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DMT Router
« on: January 09, 2011, 07:27:39 PM »

I've had issues over the last few months with my broadband connection - from BT.  My current issue is that their DLM routinely increases my SNR and thus drops my sync speeds when the line is stable - no unenforced drop outs for a month.  Through research i've discovered that I can use a DMT program to alter my SNR from my side when using certain routers but am not sure which the 'best' would be.

I'm looking for both wired and wireless connectivity and just generally one that will be stable and allow me to tweak my SNR so I can jump up BRASprofiles.


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Re: DMT Router
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2011, 10:45:40 PM »

Any Broadcom-based router can be tweaked for its target noise margin. You can do it from the telnet interface, or from programs such as DMT and Routerstats. If you get a Netgear DG... router you can install the DGTeam firmware, which provides a slider adjustment of the target noise margin.

There are numerous routers which have this capability, so I'll just mention two of them: