cancel
Showing results for 
Show  only  | Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
NeilO
Moderator
Moderator
302 Views
Message 11 of 16

Re: Infinity 1 Slowing speeds over time - what can I do within the home?

@yayatoure In that case you would need to use a separate micro filter to connect to the test socket. If you don't have one I wouldn't worry about that check.

0 Ratings
yayatoure
Beginner
296 Views
Message 12 of 16

Re: Infinity 1 Slowing speeds over time - what can I do within the home?

 

Used an old microfilter. Couldn't get a signal through..

0 Ratings
pippincp
Distinguished Sage
283 Views
Message 13 of 16

Re: Infinity 1 Slowing speeds over time - what can I do within the home?

If you can't get a signal it's likely the filter is U/S.

0 Ratings
pippincp
Distinguished Sage
280 Views
Message 14 of 16

Re: Infinity 1 Slowing speeds over time - what can I do within the home?

Using the test socket rules out any charge for an engineer.
0 Ratings
yayatoure
Beginner
268 Views
Message 15 of 16

Re: Infinity 1 Slowing speeds over time - what can I do within the home?

It does? In my previous conversations with BT doing my own testing did not mean that I wouldn't be charged for an engineer.

0 Ratings
yayatoure
Beginner
267 Views
Message 16 of 16

Re: Infinity 1 Slowing speeds over time - what can I do within the home?

Would changing network cables and the OpenReach modem make a difference?

0 Ratings