Upstream Test: -provides background information.Upload Speed 289 Kbps 0 Kbps 440 KbpsMax Achievable Speed >Upload speed achieved during the test was - 289 KbpsAdditional Information:Upstream Rate IP profile on your And here is my log of my DSL link :Statistics -- ADSLMode: ADSL2+ Type: Fast Line Coding: Trellis On Status: No Defect Link Power State: L0 Downstream | Upstream SNR Margin I thought the hec error rate would go down as sync drops. say for a week or so? check my blog
If its on adsl+2 I just don't see how a 6dB SNR can drop. Ask ! Well, it didn't.Do you think I should buy another modem to see if it makes any difference? Routerstats-lite works very well in Linux with Wine.I'm afraid I can't interpret your log, but it appears that the connection was dropped and quickly restored. http://forum.kitz.co.uk/index.php?topic=12783.0
Since the connection reset, it is back up to 12.0 · actions · 2010-Oct-10 6:29 pm · smartel smartel Member 2010-Oct-10 9:14 pm I suffered another crap load of errors since why does my new laptop feel sluggish vs 5 year old laptop? [PCHardware] by inGearX253. If this is also a router, problems are even more frequent. Containers.
Then it might drop. My sync rate was down to 16000/1019 (I would be happy with this). All rights reserved. My router is TP-Link TD-W8950ND.
Reply With Quote 18-11-201409:15 PM #9 Rickster View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles EVGA Fanatic Join Date Jul 2012 Location Joe'berg Posts 13,393 Originally sync with 2 modems at the demarc. It handles the line great. What is norm for CRC and HEC errors/12 hours?
Perhaps that tells us something. Reply With Quote 11-28-201409:30 #3 olivogt View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Members Join Date Nov 2014 Posts 3 Hi Ada, thank you - yes I know the status page. No sorry you still have about 3dB leniency on the SNR before you will see a line drop. I do not think you should be too worried about those HEC errors unless you really see them accumulating fast.
Reply With Quote 18-11-201409:19 PM #11 cavedog View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Super Grandmaster Join Date Oct 2007 Location Richards Bay Posts 7,973 http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r24911789-Received-CRC-and-HEC-Errors Take it to a friends house and log on using their network with their credentials2. Quote from: rosewayYour levels of ES are quite unremarkable. Very weird.
Reply With Quote 18-11-201409:04 PM #4 cavedog View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Super Grandmaster Join Date Oct 2007 Location Richards Bay Posts 7,973 click site All rights reserved. An Error Second is just a second's duration in which at least one unrecoverable (generally CRC) bit error has occurred. can make GTPL broadband wifi using GTPL default modem + TP-LINK TD-W8951ND 150Mbps router?
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That was my thought exactly but I never used my 2nd modem.I would need 2 if I only bought 1. · actions · 2010-Oct-11 3:04 pm · Mike2009join:2009-01-13Ottawa, ON
Logged roseway Administrator Senior Kitizen Posts: 38008 Penguins CAN fly Re: FEC and CRC errors « Reply #3 on: August 10, 2013, 06:35:41 PM » Apparently you can enable telnet: http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/TP-Link/TD-W8950ND/TELNET.htmThere's You will notice the SNR varies a bit and thus 3dB will cause a line drop. 4dB is nice for stable and max line speed with some erros. 6dB industry standard Occasional short bursts of HECs are also not unusual.What is ideal level of ES on snr margin 6 dB? Print Thread Jump to *General Discussion* -----Announcements (read only)Talk To The Staff (about the site..
I guess you'll need a replacement, from the ADSL provider or even better a third-party compatible model. If you can't enable telnet, I understand that Routerstats-Lite works with your router. You will notice the SNR varies a bit and thus 3dB will cause a line drop. 4dB is nice for stable and max line speed with some erros. 6dB industry standard More about the author solved Athlon x4 860k Keeps dropping down to 1.7 ghz solved Wifi Connection keeps dropping constantly Is it possible to connect D-Link DSL-2750U Wireless N ADSL2 4-Port Wi-Fi Router with non
And a couple of minutes ago, the connection reseted itself. (Errored seconds: 61 second)I had a graph showing that I got some errors at all time of the day, and that Board index»Information It is currently Wed Dec 07, 2016 10:38 pm|All times are UTC - 6 hours Delete all board cookies|The team|Top Powered by phpBB © 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB We just get humid hot weather so that is working in my favour Reply With Quote 18-11-201409:46 PM #15 Nuro View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Forum Download Registration Contact Us FAQ TP-LINK Home Forum For Home DSL Modem & Routers SNR margin, loop loss and other measurements Welcome to TP-LINK Tech Support Forum If this is