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Littlepace
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DSL Checker Speed changes

So I'm having an engineer out tomorrow to do a profile reset and hopefully sort out my low speeds, fingers crossed anyway. I was on about 0.8 upload before so I decided to check on The DSL checker website to see what I should be getting and my expected speeds have increased.  Download I was predicted between 32-40 and it's now gone up to 35-46. What would cause them to change and is it likely that once my line is sorted I will achieve these speeds?? Weird seeing a speed increase when I'm not even meeting the minimum speeds on the previous list. Can anyone shed some light on this cheers?

 

 

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XRaySpeX
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Re: DSL Checker Speed changes

Please post your full Router Stats. For a Home Hub see on here: Broadband Top Tips . Full router stats are key to any speed & connection issues.

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Littlepace
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Re: DSL Checker Speed changes

What?? I'm not asking for help concerning my low speeds. I'm already getting that sorted and I've already had a thread dedicated to that. I'm asking why my DSLCHECKER expected speeds have gone up. That's all.
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XRaySpeX
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Re: DSL Checker Speed changes

OK. I was wondering whether you had low connection speeds or just slow speedtests. They can be vastly different for vastly different reasons. I'll now look at your other thread & find out for myself.

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XRaySpeX
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Re: DSL Checker Speed changes

When you did the BT Broadband Availability Checker what did it say at the foot of the table about Premise environment?

 

You have quoted its revised Clean range but what is its Impacted range now?

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Littlepace
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Re: DSL Checker Speed changes


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Downstream Line Rate(Mbps)

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WBC FTTC Availability Date

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VDSL Range A (Clean) 46 35 7.9 5.8 32.4 Available -- -- Yes --
VDSL Range B (Impacted) 35 18 7.5 3.9 13.7 Available -- -- Yes --
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VDSL Multicast -- -- -- Available -- -- -- --
Premise environment

Status

Bridge Tap Y
VRI N
NTEFaceplate N
Last Test Date 17-05-2017
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Littlepace
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Re: DSL Checker Speed changes

The impacted range has gone up as well. Not by much, but it has increased.
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Littlepace
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Re: DSL Checker Speed changes

Before on the bridge tap it said U. Now it has a Y, what does this mean??
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@Littlepace wrote:
Before on the bridge tap it said U. Now it has a Y, what does this mean??

Bridge tap u for unknown, bridge tap y for yes, bridge tap n for no. 

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Littlepace
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Re: DSL Checker Speed changes

So I've had the engineer out. Had some resets. Got a home hub 5 and tested again. Download has gone up slightly to about 25, and the upload is between 3-5. Which is an improvement. I'm guessing I've got an impacted line as these speeds fall in that bracket.
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