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Best way to change router so DLM doesn't knock sync rate down?

markuswelby
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Re: Best way to change router so DLM doesn't knock sync rate down?

@VileReynard BT do work at night where I live Smiley as well as Virgin Media do, where I live. I've seen them with tents up and bright lighting too.

Thanks for info on the router change. I know exactly what you are saying with the  suitable incantation Smiley hahahaha

Did any of your neighbours suffer this issue at the same time?

 

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markuswelby
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Re: Best way to change router so DLM doesn't knock sync rate down?

Anyway, I am seriously thinking of getting another new line installed and getting Plusnet fibre installed.

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markuswelby
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Re: Best way to change router so DLM doesn't knock sync rate down?


@VileReynard wrote:

You might be interested in some long-term speed results October 2018 - September 2019 and counting.

They indicate two portions where speed fell from 70Mb/sec to 30Mb/sec literally overnight.

 


ok, Your graph is fascinating. It's intrigued me. I wonder if there was some kind of interference for those times?

How far is your BT street cabinet away?

Could they have been upgrading your local cabinet? Putting you on a limited supply? Either temporary equipment or connected you to a cabinet further away for a short period?

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VileReynard
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Re: Best way to change router so DLM doesn't knock sync rate down?

Each interval was for about 6 weeks and as far as I know the reason remains unknown.

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