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Topic # 23624 4-Jul-2008 14:24
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Hi, I am currently using ihug with their new broadband 3 plan. We have been in our new house for about 2-3 weeks now, and since we have been here we have been getting constant disconnections from the ADSL. I have tried a number of troubleshooting ideas such as: Changing cords, using wired instead of wireless, changing filters, using no filters with just the router plugged into the socket and still have had no luck. We have rang ihug a few times now, the first time they said that we hadn't been disconnecting at their end and they couldn't help us. Then the second time we demanded help and they sent a tech down to the exchange to check and they found and issue which they fixed and it still disconnects...

I am using a Belkin ADSL2+ modem with Wireless 802.11g Router, Part # F5D7633au4A. I have updated the firmware to the latest version to try fix the issue and it did not fix anything. In all fairness it could be the router causing the issue as we do not have another modem to test this theory. Any help in fixing this will be greatly appretiated, as there is nothing worse than using the internet for 10 minutes and then getting disconnected over and over. This is what my system log has been saying:

07/04/2008  15:12:40 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
07/04/2008  15:12:39 ATM1 get IP:118.92.214.223
07/04/2008  15:12:39 Username and Password: OK
07/04/2008  15:12:29 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  15:12:29 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  15:12:28 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  15:12:12 ATM1 stop PPP            
07/04/2008  15:12:11 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  14:46:33 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
07/04/2008  14:46:32 ATM1 get IP:118.92.219.17
07/04/2008  14:46:31 Username and Password: OK
07/04/2008  14:46:28 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  14:46:28 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  14:46:26 If(ATM1) PPP fail : Peer terminate
07/04/2008  14:46:25 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  14:46:24 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  14:46:24 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  14:46:10 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  14:45:55 ATM1 stop PPP            
07/04/2008  14:45:55 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  14:45:39 192.168.2.22 login success
07/04/2008  14:33:24 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
07/04/2008  14:33:23 ATM1 get IP:118.92.141.243
07/04/2008  14:33:23 Username and Password: OK
07/04/2008  14:33:21 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  14:33:21 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  14:33:21 If(ATM1) PPP fail : Peer terminate
07/04/2008  14:33:20 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  14:33:19 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  14:33:19 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  14:33:16 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  14:32:59 ATM1 stop PPP            
07/04/2008  14:32:59 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  14:29:02 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
07/04/2008  14:29:01 ATM1 get IP:118.92.148.127
07/04/2008  14:29:00 Username and Password: OK
07/04/2008  14:28:57 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  14:28:57 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  14:28:55 If(ATM1) PPP fail : Peer terminate
07/04/2008  14:28:54 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  14:28:53 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  14:28:53 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  14:28:52 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  14:28:36 ATM1 stop PPP            
07/04/2008  14:28:36 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  14:28:05 192.168.2.22 login success
07/04/2008  14:28:03 User from 192.168.2.22 timed out
07/04/2008  14:00:45 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
07/04/2008  14:00:44 ATM1 get IP:118.92.220.200
07/04/2008  14:00:44 Username and Password: OK
07/04/2008  14:00:43 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  14:00:43 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  14:00:41 If(ATM1) PPP fail : Peer terminate
07/04/2008  14:00:40 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  14:00:39 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  14:00:39 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  14:00:33 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  14:00:18 ATM1 stop PPP            
07/04/2008  14:00:17 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  13:45:27 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
07/04/2008  13:45:26 ATM1 get IP:118.92.206.249
07/04/2008  13:45:26 Username and Password: OK
07/04/2008  13:45:22 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  13:45:22 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  13:45:22 If(ATM1) PPP fail : Peer terminate
07/04/2008  13:45:21 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  13:45:20 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  13:45:20 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  13:45:18 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  13:45:03 ATM1 stop PPP            
07/04/2008  13:45:02 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  13:29:10 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
07/04/2008  13:29:09 ATM1 get IP:118.92.215.205
07/04/2008  13:29:09 Username and Password: OK
07/04/2008  13:29:07 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  13:29:07 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  13:29:05 If(ATM1) PPP fail : Peer terminate
07/04/2008  13:29:04 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  13:29:03 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  13:29:03 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  13:28:22 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  13:28:06 ATM1 stop PPP            
07/04/2008  13:28:06 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  13:27:17 192.168.2.22 login success
07/04/2008  12:50:00 sending ACK to 192.168.2.2
07/04/2008  12:16:04 sending ACK to 192.168.2.2
07/04/2008  12:02:25 sending ACK to 192.168.2.2
07/04/2008  12:02:25 sending OFFER to 192.168.2.2
07/04/2008  11:54:11 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
07/04/2008  11:54:10 ATM1 get IP:118.92.190.213
07/04/2008  11:54:10 Username and Password: OK
07/04/2008  11:54:06 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  11:54:06 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  11:54:02 If(ATM1) PPP fail : Peer terminate
07/04/2008  11:54:00 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  11:54:00 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/04/2008  11:53:57 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  11:53:41 ATM1 stop PPP            
07/04/2008  11:53:41 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  11:48:37 NTP Date/Time updated.   
07/04/2008  11:39:24 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
07/04/2008  11:39:23 ATM1 get IP:118.92.153.247
07/04/2008  11:39:23 Username and Password: OK
07/04/2008  11:39:19 ATM1 start PPP           
07/04/2008  11:39:19 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  11:38:11 192.168.2.2 login success
07/04/2008  11:36:46 sending ACK to 192.168.2.2
07/04/2008  11:15:03 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  11:14:47 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  10:02:19 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  10:02:00 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  09:59:52 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  09:59:36 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  09:56:48 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  09:56:31 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  09:16:14 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  09:15:55 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  08:55:39 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  08:55:24 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  07:31:31 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  07:31:15 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  07:28:37 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  07:28:21 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  05:27:11 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  05:26:54 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  03:57:52 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  03:57:34 ADSL Media Down !        
07/04/2008  02:55:30 ADSL Media Up !          
07/04/2008  02:55:07 ATM1 stop PPP            
07/04/2008  02:55:07 ADSL Media Down !        
07/03/2008  23:48:40 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
07/03/2008  23:48:39 ATM1 get IP:118.92.158.38
07/03/2008  23:48:39 Username and Password: OK
07/03/2008  23:48:36 ATM1 start PPP           
07/03/2008  23:48:36 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/03/2008  23:48:32 192.168.2.22 login success
07/03/2008  23:48:30 User from 192.168.2.22 timed out
07/03/2008  23:11:27 ADSL Media Up !          
07/03/2008  23:11:11 ATM1 stop PPP            
07/03/2008  23:11:11 ADSL Media Down !        
07/03/2008  22:34:25 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
07/03/2008  22:34:24 ATM1 get IP:118.92.159.137
07/03/2008  22:34:24 Username and Password: OK
07/03/2008  22:34:21 ATM1 start PPP           
07/03/2008  22:34:21 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/03/2008  22:33:48 If(ATM1) PPP fail : Peer terminate
07/03/2008  22:33:46 ATM1 start PPP           
07/03/2008  22:33:46 Dial On Demand(ATM1)     
07/03/2008  22:33:44 192.168.2.22 login success
07/03/2008  22:33:41 User from 192.168.2.22 timed out
07/03/2008  22:33:20 ADSL Media Up !          
07/03/2008  22:33:00 ATM1 stop PPP            
07/03/2008  22:32:59 ADSL Media Down !        
07/03/2008  22:22:51 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
07/03/2008  22:22:50 ATM1 get IP:118.92.188.64
07/03/2008  22:22:50 Username and Password: OK
07/03/2008  22:22:46 ATM1 start PPP           
07/03/2008  22:22:45 ADSL Media Up !          
07/03/2008  22:22:10 192.168.2.22 login success
07/03/2008  22:22:09 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !

