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Standard User thedotlair
(newbie) Wed 22-Feb-17 07:53:34
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Query on Control Panel Task on one line


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Morning all,

Just noticed that on the control panel for one of my lines, a task/note was added that was "Update filterq=Y->N" then a minute later "Update filterq=N->Y".

Just wondeirng if anybody knew what that was all about? I'm thinking it's something to keep the lines in close sync (as I've always had one line sync much higher than the other) but wanted to double check smile

That and it's only an inquiry, so don't want to hassle TechSupport about it.

Ta
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Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Wed 22-Feb-17 09:28:54
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Re: Query on Control Panel Task on one line


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Are you talking about two independent lines, or load balancing, or bonding? ADSL2+, FTTC or FTTP?

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Standard User thedotlair
(newbie) Wed 22-Feb-17 09:42:24
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Re: Query on Control Panel Task on one line


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Two line Bonded FTTC. Apologies, I should have included in that original post .. will blame that on not having enough coffee this morning frown

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ISP Representative andrewhearn
(isp) Thu 23-Feb-17 09:54:56
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Re: Query on Control Panel Task on one line


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In reply to a post by thedotlair:
Morning all,

Just noticed that on the control panel for one of my lines, a task/note was added that was "Update filterq=Y->N" then a minute later "Update filterq=N->Y".

Just wondeirng if anybody knew what that was all about? I'm thinking it's something to keep the lines in close sync (as I've always had one line sync much higher than the other) but wanted to double check smile

That and it's only an inquiry, so don't want to hassle TechSupport about it.


It's nothing to worry about - I suspect someone here (or possibly you) set it (by mistake) then put it back...

The setting is the 'FastTimeout' setting you see on the control pages. It relates to how quickly we drop the line if our LCP echoes stop responding. More here: https://support.aa.net.uk/Other_Line_Options

Andrew Hearn
AAISP
aa.net.uk support@aa.net.uk 033 33 400 999
The above post has been made by an ISP REPRESENTATIVE (although not necessarily the ISP being discussed in the post).
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