on 27-07-2021 10:29 AM
Hi, after and afternoon of intermittent losses of connectivity I thought I would try rebooting my router! Turned if off for 30mins and now have a download speed of 15Mbps rather than the normal 35Mbps!
Anyone got any ideas?
on 03-08-2021 10:04 AM
Have monitored my speeds over the last few days and router typically says 40Mbps and at my devices I'm getting anywhere between 25 and 35Mbps.,which is the normal range.
Haven't noticed any intermittemt drops in service, speeds seem consitent other than when it was pouring down with rain!
Thanks for your help
on 30-07-2021 11:08 AM
on 30-07-2021 10:53 AM
Quick update, installed new router at 08.00hrs this morning and d/load speed to router back up to 40Mbps, line seems a lot quieter with no mini drop outs since then (famous last words)! So all seems to be OK.
Will check system over weekend and confirm on Monday.
Question, do I just return the old router or that and cables as well?
on 28-07-2021 11:41 AM
on 28-07-2021 11:18 AM
on 28-07-2021 10:24 AM
on 28-07-2021 10:11 AM
Rebooted router yesterday (Tuesday approx 08.00 hrs) morning.
Had numerous drops yesterday of very short duration, maybe a couple of seconds - caused TV to buffer but TV continued after a few seconds buffering.
Attach a s/shot of my ping plotter showing noise and intermitent loss (red lines) this morning.
on 28-07-2021 08:18 AM
Thanks for your reply.
I've checked the connection stats and the line is in sync at 16.9mb. There are still re connections on the line and this will affect the sync speed.
Is the connection still dropping or has the router been rebooted?
on 27-07-2021 01:59 PM
Thank you. I've re-checked the connection stats now and the sync speed hasn't increased as yet. Would it be possible to keep the router at the test socket for at least 24hrs so we can see if the stability improves? If the stability improves at the test socket then the sync speed should also increase again.