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# 81277 11-Apr-2011 00:03
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So far tonight, since about 10.30, my line has started to play up. It keeps dropping out for a few seconds, every 5-30 seconds. Did some ping tests, they would occasionaly time out, then carry on as normal. I suspected it might of been my modem so i did some pings to that also, but they turned out fine. So as far as i can tell, something is wrong with my net.


Note: I get the same results from all sites i have tested 

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  # 457343 11-Apr-2011 06:18
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What are your modem stats?

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  # 457655 11-Apr-2011 22:23
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Have you got interleaving on or off?
I would imagine if its line noise, the whole connection would drop for a minute or more while the DSL resyncs




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  # 459237 15-Apr-2011 18:58
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If noise is not too bad it may not resync every time, does the modem datarate slow down at all? Do the stats list any CRC or other errors?




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