Billion BiPAC 8800AXL R2 - What An Improvement

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Re: Billion BiPAC 8800AXL R2 - What An Improvement

Post by Grimers » Tue May 08, 2018 1:14 pm

Update: Unfortunately, there's still the issue with random ES occurring with no CRC(s)...
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Re: Billion BiPAC 8800AXL R2 - What An Improvement

Post by billion_fan » Tue May 08, 2018 1:20 pm

Grimers wrote:
Tue May 08, 2018 1:14 pm
Update: Unfortunately, there's still the issue with random ES occurring with no CRC(s)...
Already updated our engineers, lets see if they can sort this out,

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Re: Billion BiPAC 8800AXL R2 - What An Improvement

Post by Grimers » Tue May 08, 2018 1:24 pm

Yeah, no worries. I don't know how else the ES can occur without an error occurring. I just noticed that the US CRC counter was 1 above the ES counter and then they became the same, meaning that 1 ES occured without a CRC.
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Re: Billion BiPAC 8800AXL R2 - What An Improvement

Post by Grimers » Tue May 08, 2018 4:07 pm

Here's a screenshot:

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Re: Billion BiPAC 8800AXL R2 - What An Improvement

Post by Wiggyg32 » Tue May 08, 2018 6:06 pm

I got this router the other week to replace a Netgear D7000 and I'm very impressed with how much better it performs overall.

I looked at the stats page and one thing i was confused about was my attainable rate. On the upstream both rates are very similar but theirs a big difference on the downstream is there a way to improve this?

Downstream Upstream
Line Coding (Trellis) On On
SNR Margin (dB) 10.5 6.0
Attenuation (dB) 20.6 0.0
Output Power (dBm) 12.1 7.4
Attainable Rate (Kbps) 62327 13467
Rate (Kbps) 48998 13235
B (# of bytes in Mux Data Frame) 195 146
M (# of Mux Data Frames in an RS codeword) 1 1
T (# of Mux Data Frames in an OH sub-frame) 0 0
R (# of redundancy bytes in the RS codeword) 10 16
S (# of data symbols over which the RS code word spans) 0.1269 0.3522
L (# of bits transmitted in each data symbol) 12991 3702
D (interleaver depth) 4 4
I (interleaver block size in bytes) 206 163
N (RS codeword size) 206 163
Delay (msec) 0 0
INP (DMT symbol) 51.00 49.00
OH Frames 0 0
OH Frame Errors 0 0
RS Words 6313184 2283649
RS Correctable Errors 78 32
RS Uncorrectable Errors 0 0
HEC Errors 0 0
OCD Errors 0 0
LCD Errors 0 0
Total Cells 19033329 0
Data Cells 5327270 0
Bit Errors 0 0
Total ES 0 0
Total SES 0 0
Total UAS 58 58

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Re: Billion BiPAC 8800AXL R2 - What An Improvement

Post by Grimers » Wed May 09, 2018 8:09 am

It's because your DS rate is banded at 49 Mb, most likely due to errors/drop outs.
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Re: Billion BiPAC 8800AXL R2 - What An Improvement

Post by Wiggyg32 » Wed May 09, 2018 9:28 am

Anyway to change that? My snr looks like I could squeak out a bit more bandwidth

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Re: Billion BiPAC 8800AXL R2 - What An Improvement

Post by Grimers » Wed May 09, 2018 5:51 pm

Unless you can encourage your ISP to issue a DLM reset, then no.
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Re: Billion BiPAC 8800AXL R2 - What An Improvement

Post by Wiggyg32 » Wed May 09, 2018 7:29 pm

I've contacted BT so here's hoping!

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Re: Billion BiPAC 8800AXL R2 - What An Improvement

Post by Grimers » Thu May 10, 2018 9:24 am

Good luck! It's great that ISPs have now been finally allowed the ability to request DLM resets themselves instead of having to send out a broadband engineer to do it. It should've been like this from the start.
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