on 06-08-2019 04:06 PM
For the first few months I was getting a very good connection at my new address with 75Mbit and ping of about 14ms. This seemed to degrade and I ended up with 65Mbit and high latency, with a good chunk of CRC errors in both directions. The internal wiring is short and direct to router although I use an Asus AC68U rather than the talktalk model which didn't let me change the internal address range.
I'd appreciate it if you could do a line test. I tried the option on the web site but it just kept saying it was interrupted. If the line is okay then it might be better for me to turn off the superfast boost to get a better ping time and reliability.
Thanks a lot,
on 07-08-2019 01:28 PM
on 07-08-2019 10:41 AM
No, there's no significant noise I can hear and it works okay.
I'm prepared to accept the cab just isn't close enough for optimum behaviour although there is one oddity on the router stats, in one download frequency range there is a big difference between line attenuation and signal attenuation. Not sure what the difference between the two things is, but the figures are otherwise very close.
If there's nothing else you can think of, how do I remove the superspeed boost and go to 40Mbit/10Mbit or whatever? I have looked at the web site and it only seems to show under the 'renew contract' area, I was under the impression it could be turned on or off as a boost. I can ring up if that's the best way?
on 07-08-2019 09:21 AM
on 06-08-2019 06:48 PM
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