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Standard User calopez
(newbie) Mon 13-Mar-17 10:28:03
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Poor Quality Extension Wiring Affecting Fibre Speeds?


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I have a NTE5 master socket, put in by BT a couple of years ago. There is an extension cable attached to it which is quite low quality (it was put in years ago before broadband was common). Can this affect the speed I get over fibre, despite the phone signal being split off by the master socket?

I currently have BT Infinity 2 but I have been getting speeds under 40Mbps - though in the past it has been between 60 and 70.

Apologies if this has been posted in the wrong part of the forum...
Standard User MHC
(sensei) Mon 13-Mar-17 10:47:58
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Is this extension cable on the voice side after the filter? If it is then yes, it may have a small effect. If it is in the VDSL circuit then the effect could be large.

Disconnect everything by removing the face plate and then connect you hub/modem direct to the test socket. What are the results from there? And what are the basic line stats?


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Standard User calopez
(newbie) Mon 13-Mar-17 11:42:11
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Thanks for the quick reply. The extension is connected to the terminals inside the front of the faceplate, if that makes sense. I've always assumed that is the voice side - but perhaps I'm wrong?

The reason I raised the question was because we had a BT engineer out this morning, who said the extension could be causing the low speeds, and I thought I could use a second opinion! He did say that the line speed had been capped to maintain its stability, which I presume explains why, when I used the BT Wholesale speed test, it said the line was only capable of around 36Mbps.

Yesterday, I did try the test you suggested - plugging the hub straight into the test socket, but it made no noticeable difference. Though would it if the line speed was being capped?

Pardon my ignorance, but what do the 'basic line stats' comprise? I've never really had to worry about anything other than the speed in the past!

Thanks again!


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Standard User eckiedoo
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 13-Mar-17 11:51:17
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Make sure that the Extension is disconnected when you access the Test Socket on the NTE Master Socket.

The Extension should be silent, no Dial Tone etc, when you are accessing/using the Test Socket.
Standard User MHC
(sensei) Mon 13-Mar-17 11:55:41
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In reply to a post by calopez:
Thanks for the quick reply. The extension is connected to the terminals inside the front of the faceplate, if that makes sense. I've always assumed that is the voice side - but perhaps I'm wrong?


Provided the terminals are numbered 2,3,5 and that it is a filtered faceplate then yes, that is the voice side. As already mentioned, when you test, ensure that the extension is totally silent with no dial tone.

Do some speed tests here and provide links to the results. And access your hub/modem to get the Attenuation, Sync speed, max attainable and SNR figures for the line.


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Standard User calopez
(newbie) Mon 13-Mar-17 15:08:24
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When I did the test on Sunday, I removed the faceplate and plugged the hub into the socket behind it - so the extension was completely isolated. It made no difference to the speed (and I tried both the tbb speed test and BT wholesale).

I'll do some more tests as suggested, but that'll have to wait until I'm home this evening!
Standard User calopez
(newbie) Mon 13-Mar-17 21:10:07
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Got home this evening to find the engineer had replaced the 'old' socket with a new NTE5C / VDSL MK4. Somewhat miffed as (a) the faceplate is loose and (b) the extension cable now appears to wired in before the broadband is split off. If so, that would seem to be a retrograde step if your extension wiring might be a bit dodgy. But perhaps I'm mistaken?

Anyway, on checking the speeds, they are much better - just under 60Mbps, which is much more like it. Tried it a few minutes ago and this is the result:
http://www.thinkbroadband.com/speedtest/results.html...

Two points to note: firstly, my wife is currently watching Monty Don on YouTube (don't dare interrupt that smile) and this is using wireless with the extension connected.

I don't think that's too bad, under the circumstances. The question is, though, will it last?

Stats from the HH5 (these seem to be the most relevant ones I can find - are there others?):

6. Data rate: 19999 / 62548
7. Maximum data rate: 22619 / 72270
8. Noise margin: 7.0 / 6.0
9. Line attenuation: 18.8 / 15.3
10. Signal attenuation: 18.6 / 15.4

The BT Wholesale tester says 'IP Profile for your line is - 60.54 Mbps'.
Standard User unknown101
(learned) Tue 14-Mar-17 10:05:59
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The NTE5C is different to the NTE5A in that the externsions connect to the back plate (this is to stop customers accidentally removing extensions from the old IDC connections on the front half plate).

When you remove the front half plate on the new NTE5C look into the connection it just bridges the top pins with the bottom pins so in essence it still disconnects the extensions for testing purposes. When fitting the VDSL MK4 SSFP it still filters the signals before sending the PSTN onto the extensions.

