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SNR tweaking and Bonded Adsl2+ for slow Internet

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#1 Trr1ppy


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Posted 11 October 2017 - 11:09 PM

Hello Bleepers

I have recently moved back to the country and Im missing Twitch Streaming a lot. My current internet is a maximum of 16Mbps down and 0.7 Mbps up. I am 200m from the exhange.
To squeeze the most out of my internet I want to try and modify the SNR of my router and/or modem.
I have a Archer C7 v2 with the latest firmware and a Thompson TG782T in bridge mode, Is there anyway I can modify the SNR on one or both of these devices?
I suspect not so I was planning on buying the Billion BiPAC 7800VDPX That allows the SNR to be modified unless someone can recommend me a cheaper modem with dual band wireless and SNR modification.

I don't suspect modifying the SNR will do much so I think my best option is bonding 2 Adsl2+ lines, from what Ive researched the hardware is expensive but I was hoping someone could point me in the direction of second hand or the cheapest Adsl Bonders online.

Failing that does anyone have experience with Software bonding services such as speedify.com/desktop-vpn/

Thanks for the help

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  • I7 4770k
    Asus z97 pro w/ wifi ac
  • Gtx 780ti

Ethernet connection to router <1m

  • Archer c7 v2
  • Thompson TG782T (bridge mode)

Isp Telstra Adsl2+ 16Mbps / 0.7Mbps
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Edited by Trr1ppy, 12 October 2017 - 12:57 AM.

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#2 Wand3r3r


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Posted 12 October 2017 - 03:59 PM

Best way to bond is to have your ISP do it and bring in a single pair to your location.  Just my opinion but I have found hardware bonding to be less than satisfactory.  At best you get a third more but never double.


No experience with software bonding.


Concerning SNR, btw that's modem only as in the link to the ISP, what is it at now?

Are you able to access it in bridge mode?

#3 Trr1ppy

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Posted 12 October 2017 - 09:08 PM

Yeah its only a link/bridge and both modem and router dont give an SNR reading, I can access it in bridge mode.
I think for telstra to bond I'd have to qualify as a business and I dont think small time twitch streamer/youtuber would qualify :/ ..?

Edited by Trr1ppy, 12 October 2017 - 09:09 PM.

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