We've been having an issue the last couple of days with our Fibre BB dropping for maybe a minute or so before reconnecting. It's getting pretty frustrating - but the troubleshooter shows no issues. When it is connected, speeds are now ludicrously low (I'm guessing from the constant dropping?).
Is there anything in particular I can try?
can you try quiet line test dial 17070 option 2 should be silent. maybe a dull hum if you are still using a cordless phone
have you tried connecting to test socket with filter and leaving it and see if the connection stabilises
I've checked and the line is silent using the quiet line test.
This is the only socket we've got - do I need to open it up to access the test socket?
Hi, The problem your having is the exact same thing im experiencing. I'd highly recommend you contact bt through their live chat and hope you speak to english advsior, my experience with foreign advisors is shocking as they tend to constantly lie. Speaking to an advsior through live chat is faster as they can instantly check your connection. You'd be waiting a while posting on here for answers. My guess is the problem lies outside in your property so would need a engineer visit
replies a not long as suggested by @Joseph90 when it is connection problems but when it comes to gaming and problems with latency and ping the number who reply to these type of questions are far less and as it is a customer forum people post as and when they want also only if they can help
that is master socket and if you undo the screws and take of front you can then see the test socket. then insert a filter and then connect your hub to filter and leave it and see if that helps your stability
Either way your probably looking at a engineer visit. If you connect to the test socket and your stability issues are fixed then the problem lies with the wiring inside your property and would be charged for the engineer to fix it(damaged wiring). If your stability issues perist when using the test socket then the issue lies in BT's network as is in the majority of problems. In both instances an engineer would be required. Or it could be a faulty superhub of course. Don't you have a spare one to check?