A resync will zero some of the data counts, but data counts resetting to zero doesn't necessarily force a resync.
Do any of your fairly infrequenct resyncs occur simply by using the phone?
I had that issue for a while & it was cured by BT OR replacing the VDSL2 filtered faceplate.
A faulty pole top DP connection with the underground cable was also repaired at the same time which also cured the regular but unpredictable resyncs that my connection has endured for many months.
190 days stats
Even with evidence like my 190 day stats it took months before BT engineers finally found & resolved the issues.
I had already reported the dodgy DP joint back in early February. It was eventually fixed May 26th.
BTW, during these issues many/most of the usual tests have resulted in LTOK results so no further action required!
Thankfully though, SOME work was always carried out so I have never been charged for the engineer's visit - there really have been many of them.
P.S. I also had to diagnose the faulty faceplate myself too (by temporary use of a dangly filter) as that never showed as faulty on BT's line tests either.
On the whole though, your connection looks reasonably stable.
Continued logging may just identify patterns to the relatively infrequent but quite sudden disconnections.
Edited by Bald_Eagle1 (Wed 13-Jun-12 07:54:52)