Thanks for all your help guys. It is a shame I don't have longer logs to look at. I will keep the thread updated while I'm testing with the main test socket and without powerline adapters. I guess that could take a month though to get a good look at as I'm leaving the powerline adapters on for now and just using the test socket.
Umpire, I did read somewhere that if the noise margin was high on my line at some point then the DLM can drop the connection speed which would then lower the noise margin back to around 6db to keep it all stable. I guess that's the same as what you are already suggesting though with crosstalk.
Just an update, did some moving around today and decided I no longer need the powerline adapters, so they have all been removed. I reset the homehub and will start the test from now and see if anything changes.
So I did the DSL check thing again.
So when I did it on the 9/2/16 it said this:
When I did it today, it says this:
So this second one is more accurate considering my max download speed is 60mb if I was on the impacted line.
But what happened within 10 days that they changed the data this much? Or do you think it just takes them months to update their data?
Also what can cause a line to go from normal to impacted in the space of 6 months?
ok thanks. Can you get speeds of 80meg on an impacted line? Because I was getting that at one point for a few months. I just don't know if it took this long for the DLSM to lower my speed or if my line has changed from being clean to impacted due to something BT has done.
It must be crosstalk then I guess. 😞 that sucks as there is nothing I can do about that. Thanks for your help