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ideal upstream sync rate for 45/6 service?

ideal upstream sync rate for 45/6 service?

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?

 

 

DSL Status
  Line 1 Line 2  Downstream Upstream Downstream Upstream
Line StateUpUp
Downstream Sync Rate (kbps)2771527715
Upstream Sync Rate (kbps)30333033
Downstream Max Attainable Rate (kbps)5882851588
Upstream Max Attainable Rate (kbps)30333033
ModulationVDSL2VDSL2
Data PathInterleavedInterleaved
SN Margin (dB)21.2018.60
Line Attenuation (dB)21.6022.20
Output Power(dBm)14.3-15.314.3-15.3
Errored Seconds0000
Loss of Signal0000
Loss of Frame0000
FEC Errors0000
CRC Errors0000
 
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Message 1 of 9
Employee

Re: ideal upstream sync rate for 45/6 service?

Yes profile is 55/6 internet 45/6.
Notice difference on downstream between max available and sync..have some room
Now notice same two for upstream, all availabe is allocated, subtract overhead will not see 6.
Remember internet speeds are an UP TO based on internet service agreement not a guarantee.
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Message 2 of 9

Re: ideal upstream sync rate for 45/6 service?

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?

Message 3 of 9
Employee

Re: ideal upstream sync rate for 45/6 service?

Do not know if it is as good as can currently obtain, but as future upgrades in delivering product are implemented I suspect will improve. ( time by 1st Q 2016)
This is still a distance based product, while most under 2000 feet can obtain POWER, differences exist between, 400, 800, 1200, 1600 and 2000 feet installs to the extent that their Max upload and download available is different.

Someone posted their stats down was 71M, 73M with up 12M each that is a total of 144M/24 compared to your 110/6, most based on distance, card, quality of lines.

Many on 18/1.5 only get 1.3 to 1.4 up, seen 24/3 getting 2.5 up (83%) same as your 5 out of 6 (83%)...again quote profiles are an UP TO.
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Message 4 of 9
ACE - Expert

Re: ideal upstream sync rate for 45/6 service?

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.

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Message 5 of 9
Employee

Re: ideal upstream sync rate for 45/6 service?

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.
If an account could show 38 plus generally placed on 32/5 profile, if max available 34 would receive 25m rofie max HSI 18/1.5.

As current POWER profile is based on providing two 27M profile for 55M ignoring upstream capabilities.
If OP is on an F card, future upgrade at VRAD to K card would improve upstream but a uverse prem tech cannot make that change.
So from a uverse tech position, numbers solid, speeds within 75% of tier, nothing to do but wait for 17 release, vectoring, and maybe card upgrade....all beyond that of a field operative. So currently believe as good as OP will see short term.
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ACE - Expert

Re: ideal upstream sync rate for 45/6 service?


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)?

 

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Message 7 of 9
Employee

Re: ideal upstream sync rate for 45/6 service?

Yes, spend some time here http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r28592205-45-meg-tier-available-in-CHICAGO.AFTER-INSTALL-NOTES-etc~s...

Will see many who have upgrade with max up being much more than 3M yet speed test up 5.4 to 5.5 not 6
Others have max up set to same as sync 3033, like OP.
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Message 8 of 9
ACE - Expert

Re: ideal upstream sync rate for 45/6 service?

Okay, yes, I see now.  Thanks.

 

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