Due an issue with incoming phone calls on my DrayTek 2800 Vigor VoIP router, changed the VoIP codec (seems to have got rid of the clicking) and decided to reboot the router to see if I could get a better sync.
Rebooted and got a synch of 7136 with the SNR Margin of 7 dB with same Line Attn.
Then received an email from A&A to say my BRAS is now 4.5
What are BT playing at? Surely a router reboot at a higher speed which suggests that the SNR Margin can be reduced should, not then have a slower BRAS imposed?
At least my exchange (Hawarden) is due for an upgrade to ADSL2+ at the end of this month.
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