Hi Roger hanks for that.
Im a bit confused by the what the other helper was saying. As I am paying for 50Mb is this not the download speed I would be expecting to acheive?
My upload speed used to be 1Mb and is now 7Mb substantial increase, I was expecting a substantial change in my downlaod speed in Mbs from moving from standard copper ADSL to FTTC VDSL should that not be the case?
The margin levels are high, but may be because of your relative short distance to the street cab. Strangely the connection looks clean enough, but even level 16 interleave is a tad high for a quiet line. That higher interleave maybe due to resets by you. And also it may have added extra margin to the SNRm, but you have a choice. Either ... just leave it connected without disconnection by you, and let it self heal .... or, unplug the router and do without internet for about 24 hours, and plug it in again on a reboot and see if it's any better. If nothing changes after leaving it alone ... or doing the 24 hour disconnection, you may need to get the line config checked out by moderators on here. What I'm trying to say is ... it's difficult to ascertain which it is, because of your closeness to the exchange, but if it doesn't self heal in the next 4-5 days, I'd get the connection config checked out. But DO NOT keep resetting it ... it'll end up locked up in a low linespeed profile.
Why is no "further diagnostic" result on the BT Wholesale performance test, unless I missed it? That would show what the IP profile is currently set to, as that would restrict the download speed.
You are conecting at the maximum 55/10 speed of Infinity1 or whatever its called this week.
Hello, you must uninstall the updates and restore the plan to the previous version. Then again update it to the latest version. Your speed might become fast by doing this.