Discussion in 'Networking, Telephony & Internet' started by VooDoo, Nov 25, 2006.
Was getting this for about 2 months. Back and forth between TIO and the case manager. Telstra tried to blame congestion then told me to wait until maintenance was completed in the area then they blamed the internal wiring in my house which I insisted wasn’t the problem.
Yesterday my internet speeds returned to where they were previously after someone on this forum had a look into my service and applied fix.
Finally got our Exetel NBN50 plan connected. Consistent speeds so far.
Telstra NBN FTTH 100/40
Just testing bonded networking
100/100 & 100/40 connection.
So my sync speeds been slowly dropping lately to 17-19mbps instead of the low 30's that it was a year ago or even 3 months ago
Sparky finally came around today and connected the new feed from the ntd to phone point inside the house and in the process we removed 3 existing phone points
Made f##k all difference
Then contact your ISP or RSP and tell them...
I will never win the download competition, but my upload is always good.
Dayyummmm, that's still nice.
My private tracker ratios are off the charts.
I bet. So are my ratios, but that’s thanks to my incredible seed box connection, LOL. No complaints about my FTTP 100/40 connection though, I love it.
Yea its always good to not have to worry about that kind of stuff. One thing about Japan ISPs is most will throttle P2P traffic, I don't know about in Aus but thats my main concern rather than speeds these days.
My recommendation is OCN Hikari Flets for anyone moving here, $40 a month unlimited everything.
Suck a fart i got told by ABB, speed guarantee of 12/1 under co-existence or something like that and only nbn knows when that ended.
They said try removing existing phone points first.
Whats the SNR margin and line attenuation mean along with errors mean, anyone know?
Heres my VDSL2 info for reference, CRC and FEC are error correction and always happen, your SNR is similar to mine, line attenuation i assume is the signal power loss over the line interface
Line standard VDSL2
Downstream line rate (kbit/s) 38232
Upstream line rate (kbit/s) 5386
Downstream SNR (dB) 7.5
Upstream SNR (dB) 5.3
Downstream line attenuation (dB) 20.2
Upstream line attenuation (dB) 52.3
Downstream output power (dBmV) 14.5
Upstream output power (dBmV) 8.3
Downstream CRC 338
Upstream CRC 0
Downstream FEC 114273
Upstream FEC 147
I got no idea what any of that means
Peak evening with 1080p youtube stream in background, Optus NBN FTTH Keysborough Exchange.
NBN HFC 100/40 connection with ABB
Very happy as I came off Optus cable in sydney that was massively oversaturated - got anywhere from 9-90 download and 0.3 - 1.2 upload. Upload makes a massive difference to gaming, and the reliability of the downloading.
God its so much better, forgot how awesome good internet was.
FTTP NBN and never had less than 98Mbps 24/7 OPTUS.
A mate one suburb over was getting 40 tops on Telstra 100 and i made him switch, he now gets 95+ same lines and hardware.. There is something fishy just going on with ISP i see.
Don't you VPN to P2P? then the ISP wouldn't know?