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  • #3604
    Bully
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    yes snr is back to 6dB and interleaving has dropped from 1512 to 1306.

    Are you implying I should not worry about interleaving depth, error count or disconnects?

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    #3606
    UK Sentinel
    UK Sentinel
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    yes snr is back to 6dB and interleaving has dropped from 1512 to 1306. Are you implying I should not worry about interleaving depth, error count or disconnects?

    Far from it, I was trying to say, It is errors that are probable causing your lack of Faspath (interleaving) etc.…….

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #3609
    Bully
    Bully
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    Not sure why I had such a spike in errors 60,000.

    #3610
    UK Sentinel
    UK Sentinel
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    Not sure why I had such a spike in errors 60,000.

    Do you know if these spikes happen regularly, once a day, week etc? or just a random occurrence ?

    Over a Kitz, they have produced a ‘first class’  thread around line stats. errors etc and what they actually mean

    Kitz Line Stats & Erros Defs

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #3611
    Bully
    Bully
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    The 60,000 errors happened over a random 24 hour period.

    #3612
    UK Sentinel
    UK Sentinel
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    The 60,000 errors happened over a random 24 hour period.

    Did you have a look at the Kitz link I provided earlier and did this help clarify ?

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

    #3614
    Bully
    Bully
    Participant

    Yes I did have a look.

     

    CRC Errors – Cyclic Redundancy Check

    Count of CRC errors. CRC is an error detection code used to verify packet transmission between the sender and receiving end. A CRC error indicates that part of the data packet is corrupt and requires retransmission. – see Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) for a more in depth explanation.

    Many CRC errors in a short period of time will show a noticeable reduction in throughput speed. This can be an early indication that there is too much noise on the line and in extreme situations can lead to loss of sync (disconnection with the exchange).

    #3615
    UK Sentinel
    UK Sentinel
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    now look at REIN vs SHINE and hopefully by then you will be at the same conclusion I think I am at with your connection issues currently.

    Take note of @Grisu comments, as I have had BT engineers follow my line back to Cabinet with their AM radio only only to find issues was street light 😉

    REIN vs SHINE:

     

     

    In a completely sane world, madness is the only freedom (J.G.Ballard).

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