So the connection has become stable over the last few days, but my IPprofile is still stuck at 4500kbps
Your IP profile isn't stuck, its the correct value for your sync speed.
Are you still experiencing loads of disconnections, because the exchange must of seen a lot of instability to shove your noise margin up that far?
You could try taking out the bell wire: http://www.kitz.co.uk/adsl/socket.htm .
Well my sync speed should be at 7128kbps >_> but i dont fancy rebooting the hub to get it back
This thread and my previous one http://community.bt.com/t5/BB-Speed-Connection-Issues/Slow-speeds/td-p/241903/highlight/false says it all been going on for a couple of months
You need to get whatever underlying problem is sorted with your connection first, because if you were to reset your noise margin to get your full 7.938MBPS/8128Kbps sync speed it would only decrease again because of instabibility and the noise margin will rise again.
I would contact the Moderators to get the hissy noise sorted out http://bt.custhelp.com/app/contact_email/c/4951
Can you comfirm if your connected at the test socket?
Well i have had 3 engineers come out test the line and its "Fine" apprently, even tried the test socket its fine i can;t keep it in the test socket, because my farther doesn't want the socket it to be messed with, he keeps saying BT should fix the problem, and wont allow for the tests to help he is somewhat stubborn, and when the sync speed is at 7mb or w/e the line is at, the errors occuror at irregular intervals so its not like i can demand an engineer straight away when it starts happening...and i have tried EVERYTHING that has been asked, i have been on these forums for the last month and a half maybe? maybe more, no solution, i want to get the speeds im paying for, and my money doesnt seem to be paying for much, scince their is something wrong.
As far as i know every engineer that has come to visit hasn't been to the exchange to check, and when i mention it they come up with **bleep** and bull storys saying they can't do that or w/e even though BT have told me they will, so my money has gone to waste their too.
is your router normally connected to the master socket?
if it is and your father object to you messing about with test socket as the front of master is then hanging off then maybe as previously suggested a filtered faceplate would help. this would enable you to connect the hub to the new faceplate and also do away with filters on all the rest of your sockets.
downside is that your broadband will only work when connected to filtered faceplate
OKay thanks i submitted to the mods about this and within an hour they got back to me saying they would send an i-plate not sure what one of them are mind you
hope that helps
look forward to new stats after fitting