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barryd

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#92888 8-Nov-2011 17:49
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Hi,
I have a Cisco 1841 installed in Christchurch in 2008; and using the following atm config. TNZ advised today that the service has product code HS-ADSL2-LM. It stopped working around September this year.

interface ATM0/1/0
 description *** ADSL Backup line
 no ip address
 no atm ilmi-keepalive
 dsl operating-mode auto
!
interface ATM0/1/0.1 point-to-point
 pvc 0/100
  encapsulation aal5mux ppp dialer
  dialer pool-member 1

If we unplug the RJ11 from the 1841 atm0/1/0 and plug it into a DLINK modem we can browse the internet etc etc. Phone calls also work.

TNZ has 'refreshed' the dslam. Cisco hardware has been replaced...no improvement.
With Debug atm events we see below //////.

Any suggestions.
Is the config okay to get the initial atm OPEN working?
Is it a dud splitter, physical pin out problem or ?? Layer 1 is DOWN/DOWN. 


Any ideas on this tricky one.


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ov  8 03:49:36.088 UTC: DSL: Send ADSL_OPEN command.
Nov  8 03:49:36.088 UTC: DSL(ATM0/1/0): Using subfunction 0x15
Nov  8 03:49:36.088 UTC: LOCAL:Max noise margin for power cutoff 31
Nov  8 03:49:36.088 UTC: DSL(ATM0/1/0): Sent command 0x3
Nov  8 03:49:37.076 UTC: DSL: Received response: 0x22
Nov  8 03:49:37.076 UTC: DSL: Open failed: Error in early non-CRC message or in first CRC-covered message -- retrying
Nov  8 03:49:37.076 UTC: DSL: Reading training log
Nov  8 03:49:37.076 UTC: DSL(ATM0/1/0): Sent command 0x16
Nov  8 03:49:39.579 UTC: DSL: Received 1 timer events during MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:49:42.079 UTC: DSL: Received 2 timer events during MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:49:44.579 UTC: DSL: Received 3 timer events during MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:49:47.079 UTC: DSL: No response for MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:49:47.079 UTC: DSL(ATM0/1/0): training log start address 0x786B6
Nov  8 03:49:47.079 UTC: DSL(ATM0/1/0): Sent command 0x16
Nov  8 03:49:49.579 UTC: DSL: Received 1 timer events during MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:49:52.078 UTC: DSL: Received 2 timer events during MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:49:54.578 UTC: DSL: Received 3 timer events during MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:49:57.078 UTC: DSL: No response for MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:49:57.078 UTC: DSL(ATM0/1/0): training log end address 0x880B6
Nov  8 03:50:32.675 UTC: sleep 5 seconds
Nov  8 03:50:37.675 UTC: DSL: Send ADSL_OPEN command.
Nov  8 03:50:37.675 UTC: DSL(ATM0/1/0): Using subfunction 0x15
Nov  8 03:50:37.675 UTC: LOCAL:Max noise margin for power cutoff 31
Nov  8 03:50:37.675 UTC: DSL(ATM0/1/0): Sent command 0x3
Nov  8 03:50:39.719 UTC: DSL: Received response: 0x22
Nov  8 03:50:39.719 UTC: DSL: Open failed: Error in early non-CRC message or in first CRC-covered message -- retrying
Nov  8 03:50:39.719 UTC: DSL: Reading training log
Nov  8 03:50:39.719 UTC: DSL(ATM0/1/0): Sent command 0x16
Nov  8 03:50:42.219 UTC: DSL: Received 1 timer events during MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:50:44.719 UTC: DSL: Received 2 timer events during MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:50:47.218 UTC: DSL: Received 3 timer events during MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:50:49.718 UTC: DSL: No response for MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:50:49.718 UTC: DSL(ATM0/1/0): training log start address 0x786B6
Nov  8 03:50:49.718 UTC: DSL(ATM0/1/0): Sent command 0x16
Nov  8 03:50:52.218 UTC: DSL: Received 1 timer events during MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:50:54.718 UTC: DSL: Received 2 timer events during MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:50:57.218 UTC: DSL: Received 3 timer events during MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:50:59.717 UTC: DSL: No response for MODEM_GET_ADDRESS
Nov  8 03:50:59.717 UTC: DSL(ATM0/1/0): training log end address 0x880B6
Nov  8 03:51:35.303 UTC: sleep 5 seconds
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Oldhat
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  #542899 9-Nov-2011 00:45
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What dlink router are you using and what are the connection rates?

