09-29-2010 4:53 PM
I see a slight sine wave on the right side of the bitloading graph that could be indication of a bridge tap but it doesn't look like it's causing issues on the line.
Your line isn't overcommited and your line is more than capable of handling the 32M profile and not have any issues. I do have to say that your line is the best line I've ever seen as far as stats are concerned for a line of that distance, the max sync rate is beautiful for a line that's 1300 feet. Coax network is running beautifully.
09-29-2010 6:23 PM
I have had UV for a couple of months now. I thought it was time to get an expert opinion from all you knowledgeable folks out there. Here are my screenshots. Let me know if anyone sees any issues or bridge taps. I have Coax from the NID to RG. All the STBs are on CAT5. Thanks in advance for your help.
09-29-2010 9:02 PM
Alright, got a chance to look at those images. Those are very good stats for a loop that's 1000 feet long. Your max rate is 50 Mbps, more than capable of handling the 32M profile. No sign of a bridge tap that I can see. Yep, a very good line.
09-29-2010 10:28 PM
Thanks trparky! Good to know all is well. I did have pixelation and freezing early on when I had STBs connected via coax. After switching to Cat5, the system is lot more stable.
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