Can my line support 18 Mbps?

Can my line support 18 Mbps?

I was wonder if my line could support 18 Mbps from the 12 Mbps I have now? Here are my line stats.

 

 

Line StateUp
Broadband ConnectionUp
Downstream Sync Rate (kbps)11997
Upstream Sync Rate (kbps)1020
ModulationADSL2+
Data PathInterleaved
Broadband IPv4 AddressIntentionally erased for security purpose
Gateway IPv4 AddressIntentionally erased for security purpose
MAC AddressIntentionally erased for security purpose
Primary DNSIntentionally erased for security purpose
Secondary DNSIntentionally erased for security purpose
Primary DNS NameIntentionally erased for security purpose
Secondary DNS Name Intentionally erased for security purpose
MTU1500
IPv6
StatusAvailable
Global Unicast IPv6 AddressIntentionally erased for security purpose
Border Relay IPv4 AddressIntentionally erased for security purpose
IPv4 Statistics
Transmit Packets73116
Transmit Errors0
Transmit Discards0
IPv6 Statistics
Transmit Packets16515
Transmit Errors0
Transmit Discards0
Downstream and Upstream Statistics
 DownstreamUpstream
SN Margin (dB)6.39.7
Line Attenuation (dB)31.018.5
Output Power(dBm)18.512.1
Errored Seconds60
Loss of Signal00
Loss of Frame00
FEC Errors20603
CRC Errors90
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Re: Can my line support 18 Mbps?

Also forgot to add that I am 3,732 ft from the CO

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Re: Can my line support 18 Mbps?

Based on SN margin the answer is NO to 18M...you are already pushing and if downstream is correct surprise if service is working properly.
Need minimum 9.0 down and 6.0 up for somewhat stable service, ideally want high SN (15 or better) and low line attenuation

http://www.tp-link.us/article/?faqid=21
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