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Topic # 24176 17-Jul-2008 09:18
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Hi
I have just moved to fusion/torrent plan which is all good except since going to fusion I am getting disconnected part way through the night (Off Peak) & I have to reboot to connect up again.
When I wasn't on fusion I didn't have this problem.
Any ideas?

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  Reply # 148828 17-Jul-2008 12:32
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Ya first port of call is the help-desk if you have not yet done this. I have noticed some connections drop out a bit more frequent after moving to Fusion. This may be to do with moving from a FS/128 to FS/FS connection. The full rate plan maybe a bit noisier, so if it was already a bit on the marginal side, this may tip the scale that little bit more.





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  Reply # 149584 20-Jul-2008 09:22
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For the past few days, I've been experiencing exactly the same thing.
When I get up in the morning, the adsl router says it has DSL and PPP okay, but my PC can't get to the internet at all.
After a router reboot , everything is okay again..... until the next night.

Did you ever get any resolution for this?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 149591 20-Jul-2008 10:20
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I called wxc & found that my router wasn't disconnecting but it was my wireless link, I increased the dhcp lease time and it is all good now.

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