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I've run a test on your line which hasn't detected a fault and your line is currently in sync at 75mb which is within the predicted speed range for the line.
Are you experiencing any issues with your connection?
Is your router currently switched off? I can also see a few re-connections on the line. Is the connection unstable or are you rebooting/switching off the router?
have just recieved the router speed has gone back up to 71 mbps so will keep an eye on it for the next few days and if i get any more problems will let you know thanks
I've re-checked the connection stats and your line is currently in sync at 66mb which is within the predicted speed range for your line.
I can see a few re-connections on the line, have you rebooted/switched off the router?
Thanks for confirming this. DLM will determine the speed of the connection based upon the stability and also the number of errors on the line.
As the sync speed is within the predicted speed range then we would be unable to raise this as a slow speed fault.