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    Sudden drop in speed

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      Re: Sudden drop in speed

      Speed is now back up to more than it was originally and the guy said if we reboot router around 6.30pm it should go up to around 5m
      It could be they have not finished the configuration, but booting around 6.30, when the line is getting noisy would normally resync you at a lower speed not a higher one.

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      Re: Sudden drop in speed

      Quote Originally Posted by Isitme View Post
      It could be they have not finished the configuration, but booting around 6.30, when the line is getting noisy would normally resync you at a lower speed not a higher one.
      Really? What would you consider to be the best time to reboot then?
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      Re: Sudden drop in speed

      Do as they suggest, as I said they may not have finished the configuration. If you do find it syncs a bit lower, have a look at the noise margin in the morning, if it is above 7-8dbs, reboot and it should reconnect faster. Early morning is usually the quietest time on the line.

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      Re: Sudden drop in speed

      Ok will do, thanks a lot!
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