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Simens Sl2-141 shuts down once in a while

I have Simens Sl2-141 router, purchased from Bezeq (the biggest ISP in Israel). once in a few days he shuts down, and dosent work untill i turn it off and on again. i checked in the device manager- everything is fine, and he is not desgined to turn off to safe electricity. no error messages appear. emule is running all the time.

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  • eshedg Apr 28, 2009

    My SL-2141 Wireless Router (also from Beseq) looses the internet connection and needs a hard restart every 45~120 minutes (recently degraded, used to work fine for about 18 months, only needing a hard restart every few days).

    I notice that when the internet connection is lost, the wifi hub still works, because I can see the other computers on the wifi and I can even ping the router itself (it responds).

    However, I can't telnet or http to it (non-responsive), until I restart it.

    I tried upgrading the firmware to latest version, but it didn't affect the problem.

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I had the same problem with a SL-2141 Wireless Router from Beseq. The problem was the connection of an unfiltered phone into another phone jack.
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I had a similar problem with the router resetting every few minutes or hours.
After trying many things, I replaced the power supply and the resets stopped.

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Well, actually the problem was that the ADSL modem part was probably defective. I've recovered my old Alcatel SpeedTouch Home (set to PRO mode) and configured my Siemens to do just Hotspot (not even DHCP), problem solved - No more disconnections or "hangs" in the device.
Of course, the Alcatel model doesn't support ADSL 2.x, but for me it's enough 'cause I only have 1.5MBps.
It stands to say that all those guys warning you to not get a "all-in-one" device are probably right...

Posted on May 21, 2009

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Youre E-mule is running koz your DHCP on the router is still running.
The problem is the connection whit Bezeq whitch is prity bad. Get in to the router setup and use automatic setings for connection tipe.That mean that the router can tell the modem to establish connection by himself evritime when is crash. Or just tell them that you need Aztech 600e whitch is the best from Bezeq now.

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