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Topic # 152036 13-Sep-2014 20:31
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Today I was re punching down my DSL keystone, but when I reconnected it, it said there was no signal. I punched it down again and still, no signal. I'm about to try a different router to see if it works then. Any ideas?

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  Reply # 1128064 13-Sep-2014 20:38
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Presumably was fine before you redid the cabling? First thought of course is cabling issue then...




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  Reply # 1128065 13-Sep-2014 20:42
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Inphinity: Presumably was fine before you redid the cabling? First thought of course is cabling issue then...


This.

unless there is a key bit of information you have missed out, i suspect you got the pairs mixed up or something when punching down.


try again? or you can have TimA come to the rescue ;)




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  Reply # 1128066 13-Sep-2014 20:49
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Inphinity: Presumably was fine before you redid the cabling? First thought of course is cabling issue then...


This.

unless there is a key bit of information you have missed out, i suspect you got the pairs mixed up or something when punching down.


try again? or you can have TimA come to the rescue ;)


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  Reply # 1128080 13-Sep-2014 21:30
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K it works now. Must have been some crappy scotchlok or cable. Also, could someone from orcon send me the orcon firmware for the nf4v?
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  Reply # 1128101 13-Sep-2014 22:33
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dcole13: K it works now. Must have been some crappy scotchlok or cable. Also, could someone from orcon send me the orcon firmware for the nf4v?
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dcole13: K it works now. Must have been some crappy scotchlok or cable. Also, could someone from orcon send me the orcon firmware for the nf4v?
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Do a factory reset, if later firmware is available it will auto update.

If your cabling issue wasnt isolated and fixed, likely it will return.




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