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Here are my DSL stats. I was expecting to get above 5M up with the 6M service. I'm wondering if there is something worth pursuing based upon my stats. I'm only getting a sync rate or 3033 per line, which leaves no room for overhead to hit 6M up. Is 3033 the max?
|Downstream Sync Rate (kbps)||27715||27715|
|Upstream Sync Rate (kbps)||3033||3033|
|Downstream Max Attainable Rate (kbps)||58828||51588|
|Upstream Max Attainable Rate (kbps)||3033||3033|
|SN Margin (dB)||21.2||0||18.6||0|
|Line Attenuation (dB)||21.6||0||22.2||0|
|Loss of Signal||0||0||0||0|
|Loss of Frame||0||0||0||0|
I understand about the overhead. What I would like to know is whether I could expect to see a higher upstream sync rate? Is my install as good as I can get?
The 2WIRE models don't display the upstream max rate, as this is a number measured at the VRAD, not the RG. I wonder if this is actually an accurate number obtained from the VRAD or the NVG 589 is just displaying the synced rate.
my thoughts wrote:
JefferMC, if look at others who have posted their stats, find many with different down/up...but do not know distance
If review posting of those on 32/5 find some had 56M available, others 42-48, still others 38-40, basically need desired plus 20%.
As only downstream is considered for internet tier available not up.
But is the upstream max rate ever different from the upstream sync rate (as the max downstream rate is always different from the downstream sync rate, usually 20% or more greater)?
Okay, yes, I see now. Thanks.
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