You are 12Kbps off the maximum 79999 that we see on an 80/20 connection like yours. The next lines below the Link Rates are usually (average) attenuation and (average) noise margin - SNR(M) which would be good to see.
If by yesterday you mean specifically Friday before 23:40, as opposed to the early hours of this morning where your BQM starts, I would expect a resync well inside daylight hours would give you a huge jump of 12Kbps
. That assumes your downstream noise margin is 6.3dB or above.
Or it might not. To be honest I'd leave it as it is. Certainly
if it did really transfer in the early hours of this morning, don't touch it till Monday.
Similarly, a re-sync might put you on a less good Entanet gateway, giving you the 79999Kbps but higher latency. Another reason to leave well alone
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