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|Posted - 7/17/2000 9:26:02 PM |
I have checked this with two separate ISP's and it is
the exact same number. Is this a modem reporting error or is there a major problem at my telco?
Freq Level (dB)
Chars sent 18 Chars Received 407
Retrains Requested 0 Retrains Granted 0
Data Compression V42BIS 2048/32
Disconnect Reason is DTR dropped
|Posted - 7/19/2000 9:35:03 AM |
The 65,535 is not a valid # - it is the decimal value of 2 bytes (16bits) that are all 1's - or
Either the modem isn't reporting the value correctly, or the register is only valid during a connection: use HyperTerminal to dial in, use the +++ escape sequence to go to command mode while still on line, then examine the i11/echo loss values.
|Posted - 7/20/2000 9:24:43 PM |
Ok did what you said. This is what I got from the first ISP:
U.S. Robotics 56K Voice INT Link Diagnostics...
and this is what I got from the second:
|Posted - 7/21/2000 5:36:23 PM |
Well, assuming the modem is otherwise working properly, I wouldn't be too worried.... could be something overlooked when 3Com did the code for your modem - it appears not to be delivering a real measurement of near echo loss....
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