Not an expert at ATM/DSL stuff but this is a show command from a HWIC-1ADSL in an 1841 router. Curious of how to see if the issues are related to the ISP or line. Most curious about Noise Margin, Output Power, and Attenuation.
Noise Margin, Output power and attenuation are relative to how far away you are from the telephone exchange providing the xDSL service.
At home I live about 6km from the exchange and have an attenuation figure of about 60db, so my glorious 24mbit ADSL2+ connection runs in at about 3mbit.... (isp's here in australia only sell ADSL2+ in one speed)
So help me out with the actual numbers and what they mean. I am looking for specifically which levels I need to look for and where they can cause me problems. Do any of those numbers raise any concerns?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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