Very Strange as BT fault tracking shows the issue as being at step 1 BT retail servers.
I am not aware of any BT retail servers bieng at my home address.
It would be interesting to see what other other forum users think.
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I understand that may be the normal course but having an engineer could cost me in £130 if they find the fault at my home.
who is to say that the engineer wont say yes the fault is with your equipment when the fault is elsewhere.
That is not what I said at all, BT's own website / fault tracker shows that there is a fault with Their servers at step 1
why cant they check this fault at step one if this still shows up then at step 2 and again at the cabinet step 3 before me having to book an engineer, as a side note I had a line fault in December 2014 which was repaired and my speeds were around the 60mb mark. Nothing internally has been changed.
I have been reading about issues with G.inp and ECI modems could this be the issue.
Thats not what BT diagnostics show
shows as being step 1 BT retail servers.
surely I am the end of the connection
If the problem was my end surely the BT fault tracker would say so
I am not trying to be awkward but read the following and you may see why I am concerened about getting an enigineer out to my property. As I have said before check the line up to the cabinet or to the edge of my property before I book an engineer.
why do the ASSUME first that the fault is on my end.
Do enigineers give you a copy of the report i know i did not get one with the last External fault I had