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Standard User Routefinder
(experienced) Sun 21-Aug-11 19:09:10
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Disconnected by Peer ?


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Hi All

What specifically does "Disconnected by Peer" mean???

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Standard User camieabz
(sensei) Sun 21-Aug-11 20:58:40
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Re: Disconnected by Peer ?


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What context?

Gaming? Downloading? Receiving e-mails?

Usually refers to the appropriate server.

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Standard User Routefinder
(experienced) Sun 21-Aug-11 22:56:08
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Re: Disconnected by Peer ?


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Ooops! sorry should have been more detailed.

This is when I noticed the Router (this afternoon) had lost connection, I looked in the GUI and saw that under reason for no connection.

Not every time when there is some sort of reset not triggered by me that I get to know the reason i.e. at night or when I am out!

Any light to throw on it now knowing the source?

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Standard User camieabz
(sensei) Mon 22-Aug-11 00:11:45
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Re: Disconnected by Peer ?


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In this case the 'peer' will be the ISP (not sure what aspect, but will be the PPP connection - PPPoa or PPPoe etc.).

Might be a timeout setting in your router/modem. Might be a bad connection, or a disconnection without an auto-reconnect. Might even be some weird authentication issue (again timeout). Router type, stats and errors might throw a little light on things.

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