are you still finding you are dropping internet connection ( hub IP changing) and that is causing the speed to stay at 288? If so then phone CS 03301234150 and report line fault not broadband
Like me, @barnettgs is deaf and unable to use the phone! Yes, it makes life difficult but until a Mod joins the topic and volunteers to help, as they have done in the past.
However, if you log on to MyBT and navigate your way to :
Report and track your BT problem | BT Help
Assuming you have a mobile 'phone.
Text PHONE to 61998 (charges may apply at your standard rate).
Monday to Friday 8am - 9pm
Weekends and bank holidays 8am - 8pm
Hopefully, they won't need to call you! When/if they text, I always mention I am deaf!
It would help if @barnettgs could post the information I asked for and then take it from there. If dropping connection then needs engineer visit but if stable then stuck in banded profile and mods can help with that
I have two accounts so not sure which one is tied to my mobile number but I tried BT Troubleshooter online and it did not find a fault on my 2nd line.
So I think it could be a struck profile so I would like to see it reset if there is no fault on the line. 1st line is doing fine while 2nd line doesn't yet both lines had the same power outages a month ago.
previously you posted that the IP address of the troublesome hub kept changing and that is due to your internet connection dropping. the question is that still happening as that is a line fault and needs fixed before any profile reset otherwise with drops continuing the speed will be back banded in no time
The thing is that there was a power outage again a couple of days ago and I was away for a couple of days last week so I decided not to continue recording the ip.
I just feel I can't be bothered to deal with this issue continually especially after one month has been passed. I'm paying a £60+ a month for what is an essentially broadband services only and the engineer did turn up but it was still not fixed.
After a total of 4 engineers visit (Having had 2 engineers visit last week) and I still get this:
See that it is only 4 minutes, I only saw that after I logged in the router so that means the connection has been dropped itself.
BT advisors on the phone told me that they (also the engineers) did the test on the line and found nothing wrong with my line, they think it is inside my property!
How that can be? My router is connected directly to the master socket next to it and still doing poorly.
All I know is it just happened after the storm back in early July! It has been fine for years prior to that and nothing inside the property has been changed! Can I make this any more clearer?
are you still using the test socket? from your last stats the down attainable is only 348kbps suggesting a line fault.
is it possible to get some assistance to check if you have a dial tone and if so line is silent
We do not have any telephone. If BT engineer onsite did a test on the line (a few times) using their own equipment and found no fault. What are the odds of us finding a fault if there is anyone checking just the dial tone alone?
I have just removed the master socket but to be honest, the front plate is working fine and we get more or less the same connection issues, whether it is a test socket or not.
I just did the BT Troubleshooter online minutes ago to test my line and told me to wait a few minutes for 'my hub' to restart and after that, I logged into the router to find the speed is near normal although the uploads speed is quite far off from what it should normally be (around 1000 kbps) so the line is probably not 100% what it should be. I suspect that if BT engineers can't find what is wrong with the line then I will consider it a 'dead' line and I would want to request a termination of my contract based on it because it is unusable. It would be a nightmare, had I owned one line that happens to be problematic. Just not worth the hassle of trying to get it fixed if the previous 4 engineers could not get it fixed?
Here is the latest stats just after doing the BT Troubleshooter using the test socket (however it was the same with front plate after the troubleshooter before removing it prior to checking the stats).
if that is same line which had the 348kbps then connecting to test socket has made big improvement as now at 2.85mb and potential to go up to 3.3mb. with stable connection your speed should start to move nearer attainable
the reason to check for dial tone is the phone needs both wires connected to work whereas broadband can work with only 1 wire connected but it usually is very slow
Checked this morning @ 912am, here's the stats, you can see the speed has dropped:
Then again this evening @ 749pm, it seemed to have disconnected itself a few hours ago and dropped to very low:
Notice the SNR Margin especially the downstream, it is more or less the same despite the huge speed drop.
So what I was saying that every time the engineer comes and think he/she has fixed it then the same problem came back a day or two later.