Back again with a quick question or two.
My Infinity 2 connection is finally stable (mostly), but a quick check on my number in the Wholesale checker brought up some extra info. Wondering if I should be calling in to BT to get it looked at?
VDSL Range A (Clean) 80 60.7 20 19 55 Available
VDSL Range B (Impacted) 69.5 39.8 20 13.3 32.4 Available
Bridge Tap Y
Last Test Date 18-05-2017
The Bridge Tap from what I've been reading about is ideally a N? But mines listed as Y, so wondering if I should get BT to have a look at that and get that sorted? There's nothing within the household that separates out from the main wiring, so I'd imagine that's somewhere else along the line.
Also, my stats are showing that I can gain higher speeds, but something is amiss (probably banding?), as I only max out at 57. So should I also call in to BT regarding both matters at the same time?
6. Data rate: 19978 / 57362
7. Maximum data rate: 30090 / 71518
8. Noise margin: 11.7 / 9.0
9. Line attenuation: 16.8 / 15.1
10. Signal attenuation: 16.5 / 15.1
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Just to add a bit more info, my line connection won't ever breach the 59 barrier anymore (55 top speed via thinkbroadband test). Whereas previously it would slowly increase again. Banded profile I'm guessing? The last phone engineer (not OR Broadband Engineer, just Phone Engineer) resolved an issue on the junction box down the line but didn't reset the line. Should I/Can I call BT up about this to get OR to reset the line? As the stats suggest I could get more, there's a tap, and (I think) a DLM reset request might be needed. Thoughts?
Edited by J1NG (Fri 11-Aug-17 09:30:28)