That's a lot more understandable, apart from a random fact that you throw in
I get the feeling there are three issues.
First I think the second line or someone else's FTTC
will be the cause of the lower sync/profile on the first. But there could be some sort of fault. With the little we know so far about FTTC it's impossible to know.
It isn't likely to be different routes back to the exchange, that's all we can almost certainly rule out, but don't forget from the fibre cab back to the old cab is copper, and on to you from there is all old copper and line proximity. Your two-pair line only goes as far as the pole or first junction box, and the two can then go differently to the cab.
Second, it is highly possible that IDNet backhaul provision was inadequate in the early days. Getting WBC handover capacity right is a nightmare on WBC, and not easy on WBMC. I don't know which they use, probably WBMC. (See my website for the difference). They have probably added a fair bit.
Third, BT Broadband ADSLx and FTTC does seem to suffer from considerable congestion, as you say, but they have tools in place to ease the pressure by throttling the biggest demanders. IDNet do not, so far as I'm aware. At congested times I would imagine on any ISP the effect will be far more noticable at FTTC speeds than at ADSLx ones.
That's interesting info though. Maybe BT FTTC won't compare as badly with others as its ADSLx products do. But it's early days. They may just have geared up quicker and the crunch is yet to come, whereas smaller players may gradually improve.
Oh - the random fact
. "I can't believe i have lost 10dB snrm"
. Uhhh? Where does that come from?
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