After just over 3 days up time Hub reset itself this morning, mercifully it reconnected at previous rate for download, 36 meg upload was less than before. No obvious reason from the log.
Here I go again, the usual quarterly reduction in speed, last one in September. On 16th December a TRO69 command re booted my HUB 5. The result an immediate downgrade in speed from around 40mb to 30-32 on download, sometimes a lot lower. Ping increased from 18 ms to 27. Since then my HUB has rebooted itself another 3 times, the most recent occurrence on 29th December. I firmly believe there is a fault in the CAB caused by a hardware/software update. On the last 3 occassions I have had this the most effective solution was the engineer resetting my port in the CAB, result instant and visible speed increase back to 40 Mbs.
Clearly nothing has been learnt from the previous experiences so I guess I have to go all through the loop again of fault reporting just to get the port reset in the CAB. My house wiring has been checked thoroughly and the last engineer said how well it had been done.
can you post stats from your hub again please there is no physical reset of a cab port which gave you a speed increase if was a DLM reset which can be activated remotely on engineer request
Hope you can see it.... forgot how to transfer straight from HUB stats into an email, my photo was too big...
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1. Product Name: HomeHub5
2. Serial number: +076284+1534004531
3. Firmware version: v0.07.07.03230-BT (Type B) Last updated 11/5/2018
4. Board version: 01
5. VDSL uptime: 1 days, 22:36:15
6. Data Rate: 12108 / 35004
7. Maximum Data Rate: 12190 / 40796
8. Noise Margin: 6.1 / 6.0
9. Line Attenuation: 24.8 / 20.5
10. Signal Attenuation: 0.0 / 0.0
11. Data sent/received: 590.0 MB / 3.5 GB
12. Broadband username: email@example.com
13. BT Wi-fi: No
14. 2.4GHz wireless network/SSID: BTHub5-S95M
15. 2.4GHz wireless connections: Enabled (802.11 b/g/n (up to 144 Mb/s))
16. 2.4GHz wireless security: WPA2 Only (Recommended)
17. 2.4GHz wireless channel: 8
18. 5GHz wireless network/SSID: BTHub5-S95M5GHZ
19. 5GHz wireless connections: Enabled (802.11 a/n/ac (up to 1300 Mb/s))
20. 5GHz wireless security: WPA2 Only (Recommended)
21. 5GHz wireless channel: 36
22. Firewall: Default
23. MAC Address: 5c:dc:96:d3:37:cf
24. Software variant: -
25. Boot loader: 0.5.1-BT (Wed Nov 12 11:52:05 2014)t
you had a reset just over a day ago and speed now at 35mb with attainable 40mb which is similar to previous stats you posted
did you try quiet line test just because nothing has changed does not mean you cannot now have line noise or interference dia 17070 option 2 should be silent apart from announcement and should be done with corded phone
Thanks for that. Just did a speed test which shows 32 on download , my IP profile is set at 33.88 which as I understand it means I will never get more than that, certainly not 38-40 which I was getting. Doesnt explain why the ping has suddenly gone from 18-27 ms, ie response time is longer. Why does a DLM reset cure the situation ? Why does my line not return to it's original state instead of being in a reduced state ? Something happened to my line and/or the CAB on 15/16th December which caused the current issue.
Will try a quiet line test as you suggest.
Are you able to request a DLM reset on my line please ?
DLM system is used to control the performance and stability of related lines, which in practice means that your speed may go up or down depending upon how stable / error prone DLM thinks the line is. Broadly speaking the DLM system on Openreach’s FTTC network works pretty well, although sometimes a connection’s profile may become stuck at a lower level or other problems can occur that might benefit from a profile reset.
please see the above article taken from ISP Review this year confirming a profile can get stuck at a lower level.