I came back from holiday to find my internet no longer works, the router etc having been unplugged when I went away. The wireless networking is fine but the DSL light just flashes indicating that it's searching for a connection. I went through their online troubleshooting guide, including a factory reset of the modem. (an NF4V, about 6 monthes old) Called tech support, they put it through to chorus and apparently they found a fault somewhere outside the house, but things still aren't connecting.
Is there any way that I can check that the settings on the modem are correct before getting people in to check the line? It will cost $230 for chorus to visit and every other electrician in south Auckland seems to be living it up in Fiji at the moment, I'm worried that it won't be a fault in the line but just some ISP username password that isn't entered into the modem or some such.
here in the basic settings, there's no login and password saved, should there be login info here?:
here's the status screen, anything amiss here?
Thanks for your time, anything that helps me to eliminate possible causes will be very helpful, and possibly save me quite a bit of cash. :)