Hi I am having issues with slow internet/lag in gaming and dropouts since December 2013. After many hours on the phone with Telstra it is no better. We have changed the gateway, taken the internet off the phone line and connected it to the fax line. Tried troubleshooting and isolating but still not good. Technician came out and could not find anything wrong. My desktop is connected with cable, all others in the house are WiFi. We are having trouble with all of them. Speedtests reveal download speeds between 0.60 and 5.14 throughout the day and night when we can get it to work. I have phoned Nortons and they have checked and they advised this is not causing the issues. Gateway icons continually flash and Eco light goes red when we loose the internet and then comes back on. Any ideas would be appreciated.
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It would be worth checking if your service is affected by congestion causing slow speed. Replies on this post: http://goo.gl/ETD47c deal with the issue in detail. One of the excel links on it lists the exchanges affected by congestion. Since exchange upgrades require a fair bit of time and money, immediate resolutions for such problems are rare.
It's also important to make sure that devices like modem, filters and cabling are suitable for use with an ADSL2+ service and so would be a good idea to troubleshoot the issue with an isolation test.
This knowledge base provides detailed info on how to perform an isolation test and once done can help identify the device causing the fault if one exists on the premises.
If that doesn't help we can organize a tech to come out and investigate the issue.
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