I'm not a broadband expert but I would like to ask what might seem a simple question. A couple of years ago I had a loss of speed fault and at the time my supplier Madasafish told me they had switched me to 'interleaved.' In fact this was not the problem, I had a wiring fault in the telephone socket which I cleared.
Since then the service has been rock solid at download of 6.3 (ADSL) and I have no complaints about that. However examining my monitor shows a minimum latency of about 37 or so.
Now I'm not complaining, but I have been told this is high, and that it might be due to the interleaving. I've searched around on Google but am only getting fairly wishy-washy answers. I'm reluctant to fiddle with it if it 'aint broke' but would appreciate some more expertise opinions on this level. Many thanks.