DLM starts at 4Mbps on most lines but if the sky system for whatever reason has an estimate of speed thats around 5Mbps or lower it often starts you at 1Mbps or 2Mbps. This seems to be the case for you. It also sets highest interleaving so 100ms is about right.
It will keep you at the slowest speed if you reboot the router so keep it on 24/7. The speeds usually stay the same for around 3 or 4 solid days when DLM releases your speeds upwards and this continues then every few days till you see max speeds around day 7 - 10.
I started at 4Mbps and it wasn't until day 4 when I got a bump upto 12 Mbps and later to 15Mbps a few years ago.
Keep it connected 24/7 and wait for 10 days.
Meanwhile go to 192.168.0.1, username: admin password:sky
Click show statistics
copy and paste them here.
(assuming sky router).
I think you've just began at 1Mbps not 4Mbps which happens time to time.
Also when your speed rises it can take time for Skys system to increase the speed too. At the end of DLM you will see at www.sky.com/mysky
under broadband your speed that's been set. This is the speed you should achieve in speedtests (around 80% of it). When you see this DLM has ended, sometimes DLM seems to run for more than 10 days so don't worry if it's not there for 15 days for instance (it's prob just a bit slow).
I'm sure it's all going to be fine in the end.
Edited by ukhardy07 (Tue 10-Dec-13 03:47:04)