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I've just switched to Vodafone on Superfast 2.
I do realise my connection has only been active for just over 24 hours, and there is supposed to be some sort of connection training going on for a few days, but the router is showing VDSL at 33.7 mbits.
Is the connection really going to improve drastically over the next few days?
It can take upto 10 days, but you'll hopefully see some improvement over just the next couple of days!
If you don't see the improvement that you expect then you'll need to contact customer services. And if they can't sort it out, then you can leave without penalty for the first 30 days!
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Thanks for getting in touch @andy_3_913, as @KeithAlger advised your broadband will have a settling in period which can be up to around 10 days; this is caused by your exchange automatically trying out different speeds to find out the fastest stable speed that your particular line can support.
If you're still having problems after this time, please don't hesitate to get back in touch and I'll be happy to take a closer look into this for you.
hi andy i am not going to lie to you but whats speed have you been quoted and also whats your minimum guaranteed speed , its seams a lot of user seam to think that they will get superfast 2 speeds of 55meg or more , which i am sorry to say may not be the case , im also on superfast two because the vodafones website says great news you can get our superfast max 2 broadband and as you know standard is 1-37meg and max is 38-80meg , but in the small print it says on mine, minimum guaranteed speed of 27.4 , and at the moment 5 weeks later i got a sync speed of 27.8 on max 2 (i use to get 35meg on standard before i moved to vodaphone , hopefully yours will go up but if the Line Management records any errors with your router or line then it will reduce your speed, , if you are getting 33meg i dont fancy your chances of it getting to max speeds i would guess 28meg to 37meg but hopefully im wrong
This is what I can get, I think.
Son has mentioned he's having a bit of trouble while watching streams over wifi that he wasn't having trouble with on Sky.
there are known issues thats vodafone router wifi is lower power than most router which means it does not travel as far and also the router keeps disabling and re-enabling the wifi for 4 seconds which will throw your son off and then he will get buffer while he is waiting for the device to reconnect , seams the only fix is change to a non vodafone router
your 10 day sync is
day 1 and 2 dlm is checking and looking for errors and working out whats the best speed
day3/4 depending when it was connected speed will change to new speed lower or higher
day 5/6/7/ checking for errors and working out if new speed is correct / error corrections to correct
day 8/9 may or may not change speed depending what the dlm finds after change.
think after that its checks every 2 weeks and takes a snap shot over the next couple of months to see if it can lower or higher your speed again but i could be wrong with that
if your line changes a lot more than above then DLM has found errors and is trying a lot harder to find a correction that works
Hey @andy_3_913, it could just be a bit of Wi-Fi interference that's slowing things down.
The Wi-Fi signal on your router can be affected by other routers, or other radio signals nearby. You can change the channel your Wi-Fi is broadcasting on to try and get a clear channel that other devices are not using. This minimises any interference and gives you a much better performance.
To change the Wi-Fi channels on the Vodafone router using the Vodafone Broadband app:
I hope this helps, however if changing the channel doesn't help, please let us know.
About 45 mbps, or so the router page says.
Download speeds are all over the place though.
Anything from 1.9 up to about 40.
Also, son was getting reasonable-ish speeds over wifi, now down to 900k
let me guess 40 meg in a morning till about tea time , then down to about 20meg from tea time till about 9pm. then down to anyware from 2 meg to 10 meg from 9pm till midnight , then starts going back up
I'm not sure about the morning, because after I'm done for the night that's me until I get back from work the next day.
And I usually go to bed quite early so I can't comment on the later times either lol