As the others have said, it can adjust up (or down) in the future depending on variations in the condition of the line.
I should have made that clear perhaps, but what I was mainly getting at was that the 10-day period isn't a time when "special" intensive testing and auto-adjustment takes place.
The DLM starts making adjustments right at the beginning and does so for ever. All the 10-day period does is record the lowest connection speed in that period for reference in the future to see if a decline in speed is greater than normally accepted so could merit further investigation. As explained in the linked pages.
Whatever you do, don't do several reconnections in a short period of time such as an hour. A few, well inside daylight hours
, are permissible without causing harm if you want to move stuff around or see if you get a higher speed. Connection outside that time zone often give s lowish sync and you don't want to do that in the period.
The indispensable man or woman passes from the scene, and what happens next is more or less the same thing as was happening before.
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Edited by RobertoS (Wed 21-Oct-15 15:53:54)