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what is "snr margin" for?

Hi,

we have problems with a few G.SHDSL lines and I wanted to ask, if there is a possibility to raise the tolerance for errors on a G.SHDSL line? I found the command "snr margin" and I don't really understand the description for this command. Could you please explain what the commands "snr margin current" and "snr margin snext" do on a Cisco 878 (Cisco 1803). Can it help to make a line more stable? If yes, then how it works and which values should be used.

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Re: what is "snr margin" for?

The operating range of HDSL is limited to 12,000 feet. The SNR margin values can be set as follows

shdsl margin min 0

shdsl margin target 3

shdsl margin threshold 0

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