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Darren20
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Message 1 of 4

event log

There has to be a brain somewhere to help me my inter drops every couple of hours hub lights dont change when it goes of and 30 seconds later its normal again?

 

 

 

 

 

13:10:27, 22 Aug.Host 00:17:c4:60:11:da
connected to SSID 'BTHub3-CHZM' at 54 Mbps
13:09:49, 22 Aug.Host 7c:61:93:18:b9:26
connected to SSID 'BTHub3-CHZM' at 54 Mbps
13:09:14, 22 Aug.(265498.810000) Lease
for IP 192.168.1.65 renewed by host Darrens-iPhone (MAC 14:5a:05:a0:b3:1e).
Lease duration: 1440 min
13:09:14, 22 Aug.(265498.800000) Lease
requested
13:09:12, 22 Aug.Host 14:5a:05:a0:b3:1e
connected to SSID 'BTHub3-CHZM' at 39 Mbps
13:09:00, 22 Aug.Host 7c:61:93:18:b9:26
connected to SSID 'BTHub3-CHZM' at 54 Mbps
12:18:46, 22 Aug.(262470.220000) Auto
channel selection (reason 'Auto Trigger') is complete. Selected channel: 11,
noise data: 1-(-109) 2-(-109) 3-(-109) 4-(-109) 5-(-109) 6-(-109) 7-(-109)
8-(-109) 9-(-109) 10-(-109) 11-(-109) 12-(-110) 13-(-110).
04:18:02, 22 Aug.(233626.260000) Auto
channel selection (reason 'Auto Trigger') is complete. Selected channel: 6,
noise data: 1-(-109) 2-(-109) 3-(-109) 4-(-109) 5-(-110) 6-(-110) 7-(-108)
8-(-110) 9-(-109) 10-(-108) 11-(-109) 12-(-109) 13-(-110).
20:12:41, 21 Aug.(204505.840000) Auto
channel selection (reason 'Auto Trigger') is complete. Selected channel: 11,
noise data: 1-(-109) 2-(-109) 3-(-109) 4-(-109) 5-(-109) 6-(-109) 7-(-109)
8-(-109) 9-(-109) 10-(-110) 11-(-109) 12-(-109) 13-(-110).
12:12:23, 21 Aug.(175685.240000) Auto
channel selection (reason 'Auto Trigger') is complete. Selected channel: 11,
noise data: 1-(-109) 2-(-108) 3-(-109) 4-(-109) 5-(-110) 6-(-109) 7-(-109)
8-(-109) 9-(-109) 10-(-109) 11-(-109) 12-(-110) 13-(-110).
04:12:17, 21 Aug.(146878.750000) Auto
channel selection (reason 'Auto Trigger') is complete. Selected channel: 1,
noise data: 1-(-109) 2-(-109) 3-(-109) 4-(-108) 5-(-109) 6-(-109) 7-(-109)
8-(-109) 9-(-109) 10-(-109) 11-(-109) 12-(-109) 13-(-110).
20:06:49, 20 Aug.(117751.000000) Auto
channel selection (reason 'Auto Trigger') is complete. Selected channel: 11,
noise data: 1-(-110) 2-(-109) 3-(-109) 4-(-109) 5-(-109) 6-(-110) 7-(-109)
8-(-110) 9-(-109) 10-(-110) 11-(-110) 12-(-109) 13-(-110).
12:06:29, 20 Aug.(88927.880000) Auto
channel selection (reason 'Auto Trigger') is complete. Selected channel: 11,
noise data: 1-(-109) 2-(-108) 3-(-108) 4-(-109) 5-(-109) 6-(-109) 7-(-108)
8-(-108) 9-(-108) 10-(-108) 11-(-109) 12-(-109) 13-(-110).
04:06:17, 20 Aug.(60116.330000) Auto
channel selection (reason 'Auto Trigger') is complete. Selected channel: 1,
noise data: 1-(-112) 2-(-109) 3-(-109) 4-(-109) 5-(-109) 6-(-109) 7-(-109)
8-(-109) 9-(-109) 10-(-109) 11-(-109) 12-(-110) 13-(-109).
19:40:19, 19 Aug.(29758.700000) Auto
channel selection (reason 'Auto Trigger') is complete. Selected channel: 11,
noise data: 1-(-108) 2-(-108) 3-(-107) 4-(-108) 5-(-108) 6-(-108) 7-(-108)
8-(-108) 9-(-108) 10-(-108) 11-(-109) 12-(-108) 13-(-108).
11:39:55, 19 Aug.( 933.720000) Auto
channel selection (reason 'Auto Trigger') is complete. Selected channel: 6,
noise data: 1-(-109) 2-(-109) 3-(-109) 4-(-109) 5-(-109) 6-(-110) 7-(-109)
8-(-109) 9-(-109) 10-(-109) 11-(-109) 12-(-110) 13-(-110).
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Re: event log

It looks like the wireless channel keeps changing, as it sees other wireless points using the same channel.

 

I think its part of the hub 3s attempt to find a clear channel, resulting in your wireless connection dropping.

 

See if there is a menu option to manually select a channel, and turn the automatic channel selection off.

 

There is some help here http://btybb.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/32235/~/what-is-the-smart-wireless-feature-in-the-...

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Distinguished Sage
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Message 3 of 4

Re: event log

is it the wireless conenction that keeps dropping as it looks like your HH3 is changing wireless channels.

 

you can try downloading inssider2 (istumbler if MAC) and then run it. This will show the broadcasting networks round about you and their channels including your own. If you then enter your router and change your wireless channel to a free or less congested channel.

giving a static wireless channel may help



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Darren20
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Re: event log

ADSL Settings

 

Line state:Connected
Connection time:3 days, 02:00:58
Downstream:7.367 Mbps
Upstream:880
Kbps
 
ADSL Settings
VPI/VCI:0/38
Type:PPPoA
Modulation:G.992.5 Annex
A
Latency type:Fast
Noise margin
(Down/Up):
8.8 dB / 6.5
dB
Line attenuation
(Down/Up):
33.5 dB / 19.3
dB
Output power
(Down/Up):
20.3 dBm / 12.7
dBm
FEC Events
(Down/Up):
0 / 0
CRC Events
(Down/Up):
2538 / 39151
Loss of Framing
(Local/Remote):
0 / 0
Loss of Signal
(Local/Remote):
0 / 0
Loss of Power
(Local/Remote):
0 / 0
HEC Events
(Down/Up):
2989 / 40777
Error Seconds
(Local/Remote):
1589 / 32293
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