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Court case forces Openreach to turn off Dynamic Line Management

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Re: Court case forces Openreach to turn off Dynamic Line Management

It's all about money ASSIA are loosing revenue they have been aware what BT were doing for years and they are using the courts to get back some money and BT have a plan B so all you FTTC users will see no difference on a daily basis.

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Re: Court case forces Openreach to turn off Dynamic Line Management

So there is no more DLM ? My line still has interleave on and I'm waiting on it to go off i hate interleave it just comes and goes when it pleases.
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Re: Court case forces Openreach to turn off Dynamic Line Management

Well, there's no DLM to turn it off so.....
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Re: Court case forces Openreach to turn off Dynamic Line Management

This is a bit of a big deal isn't it? Or is it? What's the real impact (immediate and longer term) on the customer?
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Re: Court case forces Openreach to turn off Dynamic Line Management

They've been turning it off since last Friday but I haven't noticed anything. I installed a new copper twisted pair FTTC cable today on the HH5 to master socket connection and my sync went up noticeably.
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Re: Court case forces Openreach to turn off Dynamic Line Management

Hmm... So does this mean I'm stuck with my crappy reduced connection speed for the time being then, as per me thread here: https://community.bt.com/t5/BT-Infinity-Speed-Connection/Sudden-reduction-in-Sync-speed-and-added-la...

 

 

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Re: Court case forces Openreach to turn off Dynamic Line Management

What's your SNR etc right now?
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Re: Court case forces Openreach to turn off Dynamic Line Management

 

I wish I had never switched it off to move it now. I've never had this kind of bother with my connection in the years I've had fttc.

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Re: Court case forces Openreach to turn off Dynamic Line Management

They better not have or I'm gonna be very annoyed I don't want 8ms of delay kept on :/. Il end up having to have an engineer visit or something for a line reset if that's still possible without DLM. If they have taken DLM out surely it would have turned everyone's interleave off.

Just been on phone to bt and they have no records of bt turning DLM off so he said he will find out and call me today at 7-8pm. Il cry if I have 8ms of delay forever lol.
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