I have an ADSL connection in Greenlane which is performing badly, and seems especially slow in the upload direction.
Running a speed test is painfully slow, and appears to stall out on the upload section, but eventually completes.
http://www.spark.co.nz/speedtest reported 35Mbps/0.5Mbps (is that possible for ADSL!!)
speedtest.net reports 1Mbps down, and 0.12 up.
The router is a Mako, so probably ok, and of course have restarted it, so next step is to try a different modem.
Are there any other tests I should be doing? Yes there is a splitter, and yes this ADSL has been performing ok over recent months.
Is it possible the DSLAM is impaired?
Modem stats are as follows:
ADSL Line Connected
Line Rates: Receive 17699 kbps Transmit 876 kbps
ADSL Modulation: ADSL2+ (ADSL2+)
Annex Type: AnnexA
ATM Virtual Channel IDs: no connections open
Physical Layer Stats: Local Remote
Noise Margin 15.50 dB 16.5 dB
Attenuation 9.5 dB 1.5 dB
Power 12.3 dB
Driver version - 1.75 (1.75:E.25.41.66 A)
INP: 0.00 up, 2.01 down
Remote Device: BRCM