OK thanks, just to confirm, the router is connect to the main socket with the face plate on and not the test socket underneath, face plate off?
How many telephone sockets do you have?
The master socket is a NTE 5C MK 4
Yesterday the router lost internet approximately 10 times within the space of 1 hour.
At one point the download speed was 32 mbps and the upload was 0.7 mbps, less than 5 minutes later the router lost connection and when it reconnected the download speed was 5.6 mbps
Today my readings are 13.3 Mbps download speed and 0.1 Mbps upload speed.
Thanks for the update. We can go ahead with the engineer visit to your home that we mentioned earlier. If you'd like us to arrange this can you confirm that you accept potential engineer charges and give a couple of days/time slots when you can be available for the visit
As per my previous reply, the engineer has already visited my home and ruled out any issues within my home.
He said that the issue was with the internet provider which in this regard is TalkTalk. He reset the line and it fixed the problem. However, after 24 hours the problem returned.
This is obviously an issue on your end. Not mine.
Tonight has been one of the worst instances of intermittent and dropping internet speeds.
After performing a more thorough speedtest I have found that I am experiencing a 172% middle variance, with lows of 1.25 mbps download speed.
This is absolutely unacceptable and I would like a refund for the past 2 months that I have paid for such ludicrously low and substandard speeds.
Apologies, the line test is now indicating a possible external line fault so I've escalated this straight to Openreach now for an external line investigation to be completed.
I'm sorry to hear that you're experiencing problems with your service again
Line test is passing but I can see that there have been a lot of reconnections - is your router currently connected to your test socket?
(If you'd like to discuss a refund could you please contact our customer services team, they'll be able to discuss this with you)
Thanks for the update. Line test is now picking up a potential issue, is your router still connected to your test socket, and there's just the router connected? Once you've confirmed this we'll log it over to Openreach for investigation