on 24-02-2012 15h29
on 24-02-2012 15h47
I am using BT Fon, and the home hub is set to channel 1 and the WA701ND is set to channel 11 so will just leave it at that. Should I delete the home hub from all my wireless devices so they never connect to it to take the wireless "load" off the home hub or won't it make any difference. Cheers
If nothing connects to the home hub, then you can just leave it as it is.
If you have used a different wireless key on the WA701ND, then there is no chance of that happening accidentally.
on 24-02-2012 17h42
25-02-2012 9h27 - edited 25-02-2012 9h30
Hi, connection just dropped again the broadband light flashed oragnge for about 30 seconds then came back on. Here are the stats.
ADSL line status Connection information Line state Connected Connection time 0 days, 0:11:27 Downstream 5,447 Kbps Upstream 1,067 Kbps ADSL settings VPI/VCI 0/38 Type PPPoA Modulation ITU-T G.992.5 Latency type Interleaved Noise margin (Down/Up) 3.4 dB / 5.8 dB Line attenuation (Down/Up) 48.0 dB / 23.0 dB Output power (Down/Up) 0.0 dBm / 13.0 dBm Loss of Framing (Local) 0 Loss of Signal (Local) 0 Loss of Power (Local) 0 FEC Errors (Down/Up) 328643 / 4294967264 CRC Errors (Down/Up) 3 / N/A HEC Errors (Down/Up) N/A / 0 Error Seconds (Local) 19499
I looked in the event log and it says this.
09:22:23 25 Feb LOGIN User admin logged in on [HTTP] (from 192.168.1.75) 09:22:01 25 Feb LOGIN User Basic logged in on [HTTP] (from 192.168.1.75) 09:13:24 25 Feb LOGIN User admin logged in on [HTTP] (from 192.168.1.69) 09:13:13 25 Feb CONFIGURATION saved by TR69 09:12:52 25 Feb LOGIN User Basic logged in on [HTTP] (from 192.168.1.69) 09:12:38 25 Feb FIREWALL event (1 of 2): deleted rules 09:12:37 25 Feb PPP link up (Internet) [126.96.36.199] 09:12:37 25 Feb FIREWALL event (1 of 2): created rules 09:12:37 25 Feb PPP CHAP Chap receive success : authentication ok 09:12:37 25 Feb PPP CHAP Receive challenge (rhost = bras-red2.ls-bas) 09:12:22 25 Feb FIREWALL event (1 of 3): modified rules 09:12:22 25 Feb xDSL linestate up (ITU-T G.992.5; downstream: 5447 kbit/s, upstream: 1067 kbit/s; output Power Down: 19.8 dBm, Up: 13.0 dBm; line Attenuation Down: 48.0 dB, Up: 23.0 dB; snr Margin Down: 6.1 dB, Up: 2.9 dB) 09:12:20 25 Feb PPP link down (Internet) [188.8.131.52] 09:11:58 25 Feb xDSL linestate down 09:11:52 25 Feb LOGIN User Basic logged in on [HTTP] (from 192.168.1.69) 09:11:35 25 Feb FIREWALL event (1 of 1): created rules 09:11:34 25 Feb FIREWALL event (1 of 1): deleted rules 09:11:34 25 Feb xDSL linestate down 08:38:20 25 Feb SNTP Synchronised again to server: 184.108.40.206
There are also a few of these in the log
02:47:32 25 Feb FIREWALL icmp check (1 of 6): Protocol: ICMP Src ip: 220.127.116.11 Dst ip: 18.104.22.168 Type: Destination Unreachable Code: Communication with Destination Host is Administratively Prohibited
04:55:01 25 Feb FIREWALL icmp check (1 of 1): Protocol: ICMP Src ip: 22.214.171.124 Dst ip: 126.96.36.199 Type: Destination Unreachable Code: Host Unreacheable
Are these normal?
And does this mean every time the connection drops does the 3 days start again?
on 25-02-2012 9h33
No, it does not. Its probably a burst of noise on the line, or someone has disturbed the connection in the exchange.
Mine does the same, usually a couple of times a month.
Your noise margin is very low at the moment, so that will make it more prone to disconnects.
You had a burst of error seconds, which was probably the cause of the line drop.
Could be some electrical interference, thermostat or similar, it does happen.
on 27-02-2012 20h18
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