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grahamm1
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Network uptime vs System uptime

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Can someone clarify what this means?

I'm having occasional loss of broadband, so keeping an eye on the stats on the smarthub.

My Smarthub Manager reports:

Network uptime: 0 Days, 14 Hours 9 Minutes
System uptime: 1 Days, 3 Hours 56 Minutes

Usually when my hub reboots itself (which it does occasionally) the network uptime is the same as System uptime.

Why would it be different?

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licquorice
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Network uptime is exactly that, the time since a line or network disconnection.

System uptime is time since hub last rebooted.

A reboot will reset both counters but a line disconnection will only reset the Network uptime counter.

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grahamm1
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Interesting.... I wonder what caused a line disconnection in the early hours?

We've just had the cable from the pole to the property replaced, together with a new socket (hence the reason I'm constantly checking the stats).

 

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licquorice
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Possibly DLM caused the disconnection.

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grahamm1
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Yes, that would make sense, I guess.

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DLM action normally (though not always) takes place between 03.00-05.00 as this is considered the least likely time the connection will be in use.

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