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The pre-RS count will be higher on your SH where the SNR is lower. It's a type of Forward Error Correction (FEC) The pre and post error counters should show how well the error correction is performing i.e. Create one now!OR Login with Digital Spy account Pre/Post RS Errors :S Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... I'd suggest resetting the RS counters, don't reboot the hub and check again a few hours later to see if they've risen again. Source

Anyone else got any similar readings, or could help me out by checking theirs? However looking at todays graph, from 8am, packet loss and spiking seems to have gone ( where it was present yesterday ). My Broadband Ping Is my current graph, previously ( upto 2 weeks ago ) my connection has been great, now i am suffering from disconnections within games ( predominately BF3 ). Or perhaps the OP will get the engineer to change modems and see if it climbs 100 per second.

ferretuk View Public Profile Find More Posts by ferretuk 20-12-2012, 16:07 #4 Sephiroth Simples Join Date: Jul 2009 Location: RG41 Services: Vivid 200;Hub 3 MM; ASUS RT-AC68U. So it would be very difficult to witness a change to the LEDs that could be associated with a PRE RS error. This included looking at the Pre/post RS errors.

Yeah i am unsure if it could be congestion, my connection has been fantastic ever since i signed up, online gaming has always been good, as had downloads, browsing etc etc. Back to top #4 Chris Chris A friend to all men. Then change splitters, etc. Find More Posts by seaneeboy 21-07-2007, 21:34 #3 brdevine Forum Member Join Date: Jan 2007 Posts: 26 I'm seeing quite a lot of these pre RS errors on my

Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please join our community today. Now the day after I tell them all is okay I am rocking 26mbps at 10am when I used to get full speed. Keep us posted. VM have admitted that, in R36 at least, the counters are "unreliable".

If all is working OK they shouldn't really be much of a problem. You'll see a screen like this: -The power level should be between -3 and +8. pcoventry76(knowledge is power) Tue 12-Feb-13 10:12:45 Re: Its all gone to hell [re: simonh37] [link to this post] What I always find is that it's bad until you complain. I'm sorry that this probably isn't the news you were hoping for.

Register now! Sounds like Martin needs an Engineer visit? The staff there will be able to tell you if your area is affected by high utilisation and if so, when work is scheduled to fix this. RxMER (the signal to noise ratio) should be above 34.Another thing to check for on this page is the number of post-RS errors.

Unauthorised reproduction prohibited - Privacy Policy | Cookies | About Broadband Speed Map | Broadband Speed Test | Broadband Awards | Broadband Ping Monitoring Home Routers Port Forwarding Guides Screenshot this contact form Emma New around here? Yesterday as you can see was pretty horrendous......weirdly though, i could download and browse at pretty much full speed, gaming as expected was not possible. Would manifest as packet loss.

It may not constitute an official statement on behalf of thinkbroadband. I'm not sure if it's congestion or a fault but for a 152 package we are getting an 80% reduction in speed to less than 40mbps which isn't great especially when This can also be the reason why you lose the interactive services on your TV if VM are your service provider there too.What to do if your power levels are out have a peek here Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  Post a question Virgin Media Community : Broadband : Networking and wireless : Post RS Errors or rebooting Super Hub 2ac Reply

Cheers Ralph_RForum Moderator The do's and don'ts. Password Register FAQ Community Calendar Community Links Members List Reported PostsTop Posters Go to Page... chienmort View Public Profile Find More Posts by chienmort Advertisement 19-12-2012, 11:44 #2 jb66 cf.mega poster Join Date: Aug 2009 Posts: 4,955 Re: RS Errors the superhub reports

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I've run a few checks on your connection. Edited by simonh37 (Mon 11-Feb-13 14:09:28) Register (or login) on our website and you will not see this ad. Follow the house rules 0 Kudos Steven0151 Joining in 14 0 0 Registered: ‎31-05-2015 Message 9 of 18 (431 Views) Flag for a moderator Re: Post RS Errors or rebooting Super Like it's been perfect for a few days and during a call from the complaints team.

If the lines only come part way down, that usually manifests itself by your connection slowing down or web pages becoming unresponsive or failing to load the first time. Back to top #5 Frost Frost Quitter Elite Member 2,512 posts Posted 11 November 2014 - 11:50 AM Is VM ADSL? How has it been since your last post? Check This Out If I get a problem trying to view VOD content and cancel back out, my pre RS errors show up as 9999, 0, 0 until I change the channel to something

seb Sebastien Lahtinen Co-Founder, [email protected] personal blog - twitter - @sebtweet The author of the above post is a thinkbroadband staff member. If your post-RS error count keeps going up it's likely a sign of an issue with your connection, so it's worth resetting the counter to 0, then checking periodically to see The time now is 03:40. -- Cable Forum Main -- Cable Forum Mobile -- Cable Forum Test Style Contact Us - Faults Lookup - Service Status - Cable Forum - Archive It's fibre optic to the cabinet, then coax cable from there to your house.They used to offer ADSL connections as well.

Dooban - don't be afraid to talk freely... Once of my channels is closing in on a million after 4 days uptime: mine has been up for over a month and half my channels are in the hundreds and BT Infinity2; Tivo; XL Phone; Devolo 200AV Posts: 5,158 Re: Pre RS Errors Between your two screen shots, the downstream SNR has dramatically improved. I don't think they offer ADSL to new customers anymore, but existing customers can still keep their ADSL connection (for the time being anyway).

So, if DS1 was 41 db and DS2 was 37 dB, you'd see higher pre-RS errors and possible higher post-RS errors. seaneeboy View Public Profile Visit seaneeboy's homepage! brdevine View Public Profile Find More Posts by brdevine 22-07-2007, 12:31 #4 seaneeboy Forum Member Join Date: Jan 2004 Location: Leeds, UK Posts: 3,071 Pre shouldn't cause too much All rights reserved.

Freeview TV. I'm sure nobody here would take the piss. Find More Posts by Martin_D 27-04-2014, 10:06 #4 General Maximus Phoenix Legions Join Date: Nov 2008 Location: Lincoln Services: phone + L TV + 200mbit BB + Sky+HD