Been having probs with my be* broadband,
When I reset my router it will sync at 14500 kbps download - very happy!
But over a period of a week or so I'll use the phone and will hear what sounds like static on the line...... this then disappears and my router re-syncs at a lower speed. After a couple of weeks I'm down to about 7000 kbps downwload
When I use the phone without the router on the line it's crystal clear...
I recently had all my internal phone wiring replaced as it went all round the house with 1960's quality wire.... and my initial sync speed (previously only about 12500 kps) jumped to the above.
My question is this.... is it usual to get a high sync speed with broadband, so high you can seemingly hear the router on the line, so when I use the phone the router recognises this as interference and it drops it speed down? Is that how broadband works? It reduces speed when phone in use? So realistically 7000 kbps is all I can expect?
Or is there something odd going on? When I reboot my router and I get a new sync is that the speed I should expect to continue? If so, perhaps one of my filters is faulty and not splitting the bandwidth correctly? I suspect my phone mayalso be faulty (possibly) as it's a big long in the tooth...!
Sorry for the newb question but I'm getting fed up with the very impressive initial sync dropping to half the speed over a period of days.....
Thanks for any help you guys can offer!