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We know the ''quality'' of your line. By quality we measure latency and packetloss of every DSL line every second. From this data we produce a graph that is updated every 100 seconds. The graph contains more than loss and latency, it includes:
 
We know the ''quality'' of your line. By quality we measure latency and packetloss of every DSL line every second. From this data we produce a graph that is updated every 100 seconds. The graph contains more than loss and latency, it includes:
 
*Percentage of packetloss
 
*Percentage of packetloss
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Revision as of 14:27, 27 February 2017


We know the quality of your line. By quality we measure latency and packetloss of every DSL line every second. From this data we produce a graph that is updated every 100 seconds. The graph contains more than loss and latency, it includes:

  • Percentage of packetloss
  • Maximum, Minimum and average latency
  • Upload throughput
  • Download throughput
  • Line rate (ie download sync speed)
  • Whether the line is hitting download throughput limits (ie maxing out the download)

All the graphs are available to you and you can view them from the control pages.

Examples