Other information is that I'm about 75m-100m walking distance to the cabinet though obviously the line could take a longer route.
My line originally had an attainable rate of around 100,000~ down and 30,000~ up. Today the attainable rate is currently around 87,000~ down and 25,000~ up. Strangely I've noticed that if I disconnect and reconnect the modem manually (I obviously have done this rarely so DLM doesn't see that as a threat) the attainable rate goes up a bit compared to what it originally was before I disconnected.
I also feel it's important to mention that the original VDSL faceplate BT installed seemed to do something considered faulty, after several hours of being connected it would start to produce a highly variating SNR, with errors rising rapidly. As soon as I disconnected and reconnected the modem it was fine for several hours again. I switched the faceplate to my ADSLNation XTE-2005 and it's been fine since. My thinking is perhaps the faceplate wasn't faulty and there is a fault somewhere on my line?
Quite line test a while back for a few seconds initially into the call did produce a sort of distorted voice giving me the options, then it cleared up and I haven't noticed it do it since (was tested using my corded phone). I also occasionally have phone calls where the other person say they can't hear me well although I can hear them fine.
Anyway, here's some graphs:
- Recent 4 days (since I reinstalled my O/S) of line activity @ http://i.imgur.com/rSdY6.png
- Today's line statistics @ http://i.imgur.com/5STca.png
- 13/06/2012 line statistics @ http://i.imgur.com/Vsqlw.png
- A sample of the BT VDSL faceplate problem I mentioned @ http://i.imgur.com/dFIj0.png
Thanks in advance.
Edited by Ixel (Fri 27-Jul-12 10:04:53)