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Guide to Troubleshoot Errors in BSNL

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    Default Guide to Troubleshoot Errors in BSNL

    Error-678

    This is most common problems. It is due to poor connectivity. Problem can be anywhere between B.RAS - Tier 2 - DSLAM - Modem - PC of the customer.

    Switch off / Switch on Modem (Power Switch at the back of modem ) and wait for 2 minutes. Then retry.

    If problem is not solved then Reset Modem [Back pin (in the hole) to be pressed in switched ON condition] [Note : Link PC in black type Modem or WAN / LAN in white type Modem will go Off and then ON and system may be stable. Then retry.

    Problem is still not solved then a)Check link lamp in Black type Modem or WAN lamp in White Modem. If it is blinking, then it is line problem. b)Check Modem to splitter connectivity. i) Jack in & Jack out the cable of / to the modem and to the splitter ii)Jack in & Jack out the telephone connection of the splitter.

    If lamp is still blinking - then it is due to poor line condition / fault. The case has to be referred to Area Broadband Team for attending the fault.

    Error-691

    User id and Password problem.

    The case is to be referred to Central Broadband Team (08.00 AM to 08.00 PM). Central Broadband Team will reset the password and intimate that password has been reset.

    Error-769

    LAN not enabled.

    The LAN Card has to be enabled by following the steps given below.

    i)Go to Desktop. ii)Click "My Network Place". iii)Select Properties. iv)Click "Enable the local network".

    Error- 797

    Modem or LAN driver problem

    Reset the Modem (in on condition ) by pressing button available in the backside hole of the modem and wait for 2 mintues and then log on. If the problem is not solved then call your vendor to check computer LAN Card driver.

    Error-718

    i)Peak Hour - This problem occurs if loading is high on the system and number of customers exceed the call handling capacity of B.RAS. Please try after some time.

    ii)Slack Hour -This problem occurs if PPPoE is corrupted. Please load PPPoE again.

    Error - 630-633

    Computer LAN Card problem. LAN Card has to be changed. Problem can be seen by observing PC lamp (in black modem) LAN lamp ( in white modem) which might not be glowing or may be blinking. LAN Card has to be changed.


    Others

    Site not opening from Data One

    Probable reasons

    i)Internet explorer is not supporting the Pope (may be pirated OS).

    ii)Virus corrupting Internet explorer.

    The user is requested to set it right.

    (iii)BSNL BB DNS server may be having problem. DNS is not responding.
    Ping-61.1.96.69 or 61.1.96.71 and check up whether DNS is responding.


    If telephone line / dial tone problem, contact '198'. If Broadband / Internet not working,
    contact '1800-424-1600'.

    P.S. - Rep me please.
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    Nice informative resources! Thanks people.

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    You are welcome!

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