Constantly Losing internet
ATM Cell Header Errors: 31074 31074 10 0:00:42
ATM Loss of Cell Delineation: 30953 30953 8 0:00:42
DSL Link Retrains: 4 4 0 0:04:34
DSL Training Errors: 0 0 0 0:00:00
DSL Training Timeouts: 0 0 0 0:00:00
DSL Loss of Framing Failures: 0 0 0 0:00:00
DSL Loss of Signal Failures: 0 0 0 0:00:00
DSL Loss of Power Failures: 0 0 0 0:00:00
DSL Loss of Margin Failures: 329 329 0 0:06:19
DSL Cumulative Errored Seconds: 683 683 1 0:00:42
DSL Severely Errored Seconds: 543 543 0 0:04:34
DSL Corrected Blocks: 0 0 0 0:00:00
DSL Uncorrected Blocks: 32200 32200 11 0:00:42
ISP Connection Establishment: 5 5 5 1:56:50
Could someone that DOESN'T work for att able to help with this piece of shit? I lose connection every 10-50 mins and its beginning to seriously piss me off. Att only ever sends you a generic response basically saying "it could be anything BUT us." I get connection regularly 50% of the time.. Sometimes no problem for days.. Then its really bad for days..
actions · 2012-Jul-28 11:22 am · (locked)
That's from a 2Wire, right? Have you tried a non-2Wire modem? Perhaps a borrowed one?
If that doesn't work, some other stats from the modem would be useful. to narrow down the problem: attenuation, noise margin, bit load graphs, etc.
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actions · 2012-Jul-28 1:08 pm · (locked)
San Mateo, CA
|reply to fuckatt |
I had similar problems with various flavors of AT&T DSL modems and gateways over the years.
With the older gear, namely three different SpeedStream modems, the issue was solved by replacing the modem every 12 to 18 months. The modems all ran hot and apparently burned up eventually.
With the more recent 2Wire 2701HG, the issue has actually been a need to replace the power supply each year, not the router itself. The capacitors degrade over time. Soon enough, the router is receiving enough voltage but not enough watts of power. If you have multiple Ethernet cables plugged into a 2701HG, one way to troubleshoot is to unplug all of the computers / printers except for one.
Alternately, roll the dice and buy a replacement power supply from AT&T for $10.
actions · 2012-Aug-15 6:33 pm · (locked)
Granite City, IL
|reply to fuckatt |
I wouldn't mind seeing what the sync rate looks like on the modem.
actions · 2012-Aug-15 10:43 pm · (locked)
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