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    Cured overnight Disconnections

    This is a discussion on Cured overnight Disconnections within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; I am on the Mid package and sync at 8190 Down 385 up. I was getting aNoise Margin down stream ...

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      Smile Cured overnight Disconnections

      I am on the Mid package and sync at 8190 Down 385 up. I was getting aNoise Margin down stream of 9.9db. I was getting occasional disconnections during the day ( only one or two) but every morning I was getting very slow speed or was not connected. We have two Sky + boxes the lounge one has always had a ADSL filter on the phone connection, I just checked my daughters and it didnt - I put a filter on the phone line and the Noise margin has gone up to 15.2db. This results in much faster Downloads my speedtest result is



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      great news gordon - long may it last :-)




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      Yes that is good news
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      how do you check the noise margin?

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      Login to the router ( http://192.168.0.1) - Username admin password sky - Then click Show Statistics

     

     

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