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Topic # 59392 4-Apr-2010 19:36
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Any idea why my internet connection drops once or twice a day? Setting to be always on, but how do I make it retry? Also got Linksys Ata connected
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2010/04/04 19:30:44
daemon
notice
pppd[272]: PPP Connection Up


2010/04/04 19:30:41
daemon
notice
pppd[272]: PPP Authentication Successful


2010/04/04 19:30:41
daemon
notice
pppd[272]: PPP LCP Up


2010/04/04 19:30:40
daemon
notice
pppd[272]: PPP LCP Up


2010/04/04 19:30:38
daemon
notice
pppd[272]: PPP: Start to connect ...


2010/04/04 19:30:19
daemon
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pppd[272]: PPP Authentication Failed


2010/04/04 19:30:19
daemon
notice
pppd[272]: PPP LCP Up


2010/04/04 19:30:18
daemon
notice
pppd[272]: PPP LCP Up


2010/04/04 19:30:16
daemon
notice
pppd[272]: PPP: Start to connect ...


2010/04/04 19:30:10
user
crit
kernel: ADSL link up, interleaved, us=1021, ds=15146


2010/04/04 19:30:09
user
crit
kernel: ADSL G.992 message exchange


2010/04/04 19:30:03
user
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kernel: ADSL G.992 channel analysis


2010/04/04 19:29:59
user
crit
kernel: ADSL G.992 started


2010/04/04 19:29:51
user
crit
kernel: ADSL G.994 training


2010/04/04 19:29:50
user
crit
kernel: ADSL link down


2010/04/04 19:29:49
user
crit
kernel: ADSL G.992 message exchange


2010/04/04 19:29:43
user
crit
kernel: ADSL G.992 channel analysis


2010/04/04 19:29:38
user
crit
kernel: ADSL G.992 started


2010/04/04 19:29:31
user
crit
kernel: ADSL G.994 training


2010/04/04 19:29:26
daemon
warn
pppd[272]: PPP Connection Down


2010/04/04 19:29:21
user
warn
kernel: Restoring OEM data from 0xA07FBB64


2010/04/04 19:29:21
user
warn
kernel: AdslCoreHwReset: AdslOemDataAddr = 0xA07FBB64


2010/04/04 19:29:20
user
warn
kernel: pSdramPHY=0xA07FFFF8, 0x1B798E 0xDEADBEEF


2010/04/04 19:29:20
user
warn
kernel: Saving OEM data from 0xA07FBB64


2010/04/04 19:29:20
user
crit
kernel: ADSL link down



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  Reply # 314787 4-Apr-2010 19:55
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Check with Slingshot how many GB you're doing a day. I've found that every 1-1.5 GB it disconnects and reconnects on Orcon for me.




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  Reply # 314805 4-Apr-2010 21:21
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Slingshot dont as I would be seeing multiple disconnects if that was the case. - goes 100s of hours without a PPP drop.

I would be looking at the router as the culprit based on past experiance with dynalinks on both telecom and orcon ports being somewhat less than optimal as far as being up all the time.




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  Reply # 330213 14-May-2010 19:32
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fyi - it was the modem . A few years old, replaced with an Rta1025W, no issues for 4 days now. zero drops, way to go. Slingshot tech explained that modem was getting overloaded

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  Reply # 330298 15-May-2010 08:27
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The dynalinks are good modems, except for heat issues which finally kill them in a manner you were seeing.

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  Reply # 330656 16-May-2010 16:51
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Yes that's the 1-2 year Dynalink 1320 heat death.

Hopefully the new 1320E version has better case design but remains to be seen if it's better.

The TP Link TD8840 uses almost exactly the same hardware (broadcom chipsets) inside and doesn't appear to have the same bad reputation as the old 1320's as far as I can tell.

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