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Master Geek


Topic # 67185 29-Aug-2010 21:15
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Hello

Got a small problem here ever since i changed over to Pro plan i been getting these messages in my modem

Jan 1 12:20:15> DSL out of sync
Jan 1 12:20:15> DSL in Sync
Jan 1 12:20:15> DSL out of sync
Jan 1 12:20:15> DSL in Sync

Now that is just recent as i haven't updated the Date / Time

While no one is using the internet those messages don't show up, But if i jump into a gaming sever or if someone is downloading something quite big lets say 50 Meg's i get those messages.

Its been effecting my gaming pretty much i get random ping spikes or slight reconnecting messages quite annoying really.

Now its nothing to do with Wiring as i have replaced it all 2 months ago. There is a master splitter installed / Tried it with 2 Modems i get same message.

i tried it with one PC connected  and no phones plug in  ( Just to see by chance if it was CPE ) Still get those. Connection Rate is Fine.

Out of idea's maybe a faulty port ??


  

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Master Geek


  Reply # 376383 3-Sep-2010 21:02
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Well seems it was fixed had to change the port as the sever was dropping my PPP connection on and off 84+ Times a day.

So my DSL connection was connected all the time. but my PPP would drop off randomly sometimes never for four hours but could do it every 1 minute for three hours or so.

Now i still get Lagging issues anyone know why i getting these random ping spikes ??

 

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