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# 40509 30-Aug-2009 14:31
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Hi,

My old DSL-302G gives me "WARNING : ATM VC Congested : Interface - aal5-0, PortId=7, Vpi=0, Vci=100" on every 30 seconds.

What does it mean, could this mean there is room for improve my DSL connection?

BTW, is there any actual performance difference in STv536 v6 / DSL-302G / DSL-502T in terms of DSL connectivity? (I got separate wireless router designed for longer coverage, so I don't need any "Routing" feature on the modem side) I'm using GoLarge and connected around 6~7mbps (downstream, not actual speed unfortunately) / 160kbps (upstream).

Cheers

Shin


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  # 251834 30-Aug-2009 23:39
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It means that your modem cannot support the number of connections you're trying to make. You're probably using bit-torrent.

a quick google for that same error message brought up 165 matches...



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  # 251857 31-Aug-2009 07:45
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insane: It means that your modem cannot support the number of connections you're trying to make. You're probably using bit-torrent.

a quick google for that same error message brought up 165 matches...


I see.. that's why the Google page even not opens up during the download! heh :)

Thank you :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 251900 31-Aug-2009 10:22
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Your torrents will probably be saturating your upload bandwidth too making web pages respond very poorly.

If you are using utorrent set a lower limit on the number of connections and the upload speed in the options, the defaults are normally too aggressive.

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