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RealityClash

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  #499773 30-Jul-2011 15:37
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As far as new neighbours go, there's none that I know of.
Heres what I see on the status page:

Firmware Version : 2.10.5.0(RUE0.C1)3.6.0.0
MAC Address : 00:13:33:10:7b:c0

IP Address : 192.168.1.2
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
DHCP Server : Enabled

Virtual Circuit : PVC0
Status : Not Connected
Connection Type : PPPoA
IP Address : 0.0.0.0
Subnet Mask : 0.0.0.0
Default Gateway : 0.0.0.0
DNS Server : 0.0.0.0
NAT : Enabled

ADSL Firmware Version : FwVer:3.6.0.0_A_TC3084 HwVer:T14.F7_3.0
Line State : Activation
Modulation : Multi-Mode
Annex Mode : ANNEX_A

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Downstream Upstream
SNR Margin : N/A N/A db
Line Attenuation : N/A N/A db
Data Rate : 0 0 kbps


And heres the system log:

1/1/2000 0:0:2> SNMP TRAP 3: link up
1/1/2000 0:0:2> Last errorlog repeat 1 Times
1/1/2000 0:0:2> No DNS server available
1/1/2000 0:0:2> adjTimeTask fail: wrong domain name
1/1/2000 0:0:2> No DNS server available
1/1/2000 0:0:2> Last errorlog repeat 10 Times
1/1/2000 0:0:2> adjTimeTask fail: no server available
1/1/2000 0:0:2> adjtime task pause 60 seconds
1/1/2000 0:1:2> No DNS server available
1/1/2000 0:1:2> adjTimeTask fail: wrong domain name
1/1/2000 0:1:2> No DNS server available
1/1/2000 0:1:2> Last errorlog repeat 10 Times
1/1/2000 0:1:2> adjTimeTask fail: no server available
1/1/2000 0:1:2> adjtime task pause 60 seconds
1/1/2000 0:2:2> No DNS server available
1/1/2000 0:2:2> adjTimeTask fail: wrong domain name
1/1/2000 0:2:2> No DNS server available
1/1/2000 0:2:2> Last errorlog repeat 10 Times
1/1/2000 0:2:2> adjTimeTask fail: no server available
1/1/2000 0:2:2> adjtime task pause 1 day
1/1/2000 1:9:4> netMakeChannDial: err=-3001 rn_p=804b2400
1/1/2000 1:48:55> Last errorlog repeat 915 Times
1/1/2000 1:51:45> No DNS server available
1/1/2000 1:51:45> adjTimeTask fail: wrong domain name
1/1/2000 1:51:45> No DNS server available
1/1/2000 1:51:45> Last errorlog repeat 10 Times
1/1/2000 1:51:45> adjTimeTask fail: no server available
1/1/2000 1:51:45> adjtime task pause 60 seconds
1/1/2000 1:52:45> No DNS server available
1/1/2000 1:52:45> adjTimeTask fail: wrong domain name
1/1/2000 1:52:45> No DNS server available
1/1/2000 1:52:45> Last errorlog repeat 10 Times
1/1/2000 1:52:45> adjTimeTask fail: no server available
1/1/2000 1:52:45> adjtime task pause 60 seconds
1/1/2000 1:53:39> netMakeChannDial: err=-3001 rn_p=804b2400
1/1/2000 1:53:45> Last errorlog repeat 2 Times
1/1/2000 1:53:45> No DNS server available
1/1/2000 1:53:45> adjTimeTask fail: wrong domain name
1/1/2000 1:53:45> No DNS server available
1/1/2000 1:53:45> Last errorlog repeat 10 Times
1/1/2000 1:53:45> adjTimeTask fail: no server available
1/1/2000 1:53:45> adjtime task pause 1 day
1/1/2000 1:53:45> netMakeChannDial: err=-3001 rn_p=804b2400
1/1/2000 1:58:20> Last errorlog repeat 141 Times
1/1/2000 1:59:17> netMakeChannDial: err=-3001 rn_p=804b2400
1/1/2000 2:6:56> Last errorlog repeat 22 Times
1/1/2000 2:9:34> netMakeChannDial: err=-3001 rn_p=804b2400
1/1/2000 2:15:5> Last errorlog repeat 23 Times

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  #499777 30-Jul-2011 15:43
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RealityClash: As far as new neighbours go, there's none that I know of.
Heres what I see on the status page: 

Virtual Circuit : PVC0
Status : Not Connected
Connection Type : PPPoA 


your ADSL line is not even connecting.

   
1/1/2000 1:53:45> netMakeChannDial: err=-3001 rn_p=804b2400
1/1/2000 1:58:20> Last errorlog repeat 141 Times
1/1/2000 1:59:17> netMakeChannDial: err=-3001 rn_p=804b2400
1/1/2000 2:6:56> Last errorlog repeat 22 Times
1/1/2000 2:9:34> netMakeChannDial: err=-3001 rn_p=804b2400
1/1/2000 2:15:5> Last errorlog repeat 23 Times


but its trying to connect.

if you've plugged your router in to the wall correctly, then there is either a dead router, or a problem line.


try unplugging all your other phones and make sure you dont connect the router via an adsl filter (plug it straight in) and try again


if you have a master splitter installed, make sure you plug in to the *correct* ADSL jack- with a master splitter, you dont use the individual adsl splitters on phones and you only have one dedicated adsl jack       
   




 
 
 
 


RealityClash

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  #499778 30-Jul-2011 15:46
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freitasm: The PC connects to the router fine it seems. After all is getting an IP address. The router is not connecting to the Internet though.

RealityClash: I've setup the modem again and here's the results: 


Are you sure you selected the correct options during the setup? Is the modem syncing? Can you post the stats please?

 


As far as I remember I setup the modem using the same options as when we first bought it. I used the manual to set it up again so I think I got it right.


Heres the stats from the ADSL table under the 'status' tab, hopefully this is what you were meaning:
Transmit Statistics 
Receive Statistics    Transmit total PDUs
0   Receive total PDUs
0   Transmit total Error Counts
0   Receive total Error Counts
0


 

RealityClash

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  #499781 30-Jul-2011 15:54
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Regs: if you've plugged your router in to the wall correctly, then there is either a dead router, or a problem line.


try unplugging all your other phones and make sure you dont connect the router via an adsl filter (plug it straight in) and try again


if you have a master splitter installed, make sure you plug in to the *correct* ADSL jack- with a master splitter, you dont use the individual adsl splitters on phones and you only have one dedicated adsl jack       
   



I have tried disconnecting the only phone that is ever connected (which has an adsl filter on it) and sadly that did not help. The modem has always been connected to the same wall socket and doesnt use a filter. I dont believe we have a splitter as we've always had to use filters

RealityClash

192 posts

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  #499855 30-Jul-2011 19:02
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We ended up buying a new modem this afternoon and everything's working great now.
Thanks for all your help guys :)

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