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#272579 3-Jul-2020 08:47
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Hi all
I changed from Spark to Voyager and my synch rate has dropped from around 7000 kbps to 2000. Is there something happening in the background and over time it will come right?
I'm on a adsl connection and the change over happened on Wednesday.


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Mike

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  #2516566 3-Jul-2020 08:53
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When you change ISP it also resets the DLM process. This will recover normally within a week however it is vitally important you do not reboot your router if at all possible.




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  #2516567 3-Jul-2020 08:54
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michaelmurfy: When you change ISP it also resets the DLM process. This will recover normally within a week however it is vitally important you do not reboot your router if at all possible.

 

in saying that, ddDLM has pulled back a ton there!

 

 

 

perks of changing provider on dsl :)





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  #2516634 3-Jul-2020 09:49
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Man how did we survive before ddDLM. That's an impressive increase. Fingers crossed you'll get it all back. 




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  #2516787 3-Jul-2020 14:15
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Thanks for the replies, here's hoping it comes right.

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