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Topic # 95110 28-Dec-2011 06:43 Send private message

is anyone elses xnet adsl connection down? my am300 will not even show the dsl light at all on the front. have checked phoneline and i have a dial tone, have reset modem but same thing happens. any help in the next hour before work would be awesome.

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  Reply # 562038 28-Dec-2011 07:11 Send private message

No DSL light would tend to indicate a possible Chorus issue or modem fault rather than a Xnet one. If an ISP were having issues you'd typically see the DSL light come up with DSL sync but no PPP authentication.






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  Reply # 562170 28-Dec-2011 15:56 Send private message

Oh.
Well I was sitting at work with ping running in the background and it came back up.
Which is good cause now I wont get an earful when I get home.




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