Are you clear these days on how to detect you have interleaving on? In this post
you seem to think it is, where from comparing with the opening post there those figures haven't changed. Whereas the Opening post clearly shows Fast Path on both downstream and upstream. (D: 1 1)
Plus a 49,000 sync, suggesting to me that banding was in place.
On FTTC it is normal when interleaving is applied for the downstream rate to fall and attainable rise. When it switches back to fast path then the rate rises and attainable falls to approximately the same value.
What has the actual rate done?
I think whenever the last engineer visit was, perhaps that one while at Plusnet, they simply failed to find the cause of the dropouts. Why did you leave Sky in the first place?
As an aside, on Plusnet a one-off payment of £5 would have given you a static IP address, solving the Dyn-DNS problem
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Edited by RobertoS (Sat 03-Sep-16 17:18:09)