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Standard User xAmritx
(newbie) Tue 06-Dec-11 12:13:23
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Odd Issue And Sky Cant Figure Whats Wrong! SnR Drop causing


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Right so I need help guys since your all much more knowledgable than skys tier 2 lot.

Basically had sky for nearly 1.5 years.
Got 17meg on LLU
Perfect Ping
Then all of a sudden lag spike
Noticed SNR dropped to negative values when the spikes hit
COnnection didnt drop
No ring wire
New filters put
Connected to master socket
Found loads of errors on my line
Only stable now at 9meg and below
Sky put BT job in for port change -> Didnt work
BT Openreach checked inside property wiring ->All fine
Downstream Attenuation 27dB
They dont know whats going on...

Does anyone have and ideas on what to do or what i can ask sky to do?
Standard User ggremlin
(committed) Tue 06-Dec-11 12:18:30
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check for flashing lights in christmas trees...
Standard User xAmritx
(newbie) Tue 06-Dec-11 12:30:34
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No xmas tree up yettongue


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Standard User Zarjaz
(knowledge is power) Tue 06-Dec-11 19:07:25
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Re: Odd Issue And Sky Cant Figure Whats Wrong! SnR Drop caus


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.. they don't have to be your lights. Ask Sky to get another SFI out.

Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Tue 06-Dec-11 23:31:31
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Re: Odd Issue And Sky Cant Figure Whats Wrong! SnR Drop caus


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Any lights on your route from home to exchange can be an issue, so look for the place that looks like Blackpool illuminations.

Another one is heating pumps kicking in/out causing RFI

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