[AusNOG] Highest ADSL2 internet connection speed
Marcus Emanuel @ HostCorp
marcus at hostcorp.com.au
Thu Jul 29 09:44:17 EST 2010
Righto, annex M going off tonight for a shot at the title!
Would be a pointless victory if the synch wasn't stable for more than a few
days, which I wont be testing, but interesting experiment on a good line I
On the note of Synch speeds, What will be interesting is the attainable
synch on some upcoming EFM SHDSL Circuits we have going in. Theoretical
Maximum should be 5.7/5.7Mbit per pair so will see how we go with Standard 4
Anyone have any feedback on EFM Circuits and speeds seen, pairs required to
bond for 10Mbit over certain distances etc?
From: Paul Brooks [mailto:pbrooks-ausnog at layer10.com.au]
Sent: Thursday, 29 July 2010 8:51 AM
To: Marcus Emanuel
Cc: ausnog at lists.ausnog.net
Subject: Re: [AusNOG] Highest ADSL2 internet connection speed
On 28/07/2010 9:33 AM, Marcus Emanuel wrote:
This is a STABLE connection using Internode ADLS2+ Extreme Annex M in York
This is on a Linksys/Cisco WAG 160n
Downstream Rate: 23855 Kbps
Upstream Rate: 2691 Kbps
It doesent beat your 24xxx down but 2.69 up is very good.
It would be VERY interesting to see what it synced at if you turn Annex M
mode off - Annex M 'steals' downstream channels and makes them upstream
channels, and it is the lower frequency channels, which contribute most to
the aggregate, that are most affected. Turning off "annex M mode" is likely
to push at least 1200 kbps or more back to the downstream - and take the
(if you do try this, please get the customer's permission first!)
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