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    Openreach drop SNR on VDSL

    This is a discussion on Openreach drop SNR on VDSL within the Sky & DLM forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Can someone remind me how to check connection stats on an openreach modem?...

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      Re: Openreach drop SNR on VDSL

      Can someone remind me how to check connection stats on an openreach modem?


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      Re: Openreach drop SNR on VDSL

      Have you unlocked it ? If you have an hg612 you can flash it and get the stats from the gui or via stats programs on port 2. The eci version does not give up any stats without a lot of work.

      This is great for logging stats if you want to monitor the modem once its unlocked (broadcom modem etc)
      http://dslstats.me.uk/
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      Re: Openreach drop SNR on VDSL

      Quote Originally Posted by skyeci View Post
      Have you unlocked it ? If you have an hg612 you can flash it and get the stats from the gui or via stats programs on port 2. The eci version does not give up any stats without a lot of work.

      This is great for logging stats if you want to monitor the modem once its unlocked (broadcom modem etc)
      DSLstats Home page
      Ah yes, I did flash it some time ago. I had forgotten that.
      Doesn't it revert to the factory software if it is powered down?

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      Re: Openreach drop SNR on VDSL

      Not experienced that on various reboots etc..
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      Re: Openreach drop SNR on VDSL

      I shall experiment to see if the hacked software is still in place.

     

     
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