My simple understanding of ADSL was that it is A
DSL because more 'bandwidth' is allocated to the downstream data than upstream.
Although mainly via overhead wires, our BT ADSL consistently tests here at around 6500/375 and services such as BBC iPlayer on the @Internet TV stream well, even in HD.
However, since installing CrashPlan
(which for the next week or so will be continuously backing up my 'server' upstream at 300) the inbound streaming (eg to the TV) has started to occasionally pause - unless I suspend the CrashPlan.
Should upstream traffic have any affect on downstream in ADSL?