Hi Guys, i reset my connection last night, must have been connected before that for over a week or so. Was having trouble with some online gaming and normally a reset is a temporary fixture for this. However, when i reset my errors just seemed to be flying through the roof. I must get about 20000 errors in a few seconds which in my honest opinion is really high.
I changed filters and everything but this hasn't seem to have changed anything. Is there anything else you guys would suggest or something i have missed? My sync speed before disconnecting was pretty much the same as it is now, although the errors to didn't climb that fast. Here at my stats:
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To enable forum members to help you, could you please read the web page that is shown below, which asks you to do a few checks first, and has some helpful hints.
Do you have a master socket like this
If so, can you plug a microfilter into the test socket behind, and plug your home hub and phone into it, and see if you still get the errors clocking up.
without reading all the old posts presumably you have removed the bellwire from terminal 3 in all your sockets even though old style - just don't touch wires on 2 & 5
even though the actual change of master socket to NTE5 should not be a problem it is the property of BT and not for the homeowner
Could i request to have it changed out? If they see no faults anywhere up to my premises, i'm guessing they will be reluctant to?
openreach - if it's not broke they won't fix it.