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Standard User rich_jtg
(member) Sat 19-Mar-16 07:00:58
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Presumably congestion/cross-talk on fibre line?


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Hi,

For the past few weeks, the BQM has developed a peak-time bump, which looking at the FAQs would suggest it's down to congestion.

(a relatively average to minor example>>)

During peak-times my line drops from 38Mb down / 9 up, to 3-8Mb down / 7-9 up. (Router currently plugged into test socket)

Is there realistically anything my provider (BT) can do about this?

- Rich

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Standard User BatBoy
(sensei) Sat 19-Mar-16 07:40:16
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Re: Presumably congestion/cross-talk on fibre line?


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If that's congestion, then they can increase the capacity of the backhaul at the exchange. The best thing to do is to report it as a problem to the ISP and get an engineer visit to see if you have a fault.

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Standard User rich_jtg
(member) Sat 19-Mar-16 07:59:03
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Re: Presumably congestion/cross-talk on fibre line?


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Ah, I see - thanks for the heads up BB, will get on to it! wink

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