Over the last week or so, my VDSL2 speed has steadily dropped from around 80mpbs to 50mbps. I've tried different devices and different firmwares, vectoring and non-vectoring but all with the same result. Right now, this is what I have:
**Data Rate:** 50.210 Mb/s / 12.000 Mb/s **Max. Attainable Data Rate (ATTNDR):** 50.380 Mb/s / 15.805 Mb/s
This is using a vectoring firmware. If I use a non-vectoring firmware I get this:
**Data Rate:** 50.310 Mb/s / 12.000 Mb/s **Max. Attainable Data Rate (ATTNDR):** 92.130 Mb/s / 15.415 Mb/s
Like I said, the speed has been dropping gradually over the past 8 to 9 days. This to me suggests maybe a faulty capacitor in the filter, possibly hit by a spike and is slowly losing capacitance and gaining EPR. So I've ordered a new face plate and CAT6 cable. When they arrive, I'll also leave the VDSL2 line disconnected overnight and install it the following morning. Calling the ISP currently is like pulling teeth, they're all short staffed due to ,, well you all know why.
Failing the microfilter, anyone got any ideas on what else could be causing this?