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Author Topic: DSL-2740B connection speed declines over time  (Read 4479 times)

FEY42

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DSL-2740B connection speed declines over time
« on: April 14, 2017, 04:11:21 PM »

My second 2740B is doing the same as the first.
First I can only achieve 3 Mbps since I live 10K' from the remote central office (RCO)
My line has been pruned all the way back to the RCO i.e it is in tip top shape.
I have a typical SNR of around 15.4db
My attainable speed is 5300+ Kbps
My rate is set to 3520 Kbps.
I have the latest firmware NA_2.06
I reboot the modem and I usually have 3 Mpbs
But 24 hours later is it down to 2.5 Mbps, another 24 hours and it is down to 2 Mbps, another 24 hours and it is down to 1.5 Mbps.
I reboot and it is back to 3 Mbps and the process starts over again.
I use testmy.net and run an hourly test from Lebanon, OR to either San Francisco or Los Angeles, same result.
Anybody have any clues?

Thanks, Fred
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RYAT3

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Re: DSL-2740B connection speed declines over time
« Reply #1 on: April 14, 2017, 10:42:32 PM »

Is your unit hot?

Why are you on your second unit?
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Re: DSL-2740B connection speed declines over time
« Reply #2 on: May 05, 2017, 11:37:18 AM »

Any status on this?

My second 2740B is doing the same as the first.
First I can only achieve 3 Mbps since I live 10K' from the remote central office (RCO)
My line has been pruned all the way back to the RCO i.e it is in tip top shape.
I have a typical SNR of around 15.4db
My attainable speed is 5300+ Kbps
My rate is set to 3520 Kbps.
I have the latest firmware NA_2.06
I reboot the modem and I usually have 3 Mpbs
But 24 hours later is it down to 2.5 Mbps, another 24 hours and it is down to 2 Mbps, another 24 hours and it is down to 1.5 Mbps.
I reboot and it is back to 3 Mbps and the process starts over again.
I use testmy.net and run an hourly test from Lebanon, OR to either San Francisco or Los Angeles, same result.
Anybody have any clues?

Thanks, Fred
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