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D7800
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(22-06-2018, 11:32 AM)MVash88 Wrote: Is there any way to see the parameters of the line with dslstat?
Having never used a modem with Lantiq chipset I do not even know if you must / can activate the debug mode.

(22-06-2018, 02:15 PM)UK Sentinel Wrote: A forum member @Bully has the D7800 and if a lot of text is entered into cmd line, he can see basics like SNR / Attenuation and Synch Speeds etc, but Netgear have never been any good in this area and you have to enable Telnet by going into debug mode http://192.168.1.1/debug.htm


I have a DrayTek 130 Modem and this uses the Lantiq chipset, stats from that are really good.




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sorry I did not reply, I thought mvash was still referring to the Asus.
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(22-06-2018, 05:41 PM)Bully Wrote:
(22-06-2018, 11:32 AM)MVash88 Wrote: Is there any way to see the parameters of the line with dslstat?
Having never used a modem with Lantiq chipset I do not even know if you must / can activate the debug mode.

(22-06-2018, 02:15 PM)UK Sentinel Wrote: A forum member @Bully has the D7800 and if a lot of text is entered into cmd line, he can see basics like SNR / Attenuation and Synch Speeds etc, but Netgear have never been any good in this area and you have to enable Telnet by going into debug mode http://192.168.1.1/debug.htm


I have a DrayTek 130 Modem and this uses the Lantiq chipset, stats from that are really good.




UK Sentinel
sorry I did not reply, I thought mvash was still referring to the Asus.

No problem, thread is a little screwy  Tongue

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This Forum is moving to UKTechHub.com, I look forward to seeing you there  Wink

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(21-06-2018, 04:50 PM)Vash88 Wrote:
(21-06-2018, 03:36 PM)UK Sentinel Wrote:
(21-06-2018, 03:28 PM)Vash88 Wrote: OK thanks for the info.
With Broadcom I have no line problems, but I'm going crazy with the QOS that do not work as it should.

What Broadcom Router you having issues with?

UK Sentinel

DSL-AC88U, but the problem is only with ADSL, with VDSL there is no problem.

I contacted ASUS as they say they are not aware of any issues wih QoS and ADSL in Italy for the DSL-AC88U.

Maybe worth sending in a feedback form and put at beginning (UK Sentinel) so they can reference  fault?

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