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# 29333 3-Jan-2009 17:17
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I have an orcon+ ADSL2 service using a homehub and Apple Xtreme.  Over the past months I have noticed how frequently the connection drops.  Two weeks ago it seemed that the connection was dropping every 5 minutes. Despite numerous calls to Orcon, port resets, firmware upgrade (I think) and a hard reset the problem has not improved.  I am not a techie so find it difficult to challenge what they tell me.  I have copied the log from the homehub:

Jan 3 14:30:35 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 14:30:35 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering add NAT rule: 121.98.128.51 Jan 3 14:36:03 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 14:36:04 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 14:36:04 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 14:36:04 War <EVENT> scm: 029-00-00 scm::TR69Component--Got IP status, interface is inactive Jan 3 14:36:04 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 14:36:09 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 14:36:09 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: Line error(15) Jan 3 14:36:09 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: various error, keep on trying in [60000 msec]. Jan Jan 3 14:37:14 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 14:37:14 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 14:37:14 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 14:37:14 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering add NAT rule: 121.98.128.51 Jan 3 15:54:09 War <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 WebGUI::prepareDataForPageLoad Apply Rollback on existing scm session: Jan 3 16:06:14 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 16:06:14 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:06:14 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:06:14 War <EVENT> scm: 029-00-00 scm::TR69Component--Got IP status, interface is inactive Jan 3 16:06:14 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 16:06:20 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 16:06:20 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: Line error(15) Jan 3 16:06:20 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: various error, keep on trying in [60000 msec]. Jan Jan 3 16:07:25 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:07:25 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:07:25 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 16:07:25 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering add NAT rule: 121.98.128.51 Jan 3 16:18:23 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 16:18:23 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:18:23 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:18:23 War <EVENT> scm: 029-00-00 scm::TR69Component--Got IP status, interface is inactive Jan 3 16:18:23 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 16:18:29 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 16:18:29 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: Line error(15) Jan 3 16:18:29 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: various error, keep on trying in [60000 msec]. Jan Jan 3 16:19:34 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:19:34 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:19:34 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 16:19:34 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering add NAT rule: 121.98.128.51 Jan 3 16:24:09 War <EVENT> kernel: wsc oui=dd, 6, 0,50,43, 1 Jan 3 16:28:32 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 16:28:33 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:28:33 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:28:33 War <EVENT> scm: 029-00-00 scm::TR69Component--Got IP status, interface is inactive Jan 3 16:28:33 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 16:28:38 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 16:28:38 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: Line error(15) Jan 3 16:28:38 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: various error, keep on trying in [60000 msec]. Jan Jan 3 16:29:41 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:29:41 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:29:41 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 16:29:41 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering add NAT rule: 121.98.128.51 Jan 3 16:35:09 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 16:35:10 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:35:10 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:35:10 War <EVENT> scm: 029-00-00 scm::TR69Component--Got IP status, interface is inactive Jan 3 16:35:10 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 16:35:15 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 16:35:15 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: Line error(15) Jan 3 16:35:15 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: various error, keep on trying in [60000 msec]. Jan Jan 3 16:36:20 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:36:20 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:36:20 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 16:36:20 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering add NAT rule: 121.98.128.51 Jan 3 16:46:19 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 16:46:19 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:46:19 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:46:19 War <EVENT> scm: 029-00-00 scm::TR69Component--Got IP status, interface is inactive Jan 3 16:46:19 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 16:46:25 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 16:46:25 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: Line error(15) Jan 3 16:46:25 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: various error, keep on trying in [60000 msec]. Jan Jan 3 16:47:30 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:47:30 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:47:30 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 16:47:30 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering add NAT rule: 121.98.128.51 Jan 3 16:53:58 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 16:53:58 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:53:58 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:53:58 War <EVENT> scm: 029-00-00 scm::TR69Component--Got IP status, interface is inactive Jan 3 16:53:58 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 16:54:04 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 16:54:04 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: Line error(15) Jan 3 16:54:04 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: various error, keep on trying in [60000 msec]. Jan Jan 3 16:55:09 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:55:09 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 16:55:09 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 16:55:09 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering add NAT rule: 121.98.128.51 Jan 3 17:04:37 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 17:04:38 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 17:04:38 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 17:04:38 War <EVENT> scm: 029-00-00 scm::TR69Component--Got IP status, interface is inactive Jan 3 17:04:38 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 17:04:43 Err <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: EV_COMM_RX_DATA error code NONE Jan 3 17:04:43 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: Line error(15) Jan 3 17:04:43 War <EVENT> scm: 049-00-00 PPP:: various error, keep on trying in [60000 msec]. Jan 3 17:05:32 War <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 WebGUI::prepareDataForPageLoad Apply Rollback on existing scm session: Jan 3 17:05:39 War <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 WebGUI::prepareDataForPageLoad Apply Rollback on existing scm session: Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: n, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: o, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: system_time, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: date_format, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: time_format, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: firmware_version, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: multiple_cs, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: connection_type, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: lan_ip_address, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: dhcp_server, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: number_of_static_clients, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: power_state, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: usb, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: wlan_enable, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: wlan_clients, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: wlan_ssid, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: enable_hw_pbc, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: current_connection_device, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: current_connection_type, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: current_connection, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan 3 17:05:40 Err <EVENT> scm: 995-00-00 GetCfgParamById() PrepareData has failed for FormInputId: country, PrepareDataState:0 : Jan Jan 3 17:05:46 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 17:05:46 Err <EVENT> scm: 077-00-00 Commit failed: iptFix sent back commit_failed Jan 3 17:05:46 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering received EV_NET_IPSTATUS Jan 3 17:05:46 Err <EVENT> scm: 086-00-00 PortTriggering add NAT rule: 121.98.128.51


