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Re: Modem keeps disconnecting and needs rebooting every...
Yes, this can be a problem with the modem that you have first thing that you need to do here is to reset the modem and reconfigure it back, but if after that still have the same problem better contact your ISP and ask them if everything is working from their end...
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Does it feel hot to the touch? Is it dusty? Do you have it sitting where it can get air circulation around it? If it is getting air and isn't dusty the unit might be getting glitchy. They can do that before they go out sometimes. It may need to be replaced. However you may also have a problem with the connection itself on the other end (the provider's end). If you don't have a static ip address most ISP's will assign a different ip address if/when the modem is rebooted sometimes, but they can also keep the same ip address for a long time dispite rebooting. (when you unplug and start it again it is rebooting). You might want to check with your provider and see if they can change it to see if that helps. Sometimes it's their end that is glitchy...
If the light turns red then it says, there is a lot of noise on your telephone (dsl) line.. If there is a lot of noise, then the dsl will lose the connection and it will try to establish a connection again...
at this point you will lose your internet connectivity...
So i advice you to contact your ISP and ask them to change the telephone line from the junction box... or ask them to check the amount of Noise in your DSL line...
Signal to Noise ratio (SNR) value on your DSL modem should be more than 40db for greater connectivity... If it goes below 30db, you will face frequent disconnection and very slow internet...
First thing to do is unplug your DSL modem and leave it unplugged for about a minute then plug it back in and see if problem is corrected. If not you should contact your ISP tech support. You could have a bad line from the phone company or bad connection in your house. Also if you have filters installed on your other phones you can have a bad filter that is causing interference and keeping yoiur DSL from working properly. You should go to "Start" > "Run" and type cmd and hit "Enter"
In the command window type ping google.com -t (Enter) This will start a continual ping. If you are getting ping times exceeding 70 - 120 ms that could be a sign your DSL is not functioning properly or if you get packet loss. That is when the ping time doesn't return a time periodically.
hi der... usually this kinda issue most of the time lies with the service provider.. but also to play safe...if can u may try to get another modem to test the connection. well internet light turns red . possible reason : DSL keeps disconnecting - Frequent intermittent causes ur user id and password to be erased and therefore u need to reboot or may need to configure back 2nd : u may sometimes face night dc , if tats the case its the ISP circuit problem.. ask them to come and change the circuit which gives u intrnet access. 3rd : ur modem unable to save ur configuration ... therefore ur modem mite be at fault or u can contact the respective modem vendor to check if ur modem is at fault before calling ur isp .. this mite help u pal...
turn off the power and turn it on. how long its happening.go to command prompt . type the cmd ipconfig u ll get the default gateway open the internet explorer and type the default gateway u ll get the d link page and check if the router is connected to the ur isp, if not click on connect, if its asking for user name contact ur isp to get connected to ur isp. if its happening frequently need to b reported to the isp as it might be isp issue
The 2100 modem is a bridge modem only, it doesn't do either NAT or PPPoE. Don't worry what that means, just that it's good news. It is already a dumb plain pass-through, so you won't have to dumb it down so that it won't conflict with the router's functions. I am also going to make a wild guess here that you are in a part of the Verizon network that was GTE before it was bought by Verizon, and are not using PPPoE, but rather DHCP. If you were in an area that was BellAtlantic before Verizon that means you are on PPPoE and you have had your Verizon DSL for 3 or 4 years or longer (about then they started using the 2200 modem for PPPoE customers).
Configure your Windows XP PPPoE client as follows:
1) Go to Start >Control Panel >Network and Internet Connections.
2) Select Network Connections under the Pick a Control Panel icon.
3) Click Create a new connection under Network tasks.
4) Enter your area code in the location information (if asked), and click OK twice.
5) Click Next when the "Welcome to the new connection wizard" window displays.
6) Select Connect to the Internet and click Next.
7) Select Set up my connection manually and click Next.
8) Select Connect using a broadband connection that requires a user name and password and click Next.
9) Type "DSL Modem? ( you can use your ISP Name here) for the ISP name, and click Next.
10) Enter your BellSouth username followed by "@ISP NAME (if required by your ISP)" and password. Confirm your password, and click Next.
11) Click Add shortcut to this connection to my desktop and the DSL Modem icon will be added to your desktop. Click Finish.
12) Click the DSL Modem icon to begin surfing.
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First, you might want to check with Plusnet the login information and the type of the authentication they have. Secondly, setup your router, login to your router using a web browser. Type 10.1.1.1 in the address bar and press enter key.Login using the default setting username 'admin' and password 'admin'.
Click on Home tab and then on WAN on the left side of the screen.Select PPPoE/PPPoA option.Under Connection Type select 'PPPoE LLC' in the drop-down menu.Enter username and your password.Please check with your provider if not sure again. If you have connection with static IP address, you do not have to specify the IP settings on the router: the router will be getting the same IP from your ISP every time it connects.Click on Apply. To save the settings into the router's memory go to Tools > [System] > Save and Reboot.Give the router a minute or two to reboot and reconnect.
Lastly, Restart your computer and you should be able to access the Internet.You do not have to run any login client on any of your computers because your router logs to your ISP automatically.
or check this URL; ftp://files.dlink.com.au/products/DSL-502T-GenII/Manuals/DSL-502T_GenII_Manual.pdf
the modem may have gone faulty so if your isp provided it ask them to replace it if the modem is in warranty period and if your isp provides internet connection through the phone line then first please try plugging the modem on main socket in with an adsl filter plugged in and if this is not the case then problem is definately the line through which the broadband signal come to your place which is suppose to be sorted out by your isp.
Connect your wireless modem router
Sign on to AOL.
Download the AOL Easy Installer for Thomson 576 Wireless Modem Router.
When prompted to save the file to a location select an appropriate place (desktop is a good example).
Once the AOL Easy Installer is downloaded, double click the file: ST_V1.exe
This will launch the modem router installer and show the "Welcome" screen.
Click the Start Installation button to continue. If you wish to cancel, click the Cancel Installation button.
Read the next page carefully. The text advises to close any running programs, ensure to close your AOL software also. Click Next to continue.
Connect a DSL filter to each telephone socket that is in use for telephones, dial-up modems and fax machines, etc.
If you require additional DSL filters, order online at AOL Keyword Broadband Extras.
Ensure to use AOL 8.0 or above.
The AOL account to be used for the modem router set up must be a General (18+) account.
This installer is not supported with a modem router containing beta firmware.