That’s what he told me to do to try fix it because there’s “nothing he can do” he said put it in modem mode and buy another cheap router and connect them and that should fix it; I knew it was all lies and bulshit, but this is literally frustrating me tooooooo much. I want this fixed ASAP,
I put in a few hours last night and one this morning and it's working very well here in N4. Not even one hitch in all the time I played. Whatever they did it's fixed it here. Now I just hope it stays working.
It's a pity though that (a) VM denied there was a network issue* and (b) wasted customers time if not money for tech visits that were never going to be able to cure the problem. And then failed to deliver on promised call-backs (and this after the public holidays). That's the main burden of my formal complaint.
*While I accept that in general a tech visit may be needed to eliminate other possibilities, what else did they think was going on when users backed up reports of unplayable games etc with BQM graphs showing the problem started at the same time on 21/12, and stopped and restarted at the same times on 29/12?
This is interesting as I have the exact same issue. It seemed to work fine for the first week but after that there is packet loss every 55 seconds or so that vary to 1-10 seconds which makes its unusable for running a VDI. I currently use shadow which is a VM that can be run from any device. I have it directly plugged into the Hub 3.0 and and get downloads over 200mb but still experience this. I wasnt aware this was an area wide issue but it wouldnt suprise me.
I have an engineer coming in a week to take a look and given the thread below I dont expect the answer to be very different.
My question is, has anyone switched due to this issue and have you found another provider that doesnt experience this and is a bit more reliable with speeds of 100mb+ down.