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    Will Sky Mid Adsl2+ do anything for me?

    This is a discussion on Will Sky Mid Adsl2+ do anything for me? within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Hi, I'm currently on Btbroadband Adsl max just now, from looking at my router stats (below) can anyone tell me ...

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      Will Sky Mid Adsl2+ do anything for me?

      Hi,

      I'm currently on Btbroadband Adsl max just now, from looking at my router stats (below) can anyone tell me what I can expect on Sky with adsl2+ enabled or even if I'd see an improvement on G.DMT with sky?

      I have a 2000k profile at the moment, BT are the pits tho, so I'm getting out asap.

      Stats:

      Collected for 3 days 16:06:22
      DSL Line (Wire Pair): Line 1 (inner pair)
      Protocol: G.DMT Annex A
      Downstream Rate: 2336 kbps
      Upstream Rate: 448 kbps
      Channel: Interleaved
      Current Noise Margin: 11.0 dB (Downstream), 19.0 dB (Upstream)
      Current Attenuation: 61.3 dB (Downstream), 31.0 dB (Upstream)
      Current Output Power: 18.2 dBm (Downstream), 12.2 dBm (Upstream


      Collected for 3 days 16:06:22
      Since Reset Current/24-Hour Interval Current/15-Minute Interval /Time Since Last Event
      ATM Cell Header Errors: 1001/ 219 /3 0:02:28

      ATM Loss of Cell Delineation: 241 /41 /0 /0:12:42

      DSL Link Retrains: 0/ 0/ 0/ 0:00:00

      DSL Training Errors: 0 /0 /0/ 0:00:00

      DSL Training Timeouts: 0/ 0/ 0 /0:00:00

      DSL Loss of Framing Failures: 0/ 0 /0/ 0:00:00

      DSL Loss of Signal Failures: 0/ 0/ 0/ 0:00:00

      DSL Loss of Power Failures: 0/ 0/ 0 /0:00:00

      DSL Loss of Margin Failures: 0/ 0 /0/ 0:00:00

      DSL Cumulative Errored Seconds: 588/ 123 /2/ 0:02:28

      DSL Severely Errored Seconds: 2/ 0 /0 /1 day 11:35:37

      DSL Corrected Blocks: 31650 /6436/ 41 /0:00:16

      DSL Uncorrected Blocks: 1118 /248 /3/ 0:02:28

      ISP Connection Establishment: 1/ 1 /1 /0:01:14

      I have a long line 61.3dB Attenuation, but from what I can see It does o.k and the errors aren't too bad.


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      Re: Will Sky Mid Adsl2+ do anything for me?

      with that attenuation you won't benefit from ADSL2+ at all, and speed wise you wouldn't get a lot more, if anything, than you're on now....

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      Re: Will Sky Mid Adsl2+ do anything for me?

      I believe you are on the equivalent of Sky Connect, so you will not see any improvement moving to that package. You high Attn means you will see little or no improvement on any of the other packages. You can check what you might receive by going Here and enter your stats

      Have a look through the forum at the ways to improve your connection. If you have not already done so check your stats using the Test socket, which is situated behind your Master socket. This will give you an indication of whether your internal wiring is faulty, or you phone line.

     

     

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