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Yet Another Westell 7500 Problem

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dslr595148
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Re: Yet Another Westell 7500 Problem

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@whowhawhere wrote:

 

DSL Speed: 862 / 158

Margin: 35.3 / 43.0

Line Attenuation: 24.0 / 13.5

Transmit Power: 0.0 / 12.9


 

 

Here is what most of all that stuff means..

Margin (dB) - Signal to noise margin. 6 is pretty bad possibly unusable at times, 20 is very good. You normally want 12dB or better IIRC from back in my DSL days. The higher the number, the better to a point.

Line Attenuation - Measure the amount the signal has degraded. Below 20dB is excellent, above 50 is poor, fill in the dots for anything in between.

Transmit Power - The higher the number, the more power is required to transmit. This number will vary based on the other numbers.

 

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Hmm..

 

What DNS Servers are you using on your computer?

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No idea. Where do I find that out?

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Ok, this is getting ridiculous. Not only was my connection droping every 15 seconds last night, but now my connection is constantly dropping during the day. I am getting no more than 2 or 3 minutes worth of connectivity before it drops. Rebooting does nothing.

 

Dial-up was more reliable than this.

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For example if on Windows XP.

 

#1 Go to Start -> Run.

 

#2 Type in cmd and press enter.

 

#3 In the new window, called the command prompt, type in ipconfig /all and press enter.

 

 

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