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simon194
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Re: g.inp

Post by simon194 » Thu Mar 19, 2015 12:25 pm

billion_fan wrote: We want a firmware that works with all UK ISPs, and Sky is one that we work hard to support, also we have a lot of Sky customers using our products, and we will continue to support them
Which isn't entirely surprising considering the locked down "dog's doo" Sky expect us to connect to the internet with. :D :D :D

billion_fan
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Re: g.inp

Post by billion_fan » Thu Mar 19, 2015 12:42 pm

simon194 wrote:
billion_fan wrote: We want a firmware that works with all UK ISPs, and Sky is one that we work hard to support, also we have a lot of Sky customers using our products, and we will continue to support them
Which isn't entirely surprising considering the locked down "dog's doo" Sky expect us to connect to the internet with. :D :D :D
Agreed,

Update from prichards with the newer version of firmware looks positive, been up for over a hour now :D (we would like a 24 hour test to confirm) once confirmed we can release the firmware

Big thanks to prichards

hypericum
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Re: g.inp

Post by hypericum » Sat Mar 21, 2015 8:55 am

My G.INP went live today at 05:54.

I am on on firmware 2.32d.dm2 - I don't know where this fits in the order of firmwares. I've not changed it since I bought the 8800nl last year.

My sync rates are virtually unchanged but my noise margins changed: from 5 to 6.5 down: and from 12.5 to 7.7 up. So one improvement one deterioration.

Interleave depth has gone from 1 to 8.

Not sure what this all means but one more confirmation that G.INP works on the 8800nl on a particular firmware.

John

swatboy79
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Re: g.inp

Post by swatboy79 » Mon Mar 23, 2015 9:24 am

My sync speed has now gone up even more since G.INP first went active to like it was when I was the first one on the cabinate
67000 and 19999. Really happy. so thats a jump from 54000 and 14900. Can't beat billion for performance where you need it.

Not sure where that leaves us with vectoring as this is the maximum for my line in theroy at 500 meters...

ricke17
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Re: g.inp

Post by ricke17 » Mon Mar 23, 2015 2:57 pm

I am confused by this thread as don't understand what g.inp is nor how I would know if it has been activated on my line. But on further research, my router stats are similar to the one in this article (which I found pretty straight forward to understand!) http://www.increasebroadbandspeed.co.uk/g.inp

I am about 100 meters from my green cabinet and got my 8800AXL last Thursday and speeds have increase from 70/20 (with the HH5) to near on 80/20 - so am pleased with that.

Rick.

swatboy79
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Re: g.inp

Post by swatboy79 » Mon Mar 23, 2015 3:37 pm

Yes mark was on this thread a few days ago and produced that article.

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Re: g.inp

Post by ricke17 » Mon Mar 23, 2015 3:48 pm

swatboy79 wrote:Yes mark was on this thread a few days ago and produced that article.
It explains it really well I think.

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Re: g.inp

Post by swatboy79 » Tue Mar 24, 2015 8:42 am

ricke17 wrote:
swatboy79 wrote:Yes mark was on this thread a few days ago and produced that article.
It explains it really well I think.
Yes it is a great site, he has some great articles.

ardsar
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Re: g.inp

Post by ardsar » Tue Mar 24, 2015 10:04 am

Hows the testing going.

Is the firmware going to be released?

swatboy79
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Re: g.inp

Post by swatboy79 » Tue Mar 24, 2015 10:31 am

More importantly, when it is realeased, a change note would be great along with G.INP / G.Vectoring and upload attenuation display (been missing since day 1).

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