reply to Smith6612
Would you post the 3347 stats again......did any of figures changeNetRate 1344 192AggrRate 1376 224TotalRate 1376 224LineRate 1588 280##ATTNDR 3104 448
updated stats:NetRate 2624 320AggrRate 2656 352TotalRate 2656 352LineRate 2960 416ATTNDR 3104 448The NetRate is the same as the "Data Rate" on the DSL tab. The other numbers.... no clue.I also noticed a significant drop in my DS SNR (from avg of 13-15dB down to 9.5-10dB) and my DS attenuation (from 57-58dB up to 60dB) is that odd or is it related to higher provisioning?
I think the sync rate = data Rate = net rate = aggrrate = total rateDid you notice that the line rate changed from 1588/280 to 2960/416Whenever the sync rate is increased the snr will decrease the snr can be a rough estimate of the total capacity of the dsl loopThe attenuation can be used as a measurement of loop length but loose/bad connections and wire gauge will affect this figure
So my line should now be pushing about as fast as it can go and still stay stable, yes?
The more kbps that seperate the sync rate from the maximum attainable sync rate gives stabilityWhenever the maximum attainable sync rate gets too close or below the current sync rate the modem will retrain with the dslamI think the line rate is the dslam provisioned rate