Hoping someone can assist here, I recently purchased a new TP-Link VR2800 to try instead of my Sky Broadband Hub (SR203). I was looking to compare Wi-Fi and see if the additional features via the VR2800 would suit me better.
However since having the router setup (which was easy to do with the built in Sky/MER setup) I am seeing a slow decline in downstream connections after the router disconnects each night.
Initially the sync stats were 43999/19999 which was same as the Sky router (stuck on 44/20 profile), but then each night since setup I have seen a disconnect around 2am and stats reducing, first was 39999/19999 and then last night down to 34999/19999.
Logs show the following for when the disconnect takes place around 2.30am - "DSL Link Down, remote disconnect detected" before then showing it reconnect at the lower speed.
Router stats below:
Line Status: Connected
DSL Up Time: 0 days 9 hours 18 minutes
DSL Modulation Type: VDSL2
Annex Type: Annex A/L
Upstream - Downstream
Current Rate (kbps) 19999 - 34999
Max Rate (kbps) 22933 - 63677
SNR Margin (dB) 7.6 - 14.4
Line Attenuation (dB) 23.7 - 12.2
Errors (pkts) 52 - 4433
Not sure if anyone can help or suggest anything with the TP-Link router? The errors I am not sure if normal for 9hrs, i assume I am now on a 35/20 type profile and so one option might be to plug the sky router back in and contact them as my min guaranteed speed is 37mb (but 42mb-62mb listed as achievable). But wanted to check there wasn't something in the settings i could look at.