|adls works by giving you the most stable conection at the highest speed.|
so if your conection is 10Mb and there is errors it will drop the speed.
if after the drop there is more errors it will lower your speed yet again.
and so on till its at a stable rate
so whats happeing is its got errors and dropping your speed as its better to have a slower speed than to loose data.
when you reboot your just refresshing the conection and starting the whole process again
ok so the question is why are you getting errors. thats a mutitued of reasons from electrical noise from equipment static on the line crap microfilters or your too far away from your exchange. There is nothing much you can do about this period.
next quest but i bought 10Mb broadband - no you bought a conection that could go up to 10Mb and when you get out the paper work you will find they only HAVE to supply something around 500kb alot less than your 10Mb
so there isnt actually a problem your just noticing the service you get isnt the one they lead you to belive your buying.
And if your in the uk and on a exchange that is still bundled. not the wisest of moves dropping your adsl conection like that, as BT has a value called a ras that rembers what the last conection speed was and sees you dropping the conection as a fault and lowers the speed further.
all text needs typos. There there for the reader to find,to distract them from the total lack of content.
google it! wasnt the answer to the question i asked so dont be dense and give me that repl