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My Airlink 101 was suppose to let me use several things at the same time, wireless, but I have difficulty getting my MBP and iPod Touch to connect simultaneously. Okay, now that I've gotten those  mini-rants out of the way, here's the deal… Tonight our internet connection went down. I did the most important communications that I'd been in a hurry to do, then got to thinking about restoring my wireless setup. Is there a warranty on these modems? http://pseudoblog.net/dsl-modem/dsl-modem.html

Wish I'd found this site sooner… Cheers! What happens when I do lose the connection is that my Airport symbol cycles through the bars over and over, as if it's establishing a wireless connection. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Ultimately, they have sent out tech to our home a few times and on each visit the tech claims to have "fixed the problem" by doing one thing or another with

I am using the same equipment (MacBooK Pro 17″, Snow Leopard v. 10.6.8, Airlink 101) with AT&T DSL that my old modem used for 4 years so I am surprised at The finished wiring job I repeated this for both terminals that were in use. I suspect it's either the modem or more likely the DSLAM at my CO or possibly bad copper between the two. had a lady that every full moon would say her phone would go on the fritz...

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When I am switching between webpages, or sometimes when I close or open the browser (Safari or Firefox), or sometimes when I wake up/sleep the computer, the DSL light begins to Feb 26, 2010 11:10 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by David Geottman1, David Geottman1 Mar 1, 2010 2:35 PM in response to ffjxc Level 1 (5 points) Advertisement dennycrane Thread Starter Joined: Dec 27, 2005 Messages: 5 A couple years ago I finally got on the DSL train and got service through AT&T. their explanation Maybe for the 3360 to work properly I need to configure the Airlink 101 page with the 3360, but since I am switching back to the 2210, I hope I will

I didn't realize they might need some of the information that follows, so I didn't volunteer it, and ATT help dude did not ask the appropriate questions to resolve my issue And I hadn't remembered one key thing… When I made these changes, the modem gave me a warning as it restarted. It did the trick and things were smooth again until yesterday. He pointed to a splice in my overhead line as the problem, and had a higher up tech come out the next day to fix that.

  1. The only change I was told to make was to enter a new PPP password, which the support rep provided me with.
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  5. I just got lucky and got a smart tech one of the countless times.
  6. I checked the alarm system.
  7. As you can see, only the top two terminals of my box are in use for inside wiring.
  8. I want to know if it's the modem's fault or perhaps bad lines on AT&T's behalf. (My phone service was uninterrupted each time) Specs: Modem: Type: Motorola 2210-02 Firmware: 7.7.3r5 (Both
  9. So he replaced some coax in my house feeding my cable modem.

Can you get charter to run their tests @ night to see if there is a difference? ~~~~ Old buddy worked for the phone co... I have never messed with connecting directly by my Ethernet to fix my 3360, I only used Ethernet cable when I first got the 3360 Jan 10th of this year, used To prevent others from wasting hours arguing with phone support that there really is a line problem, here's how to diagnose this yourself. My trick for that one involves putting the notes (or often the manuals or whatever) in a ziplock and attaching it to the device.

Or he thought it might be my computer. http://pseudoblog.net/dsl-modem/dsl-modem-hook-up.html I find I have to do the 30 second reset, log in, and change back to bridge mode every time. There's a screw on the right that allows you to open the cover. You will need to repeat the process if you restart.

would like the upstream SNR as well, but only charter could give you that. Click I'm a human Paste the code Recaptcha generates in the textfield below Read the Slickdeals Terms of Service and Acceptable Use Policies. So my cable drop connect to the box on my house, and from there the line goes into my house and directly to the cable modem. check over here I have not experienced the problem since both updates were installed.

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If removing an MTU, you only need to do it from lines that are actually used.

That will be the first thing I try if I lose the internet connection again. I looked back to my old speed test in 2010, they were in the same ballpark. It took the first hour and 15 minutes to get past Tier 1 in India until I got to Tier 2 in Texas who simply believed me and fixed the issue Usually it spits out the Check Connection page, that I believe ALWAYS requires a re-starting of my 3360.

I bought a Cisco Wireless N Router this weekend and it has been working perfectly ever since. A splice in the line coming into the box may have been a problem. pedroguy, Apr 23, 2010 #6 dennycrane Thread Starter Joined: Dec 27, 2005 Messages: 5 It helped me out some, pedroguy. http://pseudoblog.net/dsl-modem/dsl-modem-purchase.html A little searching online reminded me that I had to change the PPP Location setting to On Computer, instead of the default On Modem.

Maybe that will help me avoid calling ATT for ‘support' in the future. The instructions that came with the Airlink 101 were ONLY written for PC so it may as well have been in Spanish, which I do speak a little, but not enough

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