This is a continuation of my last thread in this topic, just as a summary below as to what has happened so far:
Sunday 27th January: A line fault that was causing high levels of noise and DSL dropouts is fixed by BT Openreach. I am left with a sync rate of 4960Kbps. But I am left on an IP Profile of 0.14Mbps and a target SNR margin of 15db with an SNRM of 15.4-15.6db giving a very slow internet connection indeed
Wednesday 30th January: My IP Profile rises to 4Mbps giving a usable internet connection
Saturday 2nd February: After advice from this forum I decide to leave the router alone without any reboots for 10-14 days to allow the Target SNR Margin to fall to wherever it should be
Tuesday 12th February (today): 10 days later, the DLM drops the Target SNR Margin to 12.4db, giving me a sync rate of 5792Kbps
Now, @XRaySpeX and @4M2 predicted that it will take a drop down to 6db to get me running at my lines full capacity, whereas it should only take a drop to 9db, they suggested that the cordless phone attached to my filter may be giving interference, or that it could be the DSL cable itself from the router to the test socket.
Then @XRaySpeX said this:
This is where I got kind of confused as to which bit of the thread he was talking about, so, @XRaySpeX which bit were you meaning and, are you agreeing that it could be the cordless phone causing additional noise?
Edited by matthewcl375 (Tue 12-Feb-13 22:34:05)