Question about Computers & Internet
I had the modem for about 1.5yrs and was working fine till last october when i noticed the connection kept dropping. I thought it was a problem with the ISP and they seemed to had fix the issue a few times - i.e. the net seem to be working better, but still kept dropping. I lost faith on the ISP and just lived with the problem. I didn't even think it was the modem at all since it was still kinda new. I should have known better.
Now the modem is not working, by that i mean the DSL light doesn't go on, only the power and wlan and the port one if i connect it by cable. I called Dynalink helpdesk and they asked me to reset the modem and restarted an so on. At the end only the Power and WLAN lights went on - so no DSL connection. Since it has been more than a year, now it is outside guarantee. Gutted!
Is it worth trying to fix it by myself? Could it be a software issue?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blinking light on the DSL modem.
Unfortunately it sounds like the modem may need to be replaced. I had the same issue. Even after doing a complete shutdown, resetting all the cables, restarting the modem and then the computer, it still did not work. After you get the modem replaced, I would suggest you get a spare, possibably from e-bay, so if this happens again, you will not be without DSL Service.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
SOURCE: Modem won't connect to internet.
maybe you have to wait for your provider for them to isolate the problem, it seems that your modem got hit maybe by high surge. ask them to bring a spare modem for isolation.. there is no way for you to isolate the problem coz you've already done the basic....
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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Posted on Oct 11, 2009
The modem advanced settings had VCI=35. It should be VCI=32 for QWest. See http://www.dslmodemsdirect.com/DSL%20Configuration/VPI_VCI%20configuration%20Page.htm for other providers.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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