That's good. It suggests that it reconnected at 6dB when it was slightly noisy. Now G.INP is active it will (probably) be a couple of weeks or so before DLM decides to lower it to 5dB, then a few days to drop to 4dB then 3dB. Assuming
the error rates don't prevent it.
Each 1dB drop gives well over 1Mbps more sync.
I've had a couple of spells where the first drop has happened on on the night when DSLStats is showing 23 days and a few hours since last sync.
As MrSaffron said earlier, we can't be certain you will ever get back your previous speed. It only takes one extra FTTC connection at the cabinet to take off anything up to 10Mbps due to crosstalk. It may be the first one after yours, or years later. It depends on many things, an important one being the proximity of the noisy line to yours on the route from cabinet to you.
It doesn't even need to be a "noisy" line as such, just a connection running close to yours gives crosstalk.
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Edited by RobertoS (Wed 13-Jun-18 13:02:49)