Below is a link to a screeshot demonstring ADSL stats and uptime for my router/modem
Internet speed and noise increased roughly two weeks ago following a malfunctioning microfilter - that has subsequently been replaced.
I have read on other posts that following an unstable connection an automated BT system attenuates bandwidth in response ,reducing speed.
I have also read that after 3-5 days of a stable connection the same system will attempt to reverse these precautions in 3DB intervals. And that if this fails to take place I either have an issue with my line (which is extremely unlikely considering the circumstances) and that I should contact a forum moderator in order to process a DNS reset request.
If my research/assumptions are correct I am happy to supply any info further required.
Otherwise I appreciate any advice in advance.
P.s I have performed these same tests on the main phone connection with similar results indicating extension wiring is functioning fine.
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you cannot get a DNS reset you mean a noise margin reset
this is your problem
Due to all the disconnections / restarts of your hub you are now in a banded profile you need to maintain a stable connection for 3/5 days and you will start to lift out of the banding automatically
Apologies for incorrect terminology. (Im an electronic engineer only specalising in chips)
As you can see my connection has an uptime of 75 hours - just over 3 days.
Your connection time is 28 hrs so just stay connected and banding shou,d release automatically in 3/5 days. If you get 3+ days connection time then repost your stats and mods may be able to help
75hrs is system uptime which is not the same
Ah ok that explains things ; again terminology issues it seems.
If you would be kind as to let me know what uptime is reffering to?