For last 4-5 weeks now I have been getting latency issues whilst trying to game, PC mostly which is hardwired via my SH3.
I rang up the guys are virgin before the call centres closed down, and they said nothing was wrong with my service and was nothing they would do.
As the last few weeks have gone on its gotten worse, last night my connection wasn't stable till roughly 11:30.
I'm aware that network usage is high right now, but is there no way to stabilise things? i have a vivid 350 connection. I am currently getting (as of this morning) avg of 130-150M down and 30MB up. Now if this has been done to try and stabilise things then I dont mind, but its still rocky and people havent even logged on yet really. I also invested £90 in a netgear router in order to have some QoS and modem mode has been recommended multiple times but for some reason despite following ALL the guides my think broadband service doesnt read my connection since switching to modem mode and just shows 100 percent packet loss.
Run a puma 6 test, just google it, and post your results.
-- Red (VM SH2 AC Beta tester) Running on 350Mb VM service with SH3 in Modem Mode, with a ASUS RT-AC5300 router. With this setup I get Fantastic WIRED and WIRELESS Signals in my home. I dont work for VM. But I work in IT, and I know my tech. My advice is at your own risk. If you are happy with my answers please press Kudo ?
I am a Virgin Technician and due to the COVID-19 I am self-isolating :(, I am unable to help customers in person and so i am available to help others with my personal experience gained from years of solving many complex service and installations jobs.
I could do a diagnostic for you if you wish? Pm me and i can try to help further.
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Despite increased demand for its services, Virgin Media said their network has “ample capacity and is continuing to provide customers with the ultrafast and reliable services they expect at this critical time.”]
Have you updated your IP address on the ThinkBroadband BQM, the public IP address changes based on the MAC address of the new router being attached to the modem (Hub 3) so you will need to update this.
I would also remind you to make sure the new router is setup to accept/respond to ICMP/Echo requests on the WAN port.