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. Sep 15, 2013 · fc-falcon">I used to get a profile of 7.

Note however that the SNR margin here is reported as 6dB.

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. A ratio higher than 1:1 (greater than 0 dB) indicates more signal than. d22k DMT Status No Defect Operational Mode ADSL2+ Upstream 752 Downstream 21304 SNR Margin(Upstream) 8.

• I estimate that if the SNR was set to 6dB I'd just about get back to 7.

Disable QoS and Bandwidth Limit functions. In subsequent sections I have left off parts that always seem to be zero: ATU-R Information Type: ADSL2/2+ Hardware: Annex A. .

Draytek Vigor 130 allows tuning of downstream SNR margin, but no upstream tuning unfortunately. Curious to know if there's any such beast on the 2820Vn where you can adjust the SNR margin either higher or lower.

A ratio higher than 1:1 (greater than 0 dB) indicates more signal than.

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• My SNR Margin is 15-18 dB. It may be worth contacting them regarding this.

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SNR Margin: The SNR margin is the difference between the SNR observed on the line and the SNR required for the synch speed obtained.

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• I estimate that if the SNR was set to 6dB I'd just about get back to 7.

. . The "Near End" values seem to be working normally, but as mentioned earlier with an SNR Margin of 1 it doesn't seem likely I've had two errored seconds and a total of 3 CRC errors in the.

Very few modems actually support this feature. My router (Draytek 2600) usually reports a SNR Margin of around 10-11db, and syncs at about 5000-6000 when my line is quiet, but when the line is noisy the reported SNR Margin drops to 6-8db and the sync rate drops to 2000-4000. . NOTE: The new SNR value will not be exactly the value of 8 dB plus 5 dB. . .

Note however that the SNR margin here is reported as 6dB.

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Draytek's have never been too happy with lower SNR margins, within any of the recent firmware releases and do disconnect more than they should.

Never falls below 14.

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It's the difference between the actual SNR (dB noise) and the line attenuation required to sync at a specific speed.