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Standard User shaneosborne
(experienced) Fri 02-Mar-12 14:10:31
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Billion 7800n Line Stats


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Is there anywhere within the Router (Billion 7800n) where you can view line stats (errors/drops)?

For some reason, the stats I view clear once the connection is dropped and thus the stats start over. So if my line drops because of errors and then reconnects, the stats refresh with the connection thus not showing any errors and the router uptime starts over.

However System Log Shows this;

Jan 01 00:00:36 daemon pppd[533]: PPP: Start to connect ...
Jan 01 00:00:36 daemon pppd[533]: Using interface ppp0_0_38_1
Jan 01 00:00:36 daemon pppd[533]: Connect: ppp_0_0_38_1 <-->
Jan 01 00:00:45 daemon pppd[533]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
Jan 01 00:00:45 daemon pppd[533]: Connection terminated.
Jan 01 00:00:48 daemon pppd[533]: PPP: Start to connect ...
Jan 01 00:00:48 daemon pppd[533]: Using interface ppp0_0_38_1
Jan 01 00:00:48 daemon pppd[533]: Connect: ppp_0_0_38_1 <-->
Jan 01 00:00:57 daemon pppd[533]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
Jan 01 00:00:57 daemon pppd[533]: Connection terminated.
Jan 01 00:01:00 daemon pppd[533]: PPP: Start to connect ...
Jan 01 00:01:00 daemon pppd[533]: Using interface ppp0_0_38_1
Jan 01 00:01:00 daemon pppd[533]: Connect: ppp_0_0_38_1 <-->
Jan 01 00:01:09 daemon pppd[533]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
Jan 01 00:01:09 daemon pppd[533]: Connection terminated.
Jan 01 00:01:09 daemon DHCP SERVER: DHCP request from 00:1c:10:69:b7:61
Jan 01 00:01:09 daemon DHCP SERVER: DHCP ack to 00:1c:10:69:b7:61
Jan 01 00:01:12 daemon pppd[533]: PPP: Start to connect ...
Jan 01 00:01:12 daemon pppd[533]: Using interface ppp0_0_38_1
Jan 01 00:01:12 daemon pppd[533]: Connect: ppp_0_0_38_1 <-->
Jan 01 00:01:13 user kernel: KLOB extended to 4 pools
Jan 01 00:01:15 daemon pppd[533]: PPP LCP UP.
Jan 01 00:01:15 daemon pppd[533]: Remote message: ^@
Jan 01 00:01:15 daemon pppd[533]: local IP address 90.206.47.17
Jan 01 00:01:15 daemon pppd[533]: remote IP address 87.87.251.200
Jan 01 00:01:15 daemon pppd[533]: primary DNS address 90.207.238.97
Jan 01 00:01:15 daemon pppd[533]: secondary DNS address 90.207.238.99
Jan 01 00:01:15 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 90.207.238.99#53
Jan 01 00:01:15 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 90.207.238.97#53
Jan 01 00:01:15 daemon pppd[533]: Received valid IP address from server. Connection UP.
Jan 01 00:01:16 user syslog: begin: interface: ppp_0_0_38_1 go to up
Jan 01 00:01:16 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 90.207.238.99#53
Jan 01 00:01:16 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 90.207.238.97#53
Jan 01 00:01:16 daemon UPNPD[523]: received signal 15, good-bye
Jan 01 00:01:18 daemon UPNPD[1063]: HTTP listening on port 2800
Jan 01 00:01:20 user syslog: end: interface: ppp_0_0_38_1 go to up

As you can see from the log at Jan 01 00:00:45 I notice errors but what is causing these and why the clock has reset is beyond me as it was set correctly and after checking a moment ago it is set okay now crazy

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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Fri 02-Mar-12 14:48:06
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Re: Billion 7800n Line Stats


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because there's no battery in the router so it uses an internet connection to set the clock. no internet connection after a reboot no time. the stats can also be viewed by telnetting the router.
Standard User shaneosborne
(experienced) Fri 02-Mar-12 15:40:03
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Re: Billion 7800n Line Stats


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How do I find out what is causing the line to drop or what ever the issue is?

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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Fri 02-Mar-12 16:49:39
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Re: Billion 7800n Line Stats


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it could be other electrical equipment causing your line to drop. lots of other reasons.

i battled with my line for months. it turned out it was faulty internal wiring, but yesterday afternoon i got some noise on the line causing my router to drop synch.

there are lots of causes of drops on lines.
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