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    Strange goings on....

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      Re: Strange goings on....

      That is strange, but if it works, don't kick it.

      I notice your attenuation has gone up too, but as long as you are stable that is the main thing.

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      Re: Strange goings on....

      Looks like I spoke too soon. I've rebooted the router and it's still a bit shakey.

      If I ask Sky to limit my connection speed to say 13Mb, might that settle it down - I'm only getting 12 max on the speedtests anyway!

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      Re: Strange goings on....

      Your upstream noise margin is a bit low, which may be causing the problems. It could be that your upstream sync needs capped down a bit. If you could speak to one of the good CST agents he/she may be able to sort it out.

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      Re: Strange goings on....

      Spoke to Sky yesterday, and I'm capped down to 12Mb, which is fine. The noise margin is still low upstream (4Db), but better down (10Db), so I'll see how that pans out. I've only lost 1Mb in speed according to the speedtests, so I'm more than happy.

      Oh, and I got my homeplugs through on Saturday - what an invention!!!

     

     
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