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#26 August 16 2017

dio
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Re: How to use SNR tweaking for a faster or more stable connection

So i just realised my router can't adjust SNR margins. It's an TP-Link VR400. :(

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#27 August 16 2017

Adnan
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Re: How to use SNR tweaking for a faster or more stable connection

@dio it really seems that a whole lot of modems don't support this feature, I don't know why. You always have the option of contacting your ISP. Good luck.

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#28 August 17 2017

TheLebGeek
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Re: How to use SNR tweaking for a faster or more stable connection

Does anyone know if the Cisco-Linksys XAC1900 Dual Band AC1900 will be able to edit these values? I don't have the modem but I'm thinking to buy it

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#29 August 17 2017

dio
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Re: How to use SNR tweaking for a faster or more stable connection

Adnan wrote:

@dio it really seems that a whole lot of modems don't support this feature, I don't know why. You always have the option of contacting your ISP. Good luck.

Already did. Asked them if they could adjust the SNR margin on my line, they said it's not possible to do it for individuals, if they adjust it, they will have to do it for the whole area.

Which is starting to explain the fact that why my connection has decreased from 12 to 5 in a month.

Speaking of which, does anyone now if Ogero can individually adjust the SNR margin for a user? If so, who can I talk to to adjust it. Mr Rifai perhaps?

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#30 April 18 2018

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Re: How to use SNR tweaking for a faster or more stable connection

My modem is speedtouch 546 v6 with firmware 6.2.29.2. I need to downgrade to version 6.1 to be able to use SNR tweaking as this feature was disabled in version 6.2. I could not find the firmware anywhere except on this forum http://www.speedtouchforum.de/viewtopic.php?t=1089#8355

They seem to be the right firmware but I am afraid of bricking my modem.  Is there any precautionary step i can do to gaurantee I can get my modem to work in case they are not the right firmware or something goes wrong? For example can I download/backup the firmware on my modem before I start? What are your recommendations?

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#31 July 17 2018

new_user
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Re: How to use SNR tweaking for a faster or more stable connection

I want to buy a new modem specifically to get the snr tweaking feature. Can you please recommend a good modem that is guaranteed 100% to have this feature?

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#32 August 20

Idler
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Re: How to use SNR tweaking for a faster or more stable connection

new_user wrote:

I want to buy a new modem specifically to get the snr tweaking feature. Can you please recommend a good modem that is guaranteed 100% to have this feature?

ASUS allows you to tweak you SNR by tweaking the DB in the interface.

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#33 August 20

wollyka
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Re: How to use SNR tweaking for a faster or more stable connection

Idler wrote:
new_user wrote:

I want to buy a new modem specifically to get the snr tweaking feature. Can you please recommend a good modem that is guaranteed 100% to have this feature?

ASUS allows you to tweak you SNR by tweaking the DB in the interface.

True but it only works on adsl connection in the interface and not VDSL

For VDSL, you have to use the command line:
wan vdsl2 set target_snrm XXXX
wan adsl reset

However, Asus modems don't have a Broadcom chipset so they are more prone to CRC errors and are less stable on noisy lines.

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#34 August 20

Idler
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Re: How to use SNR tweaking for a faster or more stable connection

I had the same thought until i purchased one, if you tweak it just about right its stable and pretty good i've been on stable 4mbps for about a year since i got it with minimum of CRC errors around 8000/month also you may install open source firmware that gives you a major boost to tweak it through SSH


wollyka wrote:
Idler wrote:
new_user wrote:

I want to buy a new modem specifically to get the snr tweaking feature. Can you please recommend a good modem that is guaranteed 100% to have this feature?

ASUS allows you to tweak you SNR by tweaking the DB in the interface.

True but it only works on adsl connection in the interface and not VDSL

For VDSL, you have to use the command line:
wan vdsl2 set target_snrm XXXX
wan adsl reset

However, Asus modems don't have a Broadcom chipset so they are more prone to CRC errors and are less stable on noisy lines.

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#35 2 weeks ago

TokMe3HrsToSolveChallenge
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Re: How to use SNR tweaking for a faster or more stable connection

wollyka wrote:
Idler wrote:
new_user wrote:

I want to buy a new modem specifically to get the snr tweaking feature. Can you please recommend a good modem that is guaranteed 100% to have this feature?

ASUS allows you to tweak you SNR by tweaking the DB in the interface.

True but it only works on adsl connection in the interface and not VDSL

For VDSL, you have to use the command line:
wan vdsl2 set target_snrm XXXX
wan adsl reset

However, Asus modems don't have a Broadcom chipset so they are more prone to CRC errors and are less stable on noisy lines.

i am doing that using putty to my asus modem but nothing is changing on the asus dashboard


also it lets me change the vdsl snr not the adsl and my connection is adsl

Last edited by TokMe3HrsToSolveChallenge (2 weeks ago)

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#36 2 weeks ago

wollyka
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Re: How to use SNR tweaking for a faster or more stable connection

TokMe3HrsToSolveChallenge wrote:
wollyka wrote:
Idler wrote:

ASUS allows you to tweak you SNR by tweaking the DB in the interface.

True but it only works on adsl connection in the interface and not VDSL

For VDSL, you have to use the command line:
wan vdsl2 set target_snrm XXXX
wan adsl reset

However, Asus modems don't have a Broadcom chipset so they are more prone to CRC errors and are less stable on noisy lines.

i am doing that using putty to my asus modem but nothing is changing on the asus dashboard


also it lets me change the vdsl snr not the adsl and my connection is adsl

Did you try using wan adsl set target_snrm XXXX or wan adsl2 set target_snrm XXXXinstead of vdsl2?
Also what target_snrm are you using?

When I had adsl, I was using the Asus interface and it was working just fine. When I switched to VDSL, i had to use putty and the commands

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