You currently have the best setup smile
Standard User calopez
(newbie) Tue 14-Mar-17 10:24:24
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Thanks for the explanation. So, in other words, when you remove the VDSL MK4 SSFP to reveal the test socket, the extension is actually disconnected?

That's reassuring.

As I said, I was getting decent - if not spectacular - speeds yesterday. I will be satisfied if they stay that way, but in the past they have always seemed to decline over the weeks and days after an engineer has called, so I will keep an eye on things for now.

Is it reasonable to think that, given yesterday's reasonable speeds with the extension connected, the extension isn't responsible for subsequent slowdowns?
Standard User unknown101
(learned) Tue 14-Mar-17 11:14:41
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That's correct, you can check this by pinching the front of the MK4 frontplate removing it and plugging a phone in the extension, you shouldn't have dial tone.

It all depends on what the engineer did, if the extensions were star wired into the back of the NTE and the engineer removed this then that could have been an issue which would have resolved the speed issues. Did the engineer do anything externally?

I'd say to leave it all connected now so not to disturb DLM and your speeds should be stable going forward.
Standard User calopez
(newbie) Tue 14-Mar-17 11:34:09
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I won't need to pinch the frontplate; it's quite loose and a gentle tap will get it offsmile

I wasn't there at the time, but I don't think the engineer did anything outside except possibly a reset.

With the previous, but not very old socket, the extension was wired into the terminals inside the frontplate, that is, not into the back of the socket.

Anyway, I'll take your advice and leave well alone for now - but we'll see how it goes!

Thanks to all for your help.
Standard User calopez
(newbie) Mon 20-Mar-17 00:11:17
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Update... On Wednesday, the speed hit 69Mbps, and I was well pleased. Unfortunately, it didn't last; each day after that, the speed dropped by about 6Mbps, and by Saturday it was down to around 51.

On Sunday afternoon, though, it had fallen to under 1Mbps! At that point, I thought I would test using an ethernet cable and plugging the HH5 into the test socket. (The extension wiring was definitely isolated as there was no dial tone on it.) That, of course, involved disconnecting it temporarily, but did have the effect of bring the speed back to 43Mbps. However, the line seemed to drop completely shortly after that, so I powered the HH5 down and back up again - and was rewarded with a speed of 49Mbps. I then put everything back, and connected using wifi; on testing the speed was still 49Mbbps.

Later on Sunday evening I was again getting less that 1Mbps, as well as drop outs, so I turned the hub off and on for a second time, and the speed is again 49Mbps (on wireless).

This is exactly what happened a couple of weeks ago following the first engineer's visit - really good initial speeds, followed by a daily decline and ending with ridiculously low speeds which were partially fixed by restarting the HH5.

I'd really like to understand what is going on. Is there any way of telling what my line should be capable of?
Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Mon 20-Mar-17 01:33:16
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The consistent 49Mbps sounds like DLM has reapplied banding. (That's a capped speed (line profile, which us not the same thing as IP Profile).

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Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Mon 20-Mar-17 01:33:16
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Standard User calopez
(newbie) Mon 20-Mar-17 10:53:05
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Thanks - so presumably, 49Mbps is the best it thinks my line is capable of, and I'm stuck with it?
Standard User WWWombat
(knowledge is power) Thu 23-Mar-17 23:20:14
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Are those speeds all from speed tests? Or from sync speeds? If the latter, then you almost certainly need to report it to the ISP, with the aim of getting an Openreach engineer.

If the former, then you need to start figuring whether the download tests match your real experience.

As for the capability, there are 5 things we can use to cross check for consistency
- The attenuation from the line statistics
- The Max attainable from the line statistics
- The current line speed and current SNRM from the line statistics
- The physical distance to the cabinet
- The two estimated ranges A and B from the BTW checker at https://www.dslchecker.bt.com/
Standard User eckiedoo
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 24-Mar-17 07:31:04
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Have you tried the Quiet Line Test?

Particularly when the speed has dropped.

Dial 17070 etc, in both the NTE Test Socket and also on extensions etc when the NTE is closed up in normal operation.

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Also, the VDSL side of the NTEs and of "dangly" Splitters, still has the ordinary Phone signals on it, as the VDSL side is actually "straight through", no filtering etc.

Only the PHONE side of the NTE and the "dangly" Splitters, is truly "filtered", with conventional Phone signals such as speech etc.

I have confirmed that from taking a Splitter apart, also testing with several in series configuration and consulting circuit diagrams.

