how do you get the s/n ratio of the line etc?

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by Alex, Boosbeck., Feb 24, 2005.

  1. Am using a Voyager 105 USB modem, with Madasafish 2Mb

    ADSLguide speed test is showing the following.

    Direction Actual Speed True Speed (estimated)
    Downstream 1855 Kbps (231.9 KB/sec) 2003 Kbps
    Upstream 241 Kbps (30.1 KB/sec) 260 Kbps
    Alex, Boosbeck., Feb 24, 2005
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  2. Alex, Boosbeck.

    kraftee Guest

    To answer your question you don't with that 'modem' unless you've got the BT
    'in house' ADSL Toolbox/APTS tester software...
    kraftee, Feb 24, 2005
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  3. the 105 has hidden features, revealed by Ctrl/F1 when the control
    panel applet is open by double clicking the systray icon. May require
    current driver software download from

    the 105 is handy for line stats, graphs etc as they are cheap on Ebay

    Tiscali - dialup speeds at Broadband prices :)

    Phil Thompson, Feb 25, 2005
  4. Alex, Boosbeck.

    Mike NG Guest

    Are there any handy ways of doing this sort of thing with an Alcatel
    Speedtouch PCI modem. I'm getting near 2MB and will wonder if my line
    can be stretched further when the 8MB trials come in soon
    Mike NG, Feb 25, 2005
  5. don't know, others may...
    does it come with any diagnostic software, or provide a Telnet
    interface ?
    "near 2M" ? it either syncs at 2M or it fails, shirley.

    Tiscali - dialup speeds at Broadband prices :)

    Phil Thompson, Feb 25, 2005
  6. Alex, Boosbeck.

    Mike NG Guest

    Well where do I see my true download speed then if I am sharing a lot of
    contention? I used ADSLguide this am and got this

    Downstream 1876 Kbps (234.5 KB/sec) 2026 Kbps (inc. overheads)

    which I guess is just short of the mark
    Mike NG, Feb 25, 2005
  7. Is it definitely Ctrl F1? Didn't do anything for me, with the
    driver off the cd, or the one I downloaded (which was exactly the
    same version) although it was dated some time in '03. Maybe
    there's a newer driver or a beta driver around somewhere? Didn't
    find anything on google though. Anybody know?

    Thanks, Alex.
    Alex, Boosbeck., Mar 4, 2005
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