsl status more
vdsl status more
  ---------------------- ATU-R Info (hw: annex A, f/w: annex A/B/C) -----------
                  Near End        Far End    Note
 Trellis      :      1               1
 Bitswap      :      1               0
 ReTxEnable   :      1               1
 VirtualNoise :      0               0
 20BitSupport :      0               0
 LatencyPath  :      0               0
 LOS          :      2               0
 LOF          :      0               0
 LPR          :      0               2
 LOM          :      0               0
 SosSuccess   :      0               0
 NCD          :      0               0
 LCD          :      0               0
 FECS         :      0            57066 (seconds)
 ES           :      0            8958 (seconds)
 SES          :      0            1511 (seconds)
 LOSS         :      0               3 (seconds)
 UAS          :     30            97336 (seconds)
 HECError     :      0               0
 CRC          :      0            39492
 RsCorrection :      0               0
 INP          :    230             215 (symbols)
 InterleaveDelay :      0              17 (1/100 ms)
 NFEC         :     32              32
 RFEC         :     16              16
 LSYMB        :     16              16
 INTLVBLOCK   :     32              32
 AELEM        :      0            ----

 6 
 on: Today at 08:30:10 PM 
Started by adslmax - Last post by banger
See the FAQ it downloads and uploads at the same time so you will get different speeds than other tests.

 7 
 on: Today at 08:22:42 PM 
Started by CarlT - Last post by Ixel
Averaging around 1TB per month on my FTTP connection with Cerberus Networks (something like 900/110).

I don't imagine my usage will change much, but in the next month or two I will be switching to a local altnet ISP who's currently rolling out symmetrical gigabit FTTP across the town, with an ambition to offer up to 10Gbps in the future (the modems they are installing are capable of handling that) :P.

 8 
 on: Today at 07:34:10 PM 
Started by Weaver - Last post by Weaver
I thought so as well.

 9 
 on: Today at 07:23:29 PM 
Started by SE - Last post by SE
Thank guys
I'll look at the guides and get the firmware and let you know
Whats the best firmware to use

 10 
 on: Today at 06:57:10 PM 
Started by Ronski - Last post by Black Sheep
That's quite some time to wait, but it will be worth it.

I think 6 weeks is pretty damn good, considering the circumstances we've all been under this last year !!

Whoever you choose to go with, they will have a back-log of work they are trying to bottom out.

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