The Splitters in the series testing were a variety, clearly not identical, so the tests were not biassed as they would have been if all from one maker, batch etc.
Standard User calopez
(newbie) Fri 24-Mar-17 13:43:27
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The speeds I have been quoting are all speed test results, either tbb or BT Wholesale. The reported speed has again dropped below 1Mbps a couple of times in the past two days (I've been at home) and when that happens, it is very noticeable - web pages take for ever to load, for example. As suggested, I tried the quiet line test both with an extension phone and one plugged into the test socket - and both seemed, well, quiet, to me. There was a very faint hum on the extension phone, but it was the same when the speed was higher.

The BTW checker shows the following (sorry, can't get the figures to line up frown):

Downstream Upstream Downstream Handback Threshold
High Low High Low
VDSL Range A (Clean) 76.8 57.8 20 20 51.6
VDSL Range B (Impacted) 66.5 39.8 20 11.6 32.4

The stats from the HH5 (are there others I can get?) this morning were, firstly when I was getting <1Mbps:

3. Firmware version: Software version 4.7.5.1.83.8.222.1.1 (Type A) Last updated 21/02/16
4. Board version: BT Hub 5A
5. DSL uptime: 0 days, 01:14:38
6. Data rate: 18979 / 52512
7. Maximum data rate: 23357 / 70001
8. Noise margin: 5.9 / 9.6
9. Line attenuation: 18.8 / 15.2
10. Signal attenuation: 18.7 / 15.4

and a little later, after I'd restarted it and was getting about 48Mbps:

3. Firmware version: Software version 4.7.5.1.83.8.222.1.1 (Type A) Last updated 21/02/16
4. Board version: BT Hub 5A
5. DSL uptime: 0 days, 00:07:39
6. Data rate: 18979 / 52512
7. Maximum data rate: 25001 / 73767
8. Noise margin: 7.9 / 11.2
9. Line attenuation: 18.8 / 15.2
10. Signal attenuation: 18.6 / 15.4

What can I learn from these? Is it significant that powering the HH5 off and back on again seems to help - could I have a dodgy hub?

Just to muddy the waters further, I'm moving to Plusnet next week. I haven't requested a hub from them, as I can use the HH5, but maybe I should?

I do appreciate everyone's help.
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Fri 24-Mar-17 14:12:01
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Given the difference in speed test results but relatively similar connection speeds, it could be an issue with the hub, but rare to see Ethernet side issues like that (if testing over wireless time to flip to Ethernet to double check next time).

If testing over Ethernet what seems more likely may be an oddity with your session in the core network and by reconnecting this session is rebuilt or now avoiding a busy part of the network

The author of the above post is a thinkbroadband staff member. It may not constitute an official statement on behalf of thinkbroadband.
Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Fri 24-Mar-17 14:43:17
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The fixed data rate in both directions with a greatly increased maximum is worrying. Have you been rebooting or re-sync'ing frequently recently?

Edit: Ah, I see earlier I suggested it was banded at 49Mbps. Presumably a bit higher now.

I advise you not to mess with reconnections or re-syncs. Just concentrate on the throughput and reasons for it being poor. You could easily trigger more severe banding.

Kindness isn't going to cure the world of all its awfulness but it's a good place to begin. Daisy Ridley.
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Edited by RobertoS (Fri 24-Mar-17 14:48:42)

Standard User calopez
(newbie) Fri 24-Mar-17 16:21:04
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Well I certainly try to avoid restarting the hub! But when the connection is unusably slow, what else can I do?
Standard User eckiedoo
(fountain of knowledge) Fri 24-Mar-17 16:31:01
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Difficult to say - I note that most of the HH5 figures are either identical or commensurate, except for the Noise Margin.

I wonder why that is?

Subject to any conditions, I suggest that you do get the Plusnet Hub, as it gives you a replacement to compare performances; and also if it continues, you can pursue Plusnet more readily.
Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Fri 24-Mar-17 16:38:37
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Sync'ed at a different time, possibly daytime rather than night-time. Quite normal/expected with a fixed actual sync.

Lower noise = higher attainable. Actual capped below Attainable >> higher noise margin.

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Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Fri 24-Mar-17 16:40:30
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Can you drop the PPP session in the Hub GUI? That is the way.

That breaks the connection to the ISP, enabling a different routing to a less congested one (you hope) when you reconnect PPP. It doesn't break the DSL connection.

Kindness isn't going to cure the world of all its awfulness but it's a good place to begin. Daisy Ridley.
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Standard User calopez
(newbie) Fri 24-Mar-17 17:27:03
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In My Home Hub - My Services, against 'Internet', there's a 'disconnect' button. Would that be it?
Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Fri 24-Mar-17 17:55:16
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Probably. In fact almost certainly. Next time you have very slow just try it instead of rebooting. Leave it disconnected for a couple of minutes or so.

The other thing that may be worth trying at some stage is a Factory Reset of the router. Unless you have any settings of your own then that can sometimes clear problems. Do you know how to do those?

