on 14-04-2011 17h53
on 14-04-2011 18h10
Thanks John46, lets see what happens in the next few days. That could be useful. (Am bothered that according to thinkbroadband, people are getting 4-6 mbps 2 streets away)
on 14-04-2011 18h22
on 14-04-2011 20h10
I understand the variances - just hard to live with when its you that's being impacted.
That's a case for another day I think. Constant line speed, Good IP Profile etc. are what i would like to see happen in the coming week to ten days.
Enjoy your evening.
on 18-04-2011 18h51
Please see latest test from speedtester.bt.com. Looks like the profile has gone in the right direction.
|0 Kbps||2000 Kbps|
Max Achievable Speed
|Download speedachieved during the test was - 1379 Kbps|
For your connection, the acceptable range of speeds is 400-2000 Kbps.
Your DSL Connection Rate :1792 Kbps(DOWN-STREAM), 448 Kbps(UP-STREAM)
IP Profile for your line is - 1500 Kbps
I'll continue to monitor, though i still want to get my SNRM sorted and 63dB is to much. I'll hope that thats comes down soonish. Thanks for the advice all!
on 18-04-2011 19h07
Hi, thanks for the quick repsonse, yeah, got those muddled for a moment there.
|Connection Speed||1792 kbps||448 kbps|
|Line Attenuation||63.0 db||31.5 db|
|Noise Margin||12.1 db||17.0 db|
The downstream NM is coming down .1 dB each day, not sure what to make of that tbh.
on 18-04-2011 19h11
the noise margin will fluctuate during the day being higher in the morning to 4pmish and the it will drop gradually by about 2/3 over the night only for it to rise again the next morning. the cycle then starts again.
if you maintain a stable connection then your noise margin should drop with possibly a small increase in your speed. as said before the normal is about 6db