There is no throttling so the buffering of your sports program is a problem with your connection whether that is in your home or line or exchange
Were you using wireless or ethernet?
you need to post some router stats and also btspeedtester diagnostic results
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if using a hub 4 locate these lines located in the hub logs
Lines should look like this
19:11:29, 07 Nov. (2290101.460000) DSL noise margin: 7.00 dB upstream, 6.10 dB downstream
19:11:29, 07 Nov. (2290101.390000) DSL line rate: 448 Kbps upstream, 288 Kbps downstream
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If theres absolutely no throttling whatsoever with BT, then why does this quote keep cropping up?
"BT manage p2p during peak ours unless you are on the totally unlimited contract taken out since feb 2013"
Theres nothing wrong with the excharge - with the exception of BT being too tight to get fibre in the area anyway. I can download files fine, online gaming, even torrents run 400-600kbs 99% of the time.
When it comes to watching live sport however its barely watchable, I tried watching a game a mintue or two ago and it buffers every five seconds, its not in HD so theres something dodgey going off if my internet can't stream without buffering every other second.
Seen countless other posts on different forums stating the same problems with p2p streaming programms such as Acestream.
|09:28:18, 02 May.||( 71.190000) DSL noise margin: 22.00 dB upstream, 6.20 dB downstream|
|09:28:17, 02 May.||( 71.030000) DSL line rate: 448 Kbps upstream, 5888 Kbps downstream|
This is from yesterday
As you moved home and had to downgrade from infinity about August last year you must have had to take a new contract which is totally unlimited where the p2p section of t&c has been deleted. If you still not convinced then run glasnost test http://broadband.mpi-sws.org/transparency/bttest.php
were you using wireless or wired?
Using wireless, went from 80mb at my old address to a mere 5mb here so abit of a difference as you can imagine.
Just don't get why live p2p streaming is impossible for me, yet I can download torrents 24/7 perectly fine. Even on a 5mb connection I should be able to stream without a hiccup whether its SD, 720 or 1080.
Running the glasnot test now, so will post results in a mintue