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    Openreach appears to be taking lower noise margin trail national

    This is a discussion on Openreach appears to be taking lower noise margin trail national within the General Computing and Internet forums, part of the Community channel category; Originally Posted by skyeci Welcome to the ECI club....... no G.INP or lower profiles for you at the moment.. Oh ...

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      Re: Openreach appears to be taking lower noise margin trail national

      Quote Originally Posted by skyeci View Post
      Welcome to the ECI club....... no G.INP or lower profiles for you at the moment..
      Oh dear! I joined the wrong club.


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      Re: Openreach appears to be taking lower noise margin trail national

      g.inp is very nice but ofc fastpath is even better (though not by much)
      having 12db of margin and fastpath is the ideal setup
      so enforced g.imp is very slightly sub optimal for me
      but thats not so say that 90% of people would be far better off on it

      but in my case i have zero use for it

      Quote Originally Posted by Scubbie View Post
      I thought that you liked those?
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      Re: Openreach appears to be taking lower noise margin trail national

      Quote Originally Posted by Shonk View Post
      g.imp is very nice but ofc fastpath is even better (though not by much)
      having 12db of margin and fastpath is the ideal setup
      so enforced g.imp is very slightly sub optimal for me
      but thats not so say that 90% of people would be far better off on it

      but in my case i have zero use for it


      Its G.INP! - lol... seeing as I suffer massive amounts of ES per week I would very much like it.. some modems do let you turn it off but its a good thing to have
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      Re: Openreach appears to be taking lower noise margin trail national

      agreed its great to have
      but its zero use to me i get maybe 1 crc a month

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      Re: Openreach appears to be taking lower noise margin trail national

      But who knows if a cap was lifted and lower profiles enabled along with G.INP you would no doubt benefit. You need to look at your ES values
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      Re: Openreach appears to be taking lower noise margin trail national

      Quote Originally Posted by skyeci View Post
      But who knows if a cap was lifted and lower profiles enabled along with G.INP you would no doubt benefit. You need to look at your ES values
      they are tickadee boo
      Code:
      System Up Time	 480:55:34
      NE CRC Count        :        0      
      NE ES Count         :        0       
      FE ES Count         :        1
      FE CRC Count        :        1
      the only way i could ever see it being use to me if they allowed unconstrained sync's
      e.g. max sync and a 3db margin for a nice 120 mbit sync or so

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      Re: Openreach appears to be taking lower noise margin trail national

      Quote Originally Posted by Shonk View Post
      they are tickadee boo
      Code:
      System Up Time	 480:55:34
      NE CRC Count        :        0      
      NE ES Count         :        0       
      FE ES Count         :        1
      FE CRC Count        :        1


      Very nice - I have 3500-4000 ES per week! G.INP would be welcome ��
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      Re: Openreach appears to be taking lower noise margin trail national

      ignore the ES rate its cumalative at the head end and only gets reset if they update the firmware on the dslam
      (which they did on mine about 8 weeks ago)

      1 CRC = 1 ES
      so if you have an uptime of say a month
      & 200 CRC but 3000 ES you have only had 200 ES in that month

      also you have to watch for crc's on initial sync
      sometimes i will get a few crc's on the first handshake negotiating the link
      so i could have 10 crc's but none in day to day use
      which ofc get added to the ES rate

      my crc's where always low even on my old easynet 22mbit down 1216 up fastpath line
      maybe a few a week (after i suppressed my central heating pump that used to cause me alot of crc's)
      Central Heating Pump Suppressors?
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      Re: Openreach appears to be taking lower noise margin trail national

      Quote Originally Posted by Shonk View Post
      ...but in my case i have zero use for it
      I was being naughty. You misspelt it in the first post and I was playing on the misspelling.

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      Re: Openreach appears to be taking lower noise margin trail national

      Just call me slow yes i get it now
      I dozed off for an hour and wrote that straight after i woke up

      Quote Originally Posted by Scubbie View Post
      I was being naughty. You misspelt it in the first post and I was playing on the misspelling.
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