If you don't, you do it while it is connected, though you could disconnect the PPP. There should be a tiny hole somewhere marked Reset, with a microswitch inside. You press that gently but firmly for 7-10 seconds with an opened-up paperclip, until the lights go out or start flashing. It then reboots after a while and sometimes works wonders.

It needs doing before anyone can be sure it is faulty, rather than just congestion on the network.

Kindness isn't going to cure the world of all its awfulness but it's a good place to begin. Daisy Ridley.
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Standard User calopez
(newbie) Fri 24-Mar-17 18:38:55
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Thanks - I'll try that next time it goes really slow (though I keep hoping there won't be a next time!)

I did do a factory reset a couple of weeks ago - didn't seem to have much effect. But I suppose there wouldn't be much harm in trying again sometime, although I want to avoid disconnects of possible.
Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Fri 24-Mar-17 20:18:21
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Probably no need to do another factory reset for the current problem. It's a very rarely needed action. Such as after severe thunderstorms while the router is on, or a piece of equipment going wild.

Kindness isn't going to cure the world of all its awfulness but it's a good place to begin. Daisy Ridley.
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Standard User calopez
(newbie) Fri 24-Mar-17 23:27:51
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Alas, after yet another slowdown - the tbb speed test wouldn't even load, and its 512Mb test file was going to take over 8 hours to download - I tried disconnecting and reconnecting in the hub GUI. Unfortunately, no joy: it made no difference whatsoever to the speed.

The only thing that worked was restarting the hub. Speed is now back to around 49Mbps.
Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Sat 25-Mar-17 00:02:51
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I reckon you need a replacement hub..

Kindness isn't going to cure the world of all its awfulness but it's a good place to begin. Daisy Ridley.
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Connection - AAISP Home::1 80/20. Sync 65618/13914Kbps @ 600m. BQMs - IPv4 & IPv6

Edited by RobertoS (Sat 25-Mar-17 00:03:15)

Standard User calopez
(newbie) Mon 27-Mar-17 19:22:51
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Well, the hub has been up for over two days now, and no apparent slowdowns, at least not when I've been using it.

Speed has been a rather less than spectacular 44Mbps, but maybe that will improve if the hub stays up?

Anyway, Plusnet take over later this week. Will see what happens then (if anything).
Standard User calopez
(newbie) Wed 05-Apr-17 19:14:58
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Have been on Plusnet for exactly a week now. The hub has reset/restarted itself a couple of times, most recently at around 1500 today. Up until then, I'd been getting 66Mbps without any slowdowns (though I've not been in during the day). And now... just under 70Mbps!

Of course, it could still all end in tears. But for now, I'm very happy, and curious why a change from (effectively) one part of BT to another should have had such a beneficial effect!
Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Wed 05-Apr-17 22:34:19
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A Plusnet hub, or your old BT one? (Which was possibly the problem).

That could account for the improvement.

Kindness isn't going to cure the world of all its awfulness but it's a good place to begin. Daisy Ridley.
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Edited by RobertoS (Wed 05-Apr-17 22:34:41)

Standard User calopez
(newbie) Wed 05-Apr-17 23:34:31
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Still the old BT HH5!

Current stats are:

3. Firmware version: Software version 4.7.5.1.83.8.222.1.1 (Type A) Last updated 22/02/16
4. Board version: BT Hub 5A
5. DSL uptime: 0 days, 08:48:39
6. Data rate: 19999 / 75000
7. Maximum data rate: 22709 / 75196
8. Noise margin: 7.3 / 6.0
9. Line attenuation: 19.0 / 15.3
10. Signal attenuation: 18.7 / 15.5

And this was the last BT day (28 March):

3. Firmware version: Software version 4.7.5.1.83.8.222.1.1 (Type A) Last updated 21/02/16
4. Board version: BT Hub 5A
5. DSL uptime: 0 days, 16:24:05
6. Data rate: 19978 / 59926
7. Maximum data rate: 23854 / 73728
8. Noise margin: 7.3 / 9.8
9. Line attenuation: 18.8 / 15.1
10. Signal attenuation: 18.6 / 15.3
Standard User Banger
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Wed 05-Apr-17 23:42:35
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Noise margin DS is 9.8 on BT and 6 on PlusNet that is why the increase in speed. DLM reset? Look at the Attainable figures for both almost identical, but different target SNRm.

Tim
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Standard User WilliamGrimsley
(committed) Thu 06-Apr-17 11:25:44
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Looks like a DLM reset, but we need to see if the OP can do one manual power cycle of the Hub to see if the downstream rate isn't banded.

Sync: 35133/7900 Kbps.
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