This thread is an oldie but a goldie and still really the same.
Based on what CaptJohn said some time ago, is that correct and can my line be reset which might push my speed back up to where it was? My parents in the same village have just got fibre with Plusnet and they've got max speed for their package at 40mb download.
Current connection stats (still in the master socket, as it was):
I'm sorry to hear this and I'll take a look now. I've run a test on the line which hasn't detected a fault. Unfortunately we don't have the option to manually reset DLM as this has to be requested during an engineer visit as part of their investigation.
Just to confirm, what speeds were you originally receiving?
Thanks for confirming. Could you also let us know if the router is still connected to the test socket at the moment and if you've recently tested with an alternative router and we can ask our Network Team to take a look at the drop in sync speed?
This would be either a HG633 or a 3782 router. Have you ever tested with an alternative router? If not then it may be worth testing with this first just before we pass this over to rule this out?
This morning I've tried a new microfilter (to rule that out), no real difference.
Turned off the router and removed the power for approx 10 mins, no real difference.
It was connected at 21.5mb download before doing the above 2 actions, now at 22mb. Which is fairly standard stuff, never connects at exactly the same speed.
I remember when I was on ADSL (and you can check the threads) I'd agreed to be set at a certain db attenuation and DLM was switched off? Understand that's not the case with Fibre and DLM is always on, is that correct?
So what doesn't make sense to me, is if DLM has reduced my speed over time, why that can't be reset, so I can check the speed again and see where it settles?
If that's not an option before sending out another router to test, then suppose we'll have to go down that route?
A DLM reset has to be completed by an Openreach engineer. I have sent a replacement router for testing, please allow 24-48hrs for this to arrive.
Let us know how the connection/speed compares with this router. We advise to allow DLM upto 48hrs to monitor the connection with the new router connected.
Connected the new router and basically no difference.
Stats before I swapped it were just under 20mb (it had disconnected itself since I changed the filter at the weekend) and now with the new router, it's exactly the same.
So my speed is now slower than it's ever been. To be honest, I have zero confidence in DLM because all it's done since I had Fibre is reduce my speed generally. How does DLM know the difference between a genuine line disconnect and someone turning off the router or trying a new filter etc? At least when I had a set line on ADSL, it didn't keep dropping speed as it has now. Not saying that I'd rather have ADSL speed, but I don't feel I'm getting what I had and should be getting.
According to the router stats, my max speed could be 32/33 mb. Less than 20mb as I now have is pretty pitiful.
The fact you cannot reset the line without a BT engineer call out, is presume why new routers are sent out, which I realise probably needs to be ruled out, but I knew was going to be a waste of time.
Not particularly happy.
Our Network Team has advised that the next step will be to arrange an engineer visit so I'm just sending you a Personal Message to confirm some details.
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Thanks for the Private Message. I have passed your availability for an engineer visit over to our Network Team and I will post back on this thread to confirm the date and time of this visit.