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Re: [DSL] Cellpipe random reboots / loss of sync (Check logs ple
Just got this on one modem:
2011-11-16W19:35:04 WLAN info Wireless is disabled
2011-11-16W19:35:05 HPNA info HPNA device is ready to be loaded with fw
2011-11-16W19:35:12 HPNA info Set HPNA device's mac address
2011-11-16W19:35:12 HPNA info Activate loaded fw image
2011-11-16W19:35:17 GUI info this firmware is version v220.127.116.11R3WH
2011-11-16W19:35:17 UPnP info UPnP IGD started
2011-11-16W19:35:18 UPnP info Known Connection Type(PPP type)! Use file: xml/igdPPPDesc.xml...
2011-11-16W19:35:26 Ethernet info Link 1 Up - 100Base-TX Full Duplex
2011-11-16W19:36:21 VDSL notice Detect VDSL Link UP...
The other gave me almost the same thing at about 14:00 today (I know because I get it to log remotely to a linux box so that I can have a useful timestamp on it.
2011-11-16W01:05:05 HPNA info HPNA device is ready to be loaded with fw
2011-11-16W01:05:12 HPNA info Set HPNA device's mac address
2011-11-16W01:05:12 HPNA info Activate loaded fw image
2011-11-16W01:05:17 GUI info this firmware is version v18.104.22.168R3WH
2011-11-16W01:05:18 UPnP info UPnP IGD started
2011-11-16W01:05:19 UPnP info Known Connection Type(PPP type)! Use file: xml/igdPPPDesc.xml...
2011-11-16W01:05:26 Ethernet info Link 1 Up - 100Base-TX Full Duplex
2011-11-16W01:06:21 VDSL notice Detect VDSL Link UP...
Sure looks like a reboot to me. Didn't make it to the modem until after it was done so I don't know what the lights were doing... Can Bell remotely reboot these things? Why would they both do this within a couple hours of each other?
Other times I just see the VDSL link Down followed by VDSL link Up notices but without the other stuff (which I'm guessing is a typical loss of sync event as opposed to a reboot).
Oh and why are the logs not identical (both have wireless disabled and other than one being on 192.168.2.254 and the other being on 192.168.3.254 they are setup exactly the same (bridge mode).