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BSNL getting disconnected a lot

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    Default BSNL getting disconnected a lot

    The LINK light in the modem stays stable for 30 seconds and starts blinking again!

    Its happening for 2 or 3 days and now its horrible
    I am getting disconnected 10times in a minute

    The phone line is perfectly OK! Theres no cracking sound. its perfect..

    A few days ago I read somewhere in this forum that BSNL was under some maintenance .. so could it be for this?
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    check in your modem settings snr & attn values.post them here.for more info you can search for topics in forum on snr,line condition etc or how to find these values in your modem settings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avishek View Post
    The LINK light in the modem stays stable for 30 seconds and starts blinking again!

    Its happening for 2 or 3 days and now its horrible
    I am getting disconnected 10times in a minute

    The phone line is perfectly OK! Theres no cracking sound. its perfect..

    A few days ago I read somewhere in this forum that BSNL was under some maintenance .. so could it be for this?
    This may help

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/broadb...ubleshoot.html

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    DSL Status Connected
    Last Failed 0x00000049
    Downstream Data Rate 11021 kbps
    Upstream Data Rate 836 kbps
    Max Att Downstream Rate 11148 kbps
    Max Att Upstream Rate 1158 kbps
    SNR (Downstream) 7.0 dB
    SNR (Upstream) 13.5 dB
    Line Attentuation(Downstream) 23.5 dB
    Line Attentuation(Upstream) 11.0 dB
    Connected Standard Bis
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    Get your line checked by the line man. If nothing works, complain here

    http://mis.bsnl.co.in/pgs/internet/pgwebregn.asp

    Hope you tried everything mentioned in the link above.

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    ur SNR values are less.... it should be around 12dB.

    well this is the problem with bsnl arising in rainy seasons. i have suffered a lot due to this.

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    I guess you are right Mickey.
    Its raining a lot in West Bengal these days. Some places are already flooded.

    By the way, I am just curious to know how its related to rains
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avishek View Post
    I guess you are right Mickey.
    Its raining a lot in West Bengal these days. Some places are already flooded.

    By the way, I am just curious to know how its related to rains
    underground cables aren't properly insulated so they get wet and conduction gets affected.

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