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Router wag54g v.2 cut my upload

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by khirs, Jun 30, 2005.

  1. khirs

    khirs Guest

    Status of my router wag54g v.2:
    DSL Status: UP
    DSL Modulation Mode: GDMT
    DSL Path Mode: INTERLEAVED
    Downstream Rate: 512 Kbps
    Upstream Rate: 96 Kbps
    Downstream Margin: 17 db
    Upstream Margin: 6 db
    Downstream Line Attenuation: 31
    Upstream Line Attenuation: 21
    Downstream Transmit Power: 0
    Upstream Transmit Power: 0


    PVC Connection

    Connection:
    Encapsulation: RFC 1483 Routed
    Multiplexing: LLC
    Qos: UBR
    Pcr Rate: 0
    Scr Rate: 0
    Autodetect: Disable
    VPI: 8
    VCI: 32
    Enable: Yes
    PVC Status: Applied -- OK


    Upstream Rate: 96 Kbps =>> There is 128 Kbps ?

    I probe with other router a speedstream 5660:
    Current TX Rate (bps) 128000 512000
    Previous TX Rate (bps) 128000 512000
    CRC Block Length
    Interleave Delay
    DSL Physical Layer Info ATU-R ATU-C
    Current Attainable Rate 1422222 2560000
    Current SNR Margin 39.5 31.0
    Current Attenuation 30.5 20.0
    Current Output Power 12.0 20.0
    Current Status No Defects detected
    No Loss of framing detected
    No Loss of signal detected
    No Loss of power detected
    No Loss of signal quality detected No Defects detected
    No Loss of framing detected
    No Loss of signal detected
    No Loss of power detected
    No Loss of signal quality detected

    DSL Line Status
    Line Coding DMT
    Line Type Fast or Interleaved

    My router wag54G is crashed?
     
  2. Ofloo

    Ofloo Network Guru Member

    hmm i think it might have something to do with GDMT i know it was slower but i don't see anything on my end yet i am using it to.. but i know from previous modems that the speed on that mode is limited, try to get it to run at mmode don't ask me how tho.. i don't see any setting to change it, i could be wrong tho.. check your cables just to make sure
     

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