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Re: Anyone know how full VM's network is?

I also now know why I'm seeing broadband outages.

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Re: Anyone know how full VM's network is?

That's not really valid anymore. VM have retired that router in many sites and haven't used it for broadband for a while. They don't use that architecture either. They've moved away from I-CMTS to M-CMTS and CCAP.

Loads of resources on CCAP throughout, though the issue I have is at my optical node.

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Re: Anyone know how full VM's network is?

Everybody now go out and buy a spectrum analyser!

Seph - ( DEFROCKED - My advice is at your risk)

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Yikes, those are expensive pieces of kit. I did it ghetto style and absolutely nothing being sent onto the VM network to disturb other customers Smiley Happy

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Re: Anyone know how full VM's network is?

I analysed a Spectrum years ago and got an Acorn Electron instead (or rather me mum did).Smiley Very Happy







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