When it reconnects sync moves down about 30 bps (over the past few weeks it got up to 3620 but now currently between 3480 and 3520)
Attenuation is steady at 56 following local BT engineering work (lots of Openreach vans round here) and it was 60.5 before, SNR hovers between 5.6 and 7.
Aware of maintenance on 7/3 affecting MK but nothing showing as open at the moment.
I noticed specifically last night about 12.30 as was playing PGA Tour 12 on Xbox live (unsing homeplug adapters) and it reported half way through a round that connection had been lost.
Checked logs again this morning and it lost again around 3.30 a.m.
Using a Netgear DG834G v4 in multimode, had new NTE5 with built in filter fitted last August and using an ADSL Nation microfilter and shielded cable between it and router
Rebooted the router this morning as user interface took a while to come up when I logged in, its adapter is plugged into a surge protector block to power feed should be steady.
Bougnt the router on recommendation at end of 2008, could the router be on its way out?
Some time ago connected a 2-wire 2700 to the line and discovered that apparently the DSLAM is using an Alcatel-Lucent chipset, any mileage in trying to get a router with matching chipset if mine is on the way down?
BTW did not continue to use the 2700 as found it made browsing a bit sluggish.
Note: I don't lay turf for anyone. astro or otherwise, all views and opinions expressed are my own based on experience.
Edited by techguy (Sat 10-Mar-12 15:18:29)