on 15-10-2021 07:44 AM
I've re-checked the connection stats and the connection looks very stable and the sync speed also looks consistent. The speed test below also looks ok based upon the sync speed. Just to confirm, what speeds were you previously receiving prior to the speed drop?
on 07-10-2021 06:35 AM
on 06-10-2021 10:27 PM
good old google: i did a search and found that it's an issue that's affected a lot of systems using that cert which coincidentally expired about the time I swapped routers - and found a fix - all seems to be working now.
Speed is up to 1.7mbps at the mo'
on 06-10-2021 10:21 PM
Are you running an Apple device using OSX ?, if so this video might be of interest https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLG6XVZPF34
Note that I'm not an OSX user, so I don't know if what is in that video is correct, but it sounds sensible based on my knowledge of certificate chains, and a lot of people in the comments seem to have found it has resolved the issue for them. But following those instructions would be at your own risk !
on 06-10-2021 10:07 PM
I did try that - no change.
Looking again the error messages, it appears to be something in the 'keychain access' which is "DST Root CA X3" which is the 'system root' of the certificate and this expired on 30th sept - hence the error - but i have no idea how to correct it, or even what it is. If I try to delete it it won't let me.
on 06-10-2021 06:39 AM
on 05-10-2021 10:35 PM
I've only tried two devices:-
The phone (android) seems fine but the computer (apple iMac) has the issue . It's still got a problem and i can't get the speed checker to work at all. Can you advise what the issue may be? or what to check? It was fine until i swapped the router.
on 05-10-2021 07:41 AM
on 04-10-2021 07:53 AM
on 02-10-2021 10:30 PM
the new router seems to be working faster, but since changing it i keep getting: "this connection is not private" on various websites, including the speed-checker ones. looking at the error it says 'invalid security certificate' and looking deeper it says "This certificate is not valid (expired root)". the certificate date is clearly not expired - 4th nov 2021 - and the date and time on the computer are correct. Tried two different web browsers.
on 27-09-2021 11:01 AM
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on 26-09-2021 09:22 PM
I don't have a known-good router to substitute so haven't tried that. You could send out a new router to try before sending an engineer if you think it's the router again?
on 24-09-2021 07:22 AM
I'm sorry to hear this. I've run a test on the line which hasn't detected a fault, however I can see that the sync speed is varying. If you've recently tested with 2 different routers, cables and microfilters at the test socket then the next step would be to arrange an engineer visit to the property. Would you like to go ahead with this?
on 23-09-2021 11:47 PM
phone sounds fine
I ought to be getting speeds in excess of 3mbps as I have had sync speeds of up to 3.9 in the past. in recent years though they seem to struggle to keep the download speed above 2.0mbps even though my neighbour with BT gets over three.
wired and wireless are the same - not surprising as wireless can easily exceed 1.1mbps.
The service centre is very slow to load and seems to keep timing out - suggesting a fault. It also says I'm getting 2mbps even though talk talks own speed checker says 1.1, then says that I'm getting the highest speed available in my area even though that's patently untrue.
perhaps an actual engineer might be needed to find out what's slowing it down this time?
on 23-09-2021 08:28 PM
It would be worth going to the Service Centre to run a connection test on your line, this will indicate if there is currently a fault affecting your service. You can also access this from the ‘My Account’ site.
Also, if you have a landline phone can you check to see if that is working normally (i.e. you have a clear dial tone and no noise on the line).
If you go to the Service Centre what does it show for your estimated speed range. If you log into your router to check your sync speed does this show speeds below that estimated range. If you run a speed test (ideally from both a wired and wireless device so that you can compare), how close are the speed test results to the sync speed shown on your router.
The TalkTalk staff on this community will be able to help, they will hopefully be able to respond to this post tomorrow.