Jordon, I think we have enough pings/tracerts/etc. I don't think we need anymore.
Going back and reading everything over and over again, I think that we might have a plausible answer to your issues.
Back on the first thread early on:
said by billaustin:
Try connecting both modems to the test jacks at the NID (at the same time, short line cords, separate as much as possible) and see if the problem is still there. If so, you may need your drop from the street replaced. If not, your wiring is the issue and the two DSL lines are interfering with each other. I would suggest filters at the NID with a home run for each modem.
You said it was too cold outside and you will get to it when it warms up.
said by Zero8270:
BUT Back to the point with BOTH MODEMS CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO THE NID, i did notice a problem when i was doing speedtest on both of them. With LINE A doing a speedtest first, my latency was great but while i was downloading(Finding out my download speed) i did a other speedtest on LINE B, i saw that LINE B, latency increase(50 ms to 150ms) while the download speed decreased(1.4mb download to .700mb download. Then i did it the other way around and i got the same results, which leaves me to belive that they are connected at the NID but also probably a wireing issue in the house. Also i do notice that my newer line has a .40mb to .50mbupload speed while my older line has a .20mb to .33mb speed. So this makes me belive that this is a issue and that the lines are not seperate at the NID.
There is your answer.--
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