You could try changing the config from dsl operating mode auto to g.dmt and see if that resolves the problem. If that works (and you have good connect rates) it could be worthwhile trying the auto setting and interleaving off.

barryd

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  #542902 9-Nov-2011 01:22
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Hi,
I'm working from a distance here, I can't tell you what sort of DLINK modem it was, but they did say it was pretty slow when looking at the internet. The phone line part works perfectly.

The Cisco only offers the following dsl op modes

xxxxxxxx(config-if)#dsl operating-mode ?
  ansi-dmt      ANSI full rate mode
  auto          auto detect mode
  itu-dmt       ITU full rate mode
  splitterless  G.lite mode

I can't plug/unplug the atm port or reset the dslam.....all of the above modes end up failing to OPEN, and I'm just trying shut/unshut of the port to try and restart training. I'm suspecting the splitter might be busted or its somehow not seeing rj11 pins 3,4 properly.,

I'll have some techs on site tomorrow I'm just curious how I can evaluate the link cabling, what can I do on the line to prove that the DSLAM can see it......can I put a hard loopback across pins 3,4????

How would I know if the splitter is buggered?


 
 
 
 


LennonNZ
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  #542903 9-Nov-2011 01:29
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You probably have older ADSL firmware on the router which may not be very compatible with Telecom's new DSLAMS.

What does

show dsl int atm 0/1/0
show version

show.


barryd

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  #542905 9-Nov-2011 01:46
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#sh dsl int atm 0/1/0
ATM0/1/0
Alcatel 20150 chipset information
Line has not yet been activated.  No information available.

#sh dsl int atm 0/1/0
ATM0/1/0
Alcatel 20150 chipset information
Line has not yet been activated.  No information available.

Log file of training sequence:
** HS DL notify state *** enter : -1431655766
Sachem device 0 succesfully initialized !
disable Receive Soc channel.
AME:HsDetector::stopDetection
** HS DL notify state *** enter : 0
Configure Downstream Channel
Configure Downstream Channel
fw version: 1.1.1
Installing initial TEQ coefficients
AFE:2dB boost
setMaskMain on interruptDispatcher
Nominal TX gain ...
AFE:2dB boost
Installing initial TEQ coefficients
 RMS line single = 411.059
PeerModemDetector: new gain = 1155 /100
PeerModemDetector: new gain = 1855 /100
Hs:doing power measurement on C-TONES
AME:HsDetector::startDetection
dyn threshold: -160.000
Hs:doing power measurement on C-TONES
AME:HsDetector::startDetection
dyn threshold: -160.000
Hs:doing power measurement on C-TONES
AME:HsDetector::startDetection
dyn threshold: -160.000
Hs:doing power measurement on C-TONES
AME:HsDetector::startDetection
dyn threshold: -160.000
Hs:doing power measurement on C-TONES
AME:HsDetector::startDetection
dyn threshold: -160.000
Hs:doing power measurement on C-TONES --More--






#sh ver
Cisco IOS Software, 1841 Software (C1841-ADVIPSERVICESK9-M), Version 12.4(3), RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc2)
Technical Support: http://www.cisco.com/techsupport
Copyright (c) 1986-2005 by Cisco Systems, Inc.
Compiled Fri 22-Jul-05 00:32 by hqluong

ROM: System Bootstrap, Version 12.3(8r)T8, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)

uptime is 1 week, 3 days, 16 hours, 6 minutes
System returned to ROM by power-on
System restarted at 20:39:36 UTC Fri Oct 28 2011
System image file is "flash:c1841-advipservicesk9-mz.124-3.bin"


This product contains cryptographic features and is subject to United
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agree to comply with applicable laws and regulations. If you are unable
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http://www.cisco.com/wwl/export/crypto/tool/stqrg.html

If you require further assistance please contact us by sending email to
export@cisco.com.

Cisco 1841 (revision 5.0) with 236544K/25600K bytes of memory.
Processor board ID FHK092410H5
2 FastEthernet interfaces
1 Serial(sync/async) interface
1 ATM interface
2 Virtual Private Network (VPN) Modules
DRAM configuration is 64 bits wide with parity disabled.
191K bytes of NVRAM.
62592K bytes of ATA CompactFlash (Read/Write)

Configuration register is 0x2102

LennonNZ
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  #542915 9-Nov-2011 07:07
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Seems to be missing something at the end on the 1st command

it should have something like

Init FW: embedded
Operation FW: embedded
SW Version: 3.8131
FW Version: 0x1A04

which shows the version of ADSL software thats it is using...

See: ftp.cisco.com/pub/access/800

you'll just need the bin file..

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