Any experience with fritzbox on a long/noisy line?

Discussion in 'UK VOIP' started by Adam Lipscombe, Feb 9, 2007.

  1. has anyone had experience of the fritzbox sync performance on noisy and/or long lines?

    I am think of buying one but my line is far from ideal, and I don't want something that will only
    sync at a very slow rate.


    TIA - Adam
    Adam Lipscombe, Feb 9, 2007
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  2. Adam Lipscombe

    Herman Guest

    "Adam Lipscombe" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > has anyone had experience of the fritzbox sync performance on noisy and/or
    > long lines?
    >
    > I am think of buying one but my line is far from ideal, and I don't want
    > something that will only sync at a very slow rate.
    >
    >
    > TIA - Adam


    Can't give you any advice based on experience of low sync speeds or indeed
    ADSL connection ( I have a fairly good cable 4mb connection). However, I
    believe that you will be OK for VoIP if you have at least 100k up and
    downstream, as the QoS on the FritzBox appears to be better than others.
    This may mean you have slow speeds for low-priority traffic, but this is how
    QoS should work of course.

    It is also particularly good at maintaining SIP registration. All other
    ATAs I have tried give up trying to re-register if they fail a set number
    of times. FritzBox appears to keep on trying every few minutes.

    Perhaps the solution is getting one from somewhere that will allow you to
    take it back if you are not happy with its performance.
    Herman, Feb 9, 2007
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  3. Adam Lipscombe

    Anon E Mouse Guest

    Adam Lipscombe wrote:
    > has anyone had experience of the fritzbox sync performance on noisy
    > and/or long lines?
    >
    > I am think of buying one but my line is far from ideal, and I don't want
    > something that will only sync at a very slow rate.
    >
    >
    > TIA - Adam

    The Fritzbox is a Texas Instruments AR7 based router. This chipset has a
    good reputation with long lines and noise especially when connected to a
    TI based DSLAM
    Anon E Mouse, Feb 9, 2007
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  4. Adam Lipscombe

    John G1JOD Guest

    Last year I tried the Fritzbox 7050 on my 5KM line and it wouldn't hold the
    connection, dropping in and out of sync. Updated the firmware tried
    everything to get it to work. AVM were extremely helpful as well as
    broadbandstuff.co.uk, who I would highly recommend for there customer
    support.
    Of course this issue may have now been resolved and the problem sorted.
    It was a great shame as it was perfect for my set-up, I already had several
    ISDN phones and it integrated seamlessly with the PSTN and several voip
    providers. By far the best solution I have found at a reasonable cost.
    My line was 1mb and the snr using a Linksys router about 12, so was a real
    test for any adsl modem, however all the ones I have tried have all synced
    OK and held the connection.
    Maybe someone else can give some further advice and advise if things have
    improved.
    The user interface is brilliant! On a good line it would be a brilliant
    device.

    John






    "Anon E Mouse" <no...@email...zz> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Adam Lipscombe wrote:
    >> has anyone had experience of the fritzbox sync performance on noisy
    >> and/or long lines?
    >>
    >> I am think of buying one but my line is far from ideal, and I don't want
    >> something that will only sync at a very slow rate.
    >>
    >>
    >> TIA - Adam

    > The Fritzbox is a Texas Instruments AR7 based router. This chipset has a
    > good reputation with long lines and noise especially when connected to a
    > TI based DSLAM
    John G1JOD, Feb 9, 2007
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  5. Adam Lipscombe

    Dave Guest

    In message <>, Anon E Mouse
    <no.?.?.?@email.?.?.zz.invalid> writes
    >Adam Lipscombe wrote:
    >> has anyone had experience of the fritzbox sync performance on noisy
    >>and/or long lines?
    >> I am think of buying one but my line is far from ideal, and I don't
    >>want something that will only sync at a very slow rate.
    >> TIA - Adam

    >The Fritzbox is a Texas Instruments AR7 based router. This chipset has
    >a good reputation with long lines and noise especially when connected
    >to a TI based DSLAM


    I've had one running for about 4 weeks with no discernible difference
    from the router previously supplied by my ISP (Zyxel Prestige 660R-61C)

    I've a 1MB ADSL line about 5km from the exchange and I am in Spain.

    FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7140 Annex A, Firmware version 39.04.20

    Receive
    direction Send direction
    Attainable data rate Kbit/s 1496
    664
    ATM data rate Kbit/s 1024
    320
    User data rate Kbit/s 928
    290
    Latency path
    interleaved interleaved
    Latency ms 16
    16
    Frame Coding Rate Kbit/s 32
    32
    FEC Coding Rate Kbit/s 128
    32
    Trellis Coding Rate Kbit/s 124
    60
    Negotiation adaptive
    fixed

    Signal/Noise ratio dB 4
    17
    Line attenuation dB 64
    32
    Status 0
    0


    HTH

    Dave
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    Dave, Feb 10, 2007
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