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Topic # 111631 9-Nov-2012 15:43 Send private message

Telecoms now monitoring my line for a third time, doing a detailed line noise test this time.

It dropped 6am this morning, then around 12.20 and then again at 12.26 roughly.

Had other times connection doesn't last 10 minutes. No phone in use etc.

First time they monitored it, they changed nothing and within hours monitoring finishing started doing it again.

Second time it went three weeks solid, basically it was the night telecoms dns servers went down, couldn't keep connection for longer then 10 minutes, 9 at night, 1am gave it a go, and 6 in mourning. Rung telecom in mourning, they start monitoring again, turn modem on 4pm and it goes good as gold while they're monitoring it as usual, 14 hours after monitoring finished, bang it starts playing up again.

Modem is thompson wireless. Also tried different filters, other jack in house, and linksys modem and still get same results.

When going speeds are good, up to 14 Mbs.

To me it's like there's outside interference coming from somewhere. Crash's even when weather is fine and been no rain.

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  Reply # 714830 9-Nov-2012 17:14 Send private message

Before going any further get an expert to check out the house wiring and install a master splitter




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