When I check my account it says there are no known issues in the area.
Here's the broadband quality monitor - the 100% packet loss this evening (Saturday) was me restarting the modem so ignore that spike, but you can see the general quality and it's been this way since 10pm Friday. Is this likely to be a problem in my area?
As suddenly as the problem started it seems to have gone away again as of about 4am. Hopefully it stays gone. Very irritating to keep finding "no problems detected" on all the diagnostic tools on the VM website when the BQM graph looked like that though!
4th July BQM graph with the dropped packets disappearing at around 3am and the ping coming back down at 4am:
Having the same issue, since Friday night/Saturday morning. Every 20 or 30 seconds my packet loss spikes to ~30%. This is unworkable, as I spend a lot of time streaming my desktop, and it cuts out every 20 seconds due to the insane loss. This happens on my wired desktop machine, and my WiFi laptop, with the same rates of failure.
The VM diagnostic page keeps coming back saying it's an invalid link about 2/3rds of the time, then working the rest of the time. When I go to it it says no known problems in your area, then when I eventually manage to run the test, it says there's a problem in your area, hah. Hopefully this resolves itself like it did for Heather, but I am still experiencing it for now...