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    Seamless Rate Adaption

    This is a discussion on Seamless Rate Adaption within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Sorry Saturday you beat me to it....

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      Re: Seamless Rate Adaption

      Sorry Saturday you beat me to it.


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      Re: Seamless Rate Adaption

      Right I think telephoning sky about it didn't really help then as they seem to have turned SRA off since my conversation with them. I only managed to speak to tier 1 and they didn't put me through to 2nd level support so i'm not getting to far.

      If my noise margin is falling to 0 in the evening does this suggest that I have a line problem? Oh by the way that's using the test socket.

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      Re: Seamless Rate Adaption

      Sky wouldn't turn it off - and definately not tier 1!!!

      from your previous stats, your upstream looks like you're on Connect, which DOES use SRA...

      EDIT: that was aimed at GRM...
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      Re: Seamless Rate Adaption

      ^^ You on the booze tonight IANTE

      Quote Originally Posted by ukhardy07 View Post
      ADSL Link Downstream Upstream
      Connection Speed 13640 kbps 764 kbps
      Line Attenuation 33 db 8 db
      Noise Margin 1 db 18 db

      Edit: IANTE's edit has done me like a kipper

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      Re: Seamless Rate Adaption

      Weird. It definitely seemed to be on at first.
      Suddenly it's not. Is it just a strange coinsidence that I changed router and it turned off? I only used the billion router for about 4 days anyway.

      Anyway why is my noise margin going to 0 in the evening? Line fault or not?

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      Re: Seamless Rate Adaption

      if it does it in the test socket then yes it could indicate a line fault...
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      Re: Seamless Rate Adaption

      Well it does it in the test socket. It only decreases in evenings however.

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      Re: Seamless Rate Adaption

      the snr will fall in the evening - that's the nature of phone lines - but dropping that low is going to give you issues...when in the test socket are all other sockets in the property dead?
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      Re: Seamless Rate Adaption

      There is only 1 telephone socket in the entire house. The master socket. There are no extensions hard wired into the faceplate. Nothing. So yes there are no other sockets turned on. The noise margin actually goes below 0 and it reports it in the billions on the router status page. The noise margin during the day is 7, sometimes even as high as 10 - evening by around 10 pm it's 1 / 0. Then as the night progresses it goes into the billion figures and then disconnects.

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      Re: Seamless Rate Adaption

      might indicate an issue then - do you have overhead lines or underground...
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