on 08-01-2019 09:15 PM
We are having to restart the router almost every day, since the broadband speeds slow down almost to a halt. After the router is restarted, the internet goes back to the nomimal speed, but draws to a crawl again the next day. This happens both with wired and wireless connections, and with only one device connected at a time.
Here are my router status right now:
And here are the results of a speed test (http://www.supportal-test.co.uk/😞
Is there any way to sort this out? Browsing the forums it looks like a lot of people have the same issue. Thank you!
on 06-05-2019 06:51 AM
on 03-05-2019 03:58 PM
Thank you again for your help. I returned the old router yesterday. Is there anyway I can check whether it has been successfully received?
on 29-04-2019 10:57 AM
on 10-04-2019 06:09 PM
Thank you. Since yesterday morning the internet connection has been stable. When I get back at the end of the month I will get in touch to return a router, then, and let you know if there was any problem meanwhile.
on 09-04-2019 06:29 PM
Thank you, I will return a router upon my return at the end of the month then.
Since this morning the speeds are fine. I will report back tomorrow evening again.
on 09-04-2019 07:58 AM
Yes, it would be fine to return one of the routers at the end of the month. I've re-checked the connection stats and although the connection looks stable I can see that the SNR is dropping quite low which can affect the speed and the performance of the connection. I've optimised the connection now and the SNR has increased.
Could you let us know how the connection compares over the next 48hrs.
on 08-04-2019 06:34 PM
I was wondering about returning one of the routers -- if I don't do it tomorrow, I am afraid I will only be able to do it at the end of the month, since I will be travelling. Would that be a problem?
The internet becomes unresponsive both in wired and wireless connections.
Here are my speeds right now (the connection is not too bad now):
on 08-04-2019 10:19 AM
Thanks for confirming this. Just to confirm, what speeds are you receiving at the moment? When the connection is unresponsive does this affect both wired and wireless?
on 08-04-2019 09:39 AM
on 07-04-2019 11:55 AM
Since we started using the new router, we experienced slow speeds three times. Right now the connection is slow and unresponsive. One of the times during last week we had to restart the router.
(1) Should I send (a) the old or (b) the new router back next week?
(2) It seems the old router is only partially responsible for slow speeds, but the problem has not gone away completely. What could be done now?
on 27-03-2019 06:08 AM
on 26-03-2019 05:47 PM
Thank you very much. We changed the router yesterday evening to allow it to be tested thoroughly in the next couple of weeks. We will return one of the routers then.
on 25-03-2019 06:42 AM
Thanks for keeping us updated.
If you would like to continue to monitor the connection with your current router this will be fine. If the connection remains stable then please can you return the old or new router. You can keep hold of the replacement router for a couple of weeks to make sure your connection is still ok with your current router.
on 22-03-2019 02:20 PM
We just got the new modem. Thank you very much!
However, in the last couple of days the quality of our connection seems to be stable again. I wonder if we can continue using this first modem, hoping that it will not fail again and keeping the new one to install only if/when we start to have problemas again?
If we cannot do that, that's alright: we'll install the new one as soon as possible and then we'd like to know what we should do with the old one.
on 20-03-2019 10:50 AM