I am downloading alot (about 50gb per month) and use a download manager (Speed Download V5)
Would be grateful if someone help me understand what the log is reporting.
Thanks
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  # 187234 3-Jan-2009 20:59
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BazNZ: Hi Guys,
I too have been having trouble with constant
dis-connections in the past few days (never happens normally). I am
also using the Orcon Home Hub which I have now discovered is the
problem. O.K it has been warm here in the past 2-3 days but nothing
extraordinary. I have concluded the Orcon Home Hub is badly designed.
The air vents are underneath the box!Surprised
What happens when warm air gets sucked into these vents?...it heats up
in the home hub box and we all know what happens when air gets hot...it
rises! HELLO ! no escape for the hot air ? The Orcon Home Hub was very
very warm to touch so to prove my finding's I plugged in my well
designed Dynalink RTA 1335 4 port modem/router (with air vents
underneath(entry) and air vents on the top(exit) of the box. I have not
had one dis-connection since ! So Orcon will be receiving there Home
Hub back in the next few days. I guess I should tell them of my
findings ?


I've been having the same problem with Orcon's Home Hub the past 5 days. Read More Here....

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=82&TopicId=28234

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  # 187256 3-Jan-2009 22:24
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I guess this is the same system as the other thread...
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=82&TopicId=29290

So maybe the same cause to both problems?
E.g. Interference / Crosstalk - possibly from the DSLAM in Chorus cabinet 500m up the road.

 
 
 
 


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  # 187472 5-Jan-2009 12:06
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Thanks Alexx...I have been following that last thread with much interest. Chorus completed a Cabinet less than 300m from my place in September. I was getting outstanding speeds and next to no latency gaming offshore. Since then it has degraded to frustration point. I'm on Orcon's Purple ADSL MAX/MAX plan which I guess is the copper Telecom Wholesale Network. I live in Hamilton so therefor I can't receive ADSL2+ from Orcon. The cabinet up the road I believe is Te Rapa TRV/N Pukete which according to the Chrous website says  Planned Migration Date FEB 09 - Cabinet Migrate d? NO - Copper Feeder? YES...whatever this all means? Now my question is...What ISP is going to give me the best service for gaming on International Server's with lowest amount of Latency? I will move tommorrow. Wether now or in the up-coming months... What provider will give me the best service? Looking like..dare I say it...TELECOM !

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  # 187537 5-Jan-2009 14:59
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BazNZ: Thanks Alexx...I have been following that last thread with much interest. Chorus completed a Cabinet less than 300m from my place in September. I was getting outstanding speeds and next to no latency gaming offshore. Since then it has degraded to frustration point. I'm on Orcon's Purple ADSL MAX/MAX plan which I guess is the copper Telecom Wholesale Network. I live in Hamilton so therefor I can't receive ADSL2+ from Orcon. The cabinet up the road I believe is Te Rapa TRV/N Pukete which according to the Chrous website says  Planned Migration Date FEB 09 - Cabinet Migrate d? NO - Copper Feeder? YES...whatever this all means? Now my question is...What ISP is going to give me the best service for gaming on International Server's with lowest amount of Latency? I will move tommorrow. Wether now or in the up-coming months... What provider will give me the best service? Looking like..dare I say it...TELECOM !

Looks like your cabinet should have gone live on 1 Jan - see http://www.chorus.co.nz/cabinet-notices  Noticed any changes?




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  # 187561 5-Jan-2009 16:05
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w2krules:
BazNZ: Thanks Alexx...I have been following that last thread with much interest. Chorus completed a Cabinet less than 300m from my place in September. I was getting outstanding speeds and next to no latency gaming offshore. Since then it has degraded to frustration point. I'm on Orcon's Purple ADSL MAX/MAX plan which I guess is the copper Telecom Wholesale Network. I live in Hamilton so therefor I can't receive ADSL2+ from Orcon. The cabinet up the road I believe is Te Rapa TRV/N Pukete which according to the Chrous website says Planned Migration Date FEB 09 - Cabinet Migrate d? NO - Copper Feeder? YES...whatever this all means? Now my question is...What ISP is going to give me the best service for gaming on International Server's with lowest amount of Latency? I will move tommorrow. Wether now or in the up-coming months... What provider will give me the best service? Looking like..dare I say it...TELECOM !

Looks like your cabinet should have gone live on 1 Jan - see http://www.chorus.co.nz/cabinet-notices Noticed any changes?


TRV/N Live? REALLY? Where do you find this info? I haven't noticed any changes except constant disconnections from my Orcon Home Hub which started on December 29th and have put down to heat due to the home Hub's bad design. Since I plugged back in my Dynalink RTA 1335 I've had no disconnections at all. Apart from that no speed increase's same old packet loss and latency gaming?

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  # 187594 5-Jan-2009 17:12
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BazNZ:
TRV/N Live? REALLY? Where do you find this info? I haven't noticed any changes except constant disconnections from my Orcon Home Hub which started on December 29th and have put down to heat due to the home Hub's bad design. Since I plugged back in my Dynalink RTA 1335 I've had no disconnections at all. Apart from that no speed increase's same old packet loss and latency gaming?


http://www.chorus.co.nz/cabinet-notices

Open the latest Cabinetisation Notice and Cabinetisation Forecast spreadsheet - at this time: Nov 2008 Cabinetisation Notice and Cabinetisation Forecast (updated Dec 08) and search for Te Rapa. You should find what you are looking for in row 2201.

TRV Te Rapa TRV/N [2] 1/01/2009 1/01/2009 Binding 323 Hamilton City PUKETE
Loop shortening plus ADSL2+



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