You seem to have a serious problem somewhere there.
The most important figure is the attenuation. 36dB should get a connection speed of at least 7Mbps on ADSL Max, and I would expect around 12Mbps on ADSL2+. Do you know which you should be on?
Does your master socket look as though it opens as in this pic
, or is it like an extension socket and a fair-sized grey box on the wall outside, as shown at the bottom of this page
Is it a new-build house, and please can you post the URL of what samknows
says about your exchange? (The latter tells us if it is BT ADSL2+ enabled).
You have a noise margin of 13.4dB. That indicates considerable instability. We could do with knowing what the figure is immediately after a reconnection. The BT norm is 6dB, and the connection-time setting rises in 3dB steps, so yours could be 12dB or 15dB. Each step costs 500-750kbps.
Even at 6dB though it doesn't look as though you would beat 6Mbps.
The high number of local error seconds is also a concern.
I suggest you turn the router off for 20-30 minutes. Then on and reconnect, read and post the stats. We can take things from there, and try to find the problem.
Do you have a Sky box?
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