Over the last 3 months i have lots of problem lots of disconnects and a big line problem lots of noise all these problems seems to have stopped i have gone 8 days with no disconnects when should i see my speed increase when installed a good 54mb was coming to the house now i cannot get over 38mb
DLM can take up to 3 weeks to fully recover although it is frequently less than this.
Keep an eye on it over the next week or so and you should see it slowly rising. The emphasis being on slowly.
Run the BT Wholesale speed tester , taking the further diagnostics option & see what your profile is showing. It's here:- http://speedtest.btwholesale.com/
Not sure if a router reboot might help.
BTW DLM took just 72hours to restore my line back to normal.
Also the DLM Does get stuck.
My lines been fixed for over 2 months, since an underground fault. I tried to force the issue leave it a week restart the modem every week for over a month month. nothing changed still banded or locked at 67000kbps down at the time i had a 9db noise margin. I switched the BT modem for a day from Hg612 to ECI then a day later switched back then a few days later finally the interleaving got disabled.
The non interleaved line has stuck well over 2 weeks now However it must still be banded because it will not sync above 67000kbps in downstream even though the SNR margin is always between 7.5db and 8db. since I got the non interleaved line and i now loath to force a resync just in case it triggers interleaving again.
I really could of done with a DLM profile reset, but the underground wire issue was affecting my line but was not considered a faulty line, it wasn't until a neighbours line lost the dialling tone that open reach finally changed the whole cable cluster to the pole. I'm guessing getting a DLM reset done now will be very difficult.
xdslcmd info --stats xdslcmd: ADSL driver and PHY status Status: Showtime Retrain Reason: 1 Last initialization procedure status: 0 Max: Upstream rate = 25710 Kbps, Downstream rate = 72244 Kbps Bearer: 0, Upstream rate = 20000 Kbps, Downstream rate = 66969 Kbps Link Power State: L0 Mode: VDSL2 Annex B VDSL2 Profile: Profile 17a TPS-TC: PTM Mode(0x0) Trellis: U:ON /D:ON Line Status: No Defect Training Status: Showtime Down Up SNR (dB): 7.8 8.9 Attn(dB): 16.8 0.0 Pwr(dBm): 13.7 5.9 VDSL2 framing Bearer 0 MSGc: 18 150 B: 239 236 M: 1 1 T: 23 5 R: 0 16 S: 0.1141 0.3771 L: 16832 5410 D: 1 1 I: 240 255 N: 240 255 Counters Bearer 0 OHF: 361592579 1574263 OHFErr: 24513 75 RS: 0 103298 RSCorr: 0 1381 RSUnCorr: 0 0 Bearer 0 HEC: 26037 0 OCD: 758 0 LCD: 758 0 Total Cells: 1746230717 0 Data Cells: 2012615447 0 Drop Cells: 0 Bit Errors: 0 0 ES: 4504 86 SES: 46 0 UAS: 62 52 AS: 714286 Bearer 0 INP: 0.00 0.00 INPRein: 0.00 0.00 delay: 0 0 PER: 1.97 6.15 OR: 97.19 202.87 AgR: 67066.02 20203.27 Bitswap: 541480/541480 211/214
Is there any way to tell for sure whether your line is on interleaved or fastpath? For example my ping right now to bbc.co.uk is 23ms, I'm not sure if that's good or bad.