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    "System Up Time" Question

    This is a discussion on "System Up Time" Question within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; Originally Posted by Isitme It could be your line has suddenly become noisier or it could be DLM running. I ...

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      Re: "System Up Time" Question

      Quote Originally Posted by Isitme View Post
      It could be your line has suddenly become noisier or it could be DLM running. I am still stumped by why your resync is not causing a drop in the NM. Would you like to try downloading Routerstats Lite, just in case it is a glitch in the tool you are using. Get it from here-
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      This will at least give a comparison of the graphs.
      OK, thanks. Got that app up and running. Will report back in a day or 2.


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      Re: "System Up Time" Question

      Quote Originally Posted by Isitme View Post
      Would you like to try downloading Routerstats Lite, just in case it is a glitch in the tool you are using. Get it from here-
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      This will at least give a comparison of the graphs.
      Of course wouldn't you believe it, just has the first 24 hours for ages without this resync!

      Also, can't see a way with RouterStatsLite to get a graph for more than the last hour. Is this possible do you know?

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      Re: "System Up Time" Question

      Click the Setup tab, then the Capture tab and you can choose where you want to save the Graphs and or Logs. I keep a folder called 'logs' on my desktop to which each graph is saved, for easy access. On the Graphs tab you can set up the sample interval. I use 60secs with 250 points which gives you a graph covering about 4 hours. You can of course extend these to whatever you want.

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      Re: "System Up Time" Question

      Hi again. Well after 3 days of no resync I have just had 2 more in 24 hours - again both at times when SNR margin was quite high. Here is the latest graph. If there is a pattern, it seems to be mostly happening within the first hour of turning on the computer - though I am sure this must be coincidence.

      Anyway I can confirm that there is a dip as you describe on the RouterStatsLite graph although this does not show up at all in the Sky Router Tool line - just the sudden increase in SNR margin as the router resyncs.

      I did call Sky and asked if my line was in DLM - the guy didn't seem to know what that meant but he did have a look and couldn't see any work scheduled.

      So I guess I'll just have to keep monitoring - doesn't do any real harm except to my peace of mind . Maybe when DLM does start it will sort itself out or perhaps my router is just wearing out?
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