Line started dropping this morning, every 10 mins or so I'm getting flashing amber that then immediately re-connects.
Can you please check the line or advise me of any wider situations that may be the cause of this.
I initially thought voice calls were OK, but I just made a call and there is crackling on the line.
The last time this happened and the same behaviour was being exhibited, an engineer diagnosed a fault outside my home 15 metres from the pole.
***EDIT : My connection has been up and stable for nearly 12 hours now.The issues I experienced this morning must have been due to something Talk Talk were doing, or perhaps BT. Anyway, all seems good now, so a testing will not be necessary, unless anything changes tomorrow : Edit**
Meant to say, thanks to KeithFrench...
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This is happening again, started last night at the same time as the disruption in York.
Router re-booting every few minutes or so.
I live 70 miles from York, could this be connected to that issue ?
I'm really sorry to hear this.
I've completed a line test which hasn't detected any faults but I can see the re connections on the line.
Is there any crackling noise on the line? (this was mentioned in your first post)
Yes there is crackling on the line... but it's not that bad.
This is the same behaviour that I was experiencing almost a year ago when an engineer diagnosed a fault outside a few metres from the pole.
It can be up for an hour even or sometimes just 5 minutes... then drops and 9 times out of 10 reconnects immediately.
I'm really worried as I don't have a mobile data package, so if this drops permanently I have no way of contacting yourselves, plus the customer line checker is reporting no issues, so I cannot book an engineer.
I have family that I need to stay in contact with because of Covid-19, so this is a worry.
This morning I have bypassed the front port straight into master socket, changed network cable to a brand new one (i use wired, rather than WiFi) changed cable from router to socket and no change.
What happens now Debbie ?
Thanks for your reply.
The next step will be to arrange an engineer visit. I'm just sending you a Private Message to confirm some details so we can arrange this visit.
I'm grateful for your attention and help and have replied to your PM.
But, my issue 'seems' to be resolved now - connection has been up for just over 4 hours
I'm beginning to suspect that this problem was linked to the network issues experienced by customers in York and the surrounding areas. It just seems strange that my problem started and ended around the same time...
The last time I had this issue was two weeks ago and there was disruption on your network then as well - I just find it difficult to swallow that a fault would only make itself known every two weeks, that's too intermittent for my liking...
Thanks for your reply.
This may have been linked to this fault but when we completed the line tests this was not showing as part of this issue/fault.
Please let us know if you do experience any further issues.