of course !
I expect to see increase in latency during peak periods as more people use their connections
Steps in the average latency on BQM are not normally due to other people's usage. I think that sort of thing usually hits the blue, and your own use the yellow.
last night i swapped my billion with my 2850vn (11.30pm) usually it is the other way around so hence why I am getting a bit riled by it all
Your previous reply said nothing had changed in your setup, now you say, as I had suggested, you swapped the router.
the only thing in my household switched on during those times is lighting, TV is on during all times of the day due to shifts and the homeplugs are on 24/7
Fluorescent/energy-saving lights? Even if not, try switching all lights in all rooms for five minutes when things are bad. It might show nothing, but all possibilities have to be ruled out, and that's an easy one. Remember it could be neighbours anyway - I used to get really bad stuff from a house about 50 metres away round a corner, where they ran a business of some kind. Proven because the day they moved out, it stopped.
As I am on the pole I am wondering if it is interference
I reckon it is interference. That's what causes disconnections and DLM intervention. But I doubt if the pole has anything to do with it.
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