Early last month, the situation changed. The relevant information is detailed in these rather convoluted threads:
I rapidly went from fast mode with an IP Profile of 7150 to an interleaved line with a profile of 7000 kbps.
I am no nearer to picking up a pattern that I was on Day One.
This morning, an outgoing phone call caused a 13-second loss of sync. The line resented at 7328 kbps instead of 8128 kbps. The interleaving depth had been 32: 4. It changed to 16: 4. I rebooted the router and resynched at 8128 kbps. The interleaving depth also returned to the previous figures. However, when I ran a BT Test my IP profile had reduced to 6000 kbps and my download speeds are very reduced. There doesnít seem much point paying £5.74 per month for Home SuperMax now!
Has anybody made the move from Home SuperMax (or another priority product) to a lesser/cheaper one and just how much slower was it?
Thanks for any answers.
TP-Link 150M Wireless Lite N
Profile: 7000 kbps (Interleaved)
Sync: 8128/ 928
SNR: 15-13 dB
Line Attenuation: 22 dB
Approximately 930 metres from the exchange (straight line distance)
Edited by ARD (Tue 05-Apr-11 18:45:46)