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    New connection

    This is a discussion on New connection within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Originally Posted by buddbuttocks No. Suspend means nothing will be running. DLM is off. If your line drops 50 times ...

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      Re: New connection

      Quote Originally Posted by buddbuttocks View Post
      No.

      Suspend means nothing will be running. DLM is off. If your line drops 50 times an hour it won't do anything.
      Resume turns DLM back on. It's monitoring, but is not stabilising. If the line becomes unstable it might start line optimisation. You can't configure the line manually.
      Stabilise starts the optimisation manually.
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      Re: New connection

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