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Re: tool for internet connection test



Hi Adrian,

> What sync speed is your modem reporting (up/down) compared to what is
> normal for your distance from the exchange (from the maps)?

from the maps I should have synchronization speed somewhere between:

from 4282 - 7156 Kbps ( over 4.5 km )

if this are the values I need to compare my synchronization speed I'm
within the range right?

 ADSL Status   Mode    State   Up Speed        Down Speed      SNR
Margin      Loop Att.
       ADSL2+(G.992.5) SHOWTIME        937884  5689641 5       44

5 689 641 bits = 5 556.29004 kilobits

or am i looking at wrong values or doing wrong calculations?

> I wasn't seeing any packet loss IIRC.
> You shouldn't have to deal with Telstra as your're not their customer, TPG is.

Well I receive a telstra bill for my land-line and I can also hear
some noise when making phone calls. I fact this is the reason that I
approached telsra first.

> Keep complaining until you get to Level 2 support, they are the only
> ones that can help you.

I'll do that...thanks...

Lubos

On Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 11:30 AM, Adrian Levi <adrian.levi@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6 February 2011 08:02, Lubos Rendek <lubos@linuxconfig.org> wrote:
>> Hi Adrian,
>
>> Do I have another choice. I mean if lines belong to telstra it sounds
>> logical that anywhere I got I might have the same problem?!?
>>
>> Download test from TPG:
>>
>> 2011-02-06 08:36:43 (149 KB/s) - `test3.iso' saved [52328448/52328448]
>
> What sync speed is your modem reporting (up/down) compared to what is
> normal for your distance from the exchange (from the maps)?
>
>> ping test with 9% packet loss:
>>
>> 64 bytes from www.tpg.com.au (203.26.27.38): icmp_seq=60000 ttl=124 time=15.0 ms
>>
>> --- tpg.com.au ping statistics ---
>> 60000 packets transmitted, 54381 received, 9% packet loss, time 61064532ms
>
> I wasn't seeing any packet loss IIRC.
> You shouldn't have to deal with Telstra as your're not their customer, TPG is.
>
> Keep complaining until you get to Level 2 support, they are the only
> ones that can help you. They will create a ticket, monitor the lines
> and conditions, ask you to do an isolation test (Unplugging every
> other telephony equipment on the line) and keep you apprised of the
> situation.
>
> Adrian
>
> --
> 24x7x365 != 24x7x52 Stupid or bad maths?
> <erno> hm. I've lost a machine.. literally _lost_. it responds to
> ping, it works completely, I just can't figure out where in my
> apartment it is.
>
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