BSNL Broadband Speed Is PERFECTLY CORRECT SPEED!!

Discussion in 'BSNL broadband' started by players_player, Jun 25, 2008.

  1. players_player

    players_player New Member

    Alright everybody i am a bsnl broadband user with the unlimited plan 750 and i must say that the speed is very good for such a price. no complaints what-so-ever. just letting ur'l know incase anybody decides to take bsnl in their area.
  2. Admin

    Admin Administrator Staff Member

    Yea Ive heard very often on this forum about good speeds on Bsnl but the trouble really starts when you need customer service :( Their support doesnt have very good reviews.

    PS: I dont have a BSNL connection.
  3. player

    player New Member

    who needs customer care service when INDIABROADBAND is here...........
  4. superprash2003

    superprash2003 New Member

    true :D ..
    @player
    players_player who's that??related to you?? :D
  5. If everything goes normal then BSNL is the best!!!!!
  6. perry261

    perry261 New Member

    bsnl service

    I agree with you. I have by and large, good experience with them .

    perry261
    26.06.2008
  7. player

    player New Member

    I dont know this person!!!!!!!
  8. just4kix

    just4kix Guardian Angel Staff Member

    He is a clone of "Goku" :)
  9. mani_cafe

    mani_cafe New Member

    i have already use bsnl 750 plan but speed is very poor.....maximum speed is 110 kbps pls advice me some solution.
  10. just4kix

    just4kix Guardian Angel Staff Member

    It all depends upon the Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR), the distance from the BSNL exchange. whitestar_999 has done a lot of research on this and he would be able to advice you.
  11. player

    player New Member

    witestar said that in your BSNL modem configuration assure that only G.dmt is enable and ADSL2 & ADSL2+ must be disabled as he says that BSNL modems are not built for ADSL2 or +

    after applying this then notice in the SNR margin and your line Attenuation as in my case SNR increased!!

    wait till whitestar replies he will clear all the doubts
  12. player

    player New Member

    lol
  13. whitestar_999

    whitestar_999 Platinum Member

    @mani_cafe,if your problem still exists send me a PM.before doing this check in your modem settings that SNR values are above 10 & should be around 28 & 15(downstream & upstream).similarly Line Attn values must not be greater than 30-35 for downstream/local & around 15-20 for upstream/remote.operational mode must be G.dmt not ADSL2.
  14. puchu

    puchu Member

    :D:D
  15. jigu

    jigu New Member

    i m using same plan. very good plan.

    i m using 50GB/month.
  16. ani2cool

    ani2cool Guest

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  17. rohitashva007

    rohitashva007 New Member

    which plan what isbandwidth please explain.
  18. royal

    royal New Member


    hi mate, can you let me know whether below values are ok ? :(

    Upstream
    ADSL Link Speed 512 Kbps (Upstream)
    ADSL Link Speed 2048 Kbps (DownStream)

    SNR 23 dB (Upstream)
    SNR 37.0 dB (DownStream)

    CRC 0 (Upstream)
    CRC 0 (DownStream)

    Attenuation 11.0 dB (Upstream)
    Attenuation 17.0 dB (DownStream)

    FEC 0 (Upstream)
    FEC 0 (DownStream)

    HEC(ATM Layer) 0 (Upstream)
    HEC(ATM Layer) 0 (DownStream)


    Operation Mode is G.DMT
  19. meetdilip

    meetdilip The Wizard

    Your values are alright. Are you facing any specific problem.
  20. royal

    royal New Member

    yes...I was getting around 220KB/s till few days back...:)

    getting around 50-60 KB/s now...:13: I am on 500C+ plan

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