I think the spikes must be caused by a fridge or freezer as nothing else is on during the night unless the noise source is external.
I will fit some mains filter chokes on the fridge/freezer and see if that stops the spikes but it may be external and out of my control.
I will post the SNR log later today.
Can you hear any noise on quiet line test?
No, no noise really. I ran the BT automated line test as well and that said no faults.
But isn't this curve totally wrong? We have a bad SNR most of the time and then it peaks to a higher and better SNR?
or am i misunderstanding this.....................
Still lots of ES errors too..........
|Line Rate - Upstream (Kbps)||576|
|Line Rate - Downstream (Kbps)||2880|
|Default Gateway / IPv4 Address||pppoa0 (DSL) / 184.108.40.206|
|Link Power State||L0|
|Line Coding (Trellis)||On||On|
|SNR Margin (dB)||6.2||7.0|
|Output Power (dBm)||17.9||12.6|
|Attainable Rate (Kbps)||2860||764|
|K (number of bytes in DMT frame)||91||19|
|R (number of check bytes in RS code word)||8||16|
|S (RS code word size in DMT frame)||2.00||2.00|
|D (interleaver depth)||16||2|
|INP (DMT symbol)||0.34||0.06|
|Super Frame Errors||1327||22|
|RS Correctable Errors||1250468||35|
|RS Uncorrectable Errors||2571||0|