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Completed DSL Output Power 'Downstream' 0 | SNR Keeps Jumping

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Yes. our ISP sucks. We (I, and my friends) installed this 4 mbps connections, and now the speed won't be stable.

tried changing the cable, & stuff. but still its zero. (the cable is messed fudge- but all of the cables in our area are. but they have stable line)

the line men, checked, it on some diff lines too (lines that are stable) but my output power for down stream still be 0.


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Any one know what might be causing it, or how can it be fixed ?
 
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Did you check all the wires around?, maybe some need isolation tape, if cabe is damaged it can lose it's power even by 70% it happened to me few times
 

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I just gotta add this, even tho I know you are probably aware. Make sure you are using the appropriate cables. 10-100Mbps routers use CAT5/5E cables. 1Gb-Up routers use CAT6/6A.
 

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Did you check all the wires around?, maybe some need isolation tape, if cabe is damaged it can lose it's power even by 70% it happened to me few times
the cable, is being hurted. like more than 10 times. xd.
We live in ancient place.
 

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I just gotta add this, even tho I know you are probably aware. Make sure you are using the appropriate cables. 10-100Mbps routers use CAT5/5E cables. 1Gb-Up routers use CAT6/6A.
i am using cat6. but the internet from The station to modems comes in the Telephone line.
 

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i am using cat6. but the internet from The station to modems comes in the Telephone line.
DSL is still capable of high speeds. As long as you have the cableing matching the router/modem you are good in my book in regards to my comment.
 
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