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  Reply # 143457 6-Jul-2008 20:16
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What are the DSL connection stats, US Speed, DS speed, S/N Ratios and Attenuation?

When it connects, is it fast? Have you done a speedtest?

Is there any noise on your phone line (if you pick up a phone, is it clear or is there white noise?)

You don't have a monitored alarm?


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  Reply # 145150 8-Jul-2008 23:16
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hi,
i have this problem too.

At random intervals, at least three times daily, my internet connection drops out completely. When i log onto the modem (DLINK 502t) it looks as if it has been reset back to factory settings.

I have to reenter the username and the like and then reboot the modem and then it reconnects, until the next time. I have got in contact with IHUG numerous times and they do not have a clue as to what is happening, except to keep going through the wizard each time, which to be honest is ridiculous. to save time i have to keep a copy of the config  file that i keep reloading.

One thing i am unsure about is that the firmware has an AU suffix and the settings it resets to are the standard Australian defaults for the modem that i have (according to IHUG)...... I have tried updating the router to no avail as it keeps saying the firmware files are invalid, both oz and nz.

I just have to keep rebooting it myself and resetting things, IHUG tech support are a joke. It is a waste of my phone bill to be repeatedly told to reboot my pc, power off the modem, start the wizard yadda yadda yadda...

I am on IHUG plan 3 and my d/u is 3200/69.

Not sure if it is the same problem but VERY frustrating none the less....
 

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