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I've just ran remote test and the result does not show a physical fault on the line.
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I've now arranged a call today from one of our technicians between 7:30pm - 8:00pm.
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I understand that one of our technicians has been in touch with you yesterday and was able to resolve this issue by doing isolation on your devices.
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Thank you for having a technician call and resolve the issue. However, this solution only lasted around a day or so. By 12pm Wednesday, the connection was again showing signs of slow speed and download. I understand that the issue with the connection was due to high upload, causing connection and download speeds to slow. However, the steps I did take on Monday night to resolve this are still in place, so the issue must be residing somewhere else. I contacted the technician that called me on Monday night yesterday and am still to get a response. I have the number and name of the technician though who helped me so if I was to arrange another call, I am able to speak to the same person. If you guys are able to help me again in sorting this problem, I would greatly appreciate it.
I've reviewed the notes from our Tech team and run some remote test. I have detected the same issue that you were experiencing before in which a high upload traffic is evident. It is eating all of the bandwidth that we can provide you with the ADSL service and causes your internet to be slow.
The previous technician has verified that the problem lies with your Google drive which is automatically doing a backup to your files or uploading high data files.
Did you disconnect your google drive or at least disable the automatic file backup of it?
Turning Off and On the modem will not resolve this since a device which is connected to it is causing the problem. You need to identify which device is causing this issue if it's not the google drive.
You may disconnect the devices connected to your network 1 by 1 and running speed tests at the same time to check if the disconnected device is the culprit.
Yes, Google Drive and the sync has been disconnected on the computer which was thought to have caused the issue. I am very confused though to which program or action is taking up all the bandwidth. I turned my computer off and checked the speed on my phone, the only device connected, the speed was slow. I then turn off my phone, turn my computer back on and the connection is still poor. So I believe the problem is among one of these two devices. I opened my laptop to see if it would be the culprit and the speed is perfectly fine. I then turn on the same phone that was giving me a slow connection and now it is fine on there. I am very confused about which device would be doing this and what could be chewing all the upload. I am lost to what is causing the poor connection. Also, are there any programs or computer actions that are known for taking up all the upload, as I can then check if I have these enabled on the devices. The computer is a Windows 10 and the phone is an iPhone SE on the latest version of operating system.
Thank you to everyone who is trying to help me solve this situation