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    Ping

    This is a discussion on Ping within the Gaming on Sky forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; Originally Posted by User05 Oh, I know - 448 will train in on g.dmt spot on. However, I haven't a ...

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      Re: Ping

      Quote Originally Posted by User05 View Post
      Oh, I know - 448 will train in on g.dmt spot on. However, I haven't a clue why anyone would set an upstream bit rate to 448kbps, apart from someone who hasn't a clue how to use lama and randomly sets a value of 460 odd for the upstream instead of 416kbps and then automatically sets to 448.
      theres alot of new lama users and the 'specialist' users weren't chosen very carefully.. most forget the upstream speed altogether


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      Re: Ping

      Quote Originally Posted by misfit96 View Post
      theres alot of new lama users and the 'specialist' users weren't chosen very carefully.. most forget the upstream speed altogether
      Lmao... Lama user's? Might I ask what a Lama user is...

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      Re: Ping

      Line Administration Management Application

      I think that's it anyway. Basically what sky use to configure speeds and such.

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      Re: Ping

      Quote Originally Posted by User05 View Post
      Line Administration Management Application

      I think that's it anyway. Basically what sky use to configure speeds and such.
      So its similar to DLM? But DLM is automatic and Lama isn't?

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      Re: Ping

      Quote Originally Posted by SOF006 View Post
      So its similar to DLM? But DLM is automatic and Lama isn't?
      DLM options are found within LAMA and both are interlinked. LAMA is the main tool that sky cst use to configure lines. Downstream, upstream, line codes etc. can be changed that DLM may have left wrong. When a line's provisioned, an automatic request for DLM to be started is done and then a few days later it'll start a stabilisation period (known as DLM). DLM will eventually finish the training period and leave the line configured in LAMA as it seen fit.

      If you then ring in, sky have literally three buttons in regards to DLM within LAMA. 'Stabilise' (i.e. request to run another training period), 'suspend' and 'resume'. So, if you want your line uncapped, sky will 'suspend' DLM, configure the settings manually and then 'resume' DLM. This means if anything goes wrong, such as a line fault or noise from somewhere is picked up and errors are seen, DLM in some cases will automatically start another training period to keep the line stable for the user.

     

     
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