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    FTTC DLM - What it is & How it works

    This is a discussion on FTTC DLM - What it is & How it works within the Sky Broadband (Fibre) Help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Hi just a quick one sky seem to have there own line management that caps u if your on sky ...

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      Re: FTTC DLM - What it is & How it works

      Hi just a quick one sky seem to have there own line management that caps u if your on sky fiber unlimited 40/10 (not pro) eg my line sincs at 65828/15204 but i am only allowed 34999/8492 i rang sky as this had dropped with me swaping my routers about :-D from 40000/9999 after a quick line test he said i was right i my line is about 65mb/15mb but the system is only letting you use 34/8 so he has passed it up to get it reset should know monday evening whats going to happen :-)


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      Re: FTTC DLM - What it is & How it works

      65828/15204 will be the approximate 'max attainable' that your line can handle, due to the length & quality of the copper section between your property & the street cabinet.

      40000/10000 is the highest sync possible because that's the product you're paying for.

      Switching the modem on & off invariably causes bto's dlm system to step in to reduce speed & increase latency because it interprets the disconnections as instability.
      If left alone, dlm would normally step in again after 10 days or so to restore the speeds back to what they were before.

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      Re: FTTC DLM - What it is & How it works

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