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    Is this good or bad?

    This is a discussion on Is this good or bad? within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; I am on Max with a sync on an extension at around 13000 and a noise margin around 6.9 which ...

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      Re: Is this good or bad?

      I am on Max with a sync on an extension at around 13000 and a noise margin around 6.9 which is ok until the evenings when it drops so I raise it to 9 the sync drops to 11000 ish but the connection is stable here then.Trial and error, but the utility is extremely useful.
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      Re: Is this good or bad?

      ok cheers, that gives me a rough guide.

     

     
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