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September 29, 2004 10:15:26 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware (More info?)

The base station drops the internet connection a few
times a day. I have to disconnect the power and let the
base reboot. I am running windows xp sp-2 with the
firmware update installed. Any other suggestions that
would help would be appreciated.

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September 29, 2004 1:00:28 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware (More info?)

Instead of doing the power cycle check the basestation log & post the
last ten entries here. Then we will have a better idea of what is wrong.

You also should post what kind of connection this is (DSL, Cable, Etc...).

What kind of IP address you have (PPPoE, Dynamic, or Static)?

Rich wrote:

> The base station drops the internet connection a few
> times a day. I have to disconnect the power and let the
> base reboot. I am running windows xp sp-2 with the
> firmware update installed. Any other suggestions that
> would help would be appreciated.
September 29, 2004 1:00:29 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware (More info?)

I have cable modem that uses DHCP that automatically
assigns an IP address and Here is the log for 3 days with
a reboot that needed to be done on 9-29-2004:
2004/09/27 00:36:37 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 24.99.166.56:2742 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

2004/09/27 00:36:40 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 24.99.166.56:2742 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

2004/09/27 00:36:46 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 24.99.166.56:2742 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

2004/09/27 06:57:41 DHCP Client : Request sent from
24.185.226.180 to 167.206.3.231

2004/09/27 06:57:41 DHCP Client : Server response sent
from 167.206.3.231 to 24.185.226.180

2004/09/27 06:57:44 DHCP Client : Obtained lease for
24.185.226.180 on 2004/09/27 06:57:41 ; lease expires on
2004/09/30 04:11:48

2004/09/27 09:10:31 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 24.185.197.234:2414 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

2004/09/27 09:10:34 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 24.185.197.234:2414 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

2004/09/27 09:10:40 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 24.185.197.234:2414 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

2004/09/27 13:47:02 ** Port Scan ** Port scanning from
62.139.191.72 detected

2004/09/27 16:01:54 ** Port Scan ** Port scanning from
212.78.204.110 detected

2004/09/27 16:02:57 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 24.215.238.114:2633 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

2004/09/27 16:03:00 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 24.215.238.114:2633 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

2004/09/27 16:12:34 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://ar.atwola.com/html/93182535/25563982/aol?
SNM=HIDBF&width=728&height=90&target=new&TZ=240&TVAR=class
%3Dus.low&CT=I

2004/09/27 16:12:34 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://ar.atwola.com/html/93182536/25563982/aol?
SNM=HIDBF&width=120&height=90&target=_top&TZ=240&TVAR=clas
s%3Dus.low&CT=I

2004/09/27 16:12:34 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://ar.atwola.com/html/93183501/25563982/aol?
SNM=HIDBF&width=88&height=31&target=_top&TZ=240&TVAR=class
%3Dus.low&CT=I

2004/09/27 16:12:35 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://ar.atwola.com/html/93162673/25563982/aol?
SNM=HIDBF&height=300&width=720&target=_blank&CT=J&TZ=240&h
w=popunder&TVAR=class%3Dus.low

2004/09/27 16:12:37 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://ar.atwola.com/html/93183501/25563982/aol?
SNM=HIDBF&width=88&height=31&target=_top&TZ=240&TVAR=class
%3Dus.low&CT=I

2004/09/27 16:12:39 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://ar.atwola.com/html/93182536/25563982/aol?
SNM=HIDBF&width=120&height=90&target=_top&TZ=240&TVAR=clas
s%3Dus.low&CT=I

2004/09/27 16:12:41 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://ar.atwola.com/html/93182535/25563982/aol?
SNM=HIDBF&width=728&height=90&target=new&TZ=240&TVAR=class
%3Dus.low&CT=I

2004/09/27 17:32:50 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.170 from accessing http://www.aim.com/

2004/09/27 17:37:24 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing http://www.aim.com/

2004/09/27 17:40:46 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://img.dell.com/images/global/buttons/aol_optimized...
x50.jpg

2004/09/27 18:07:13 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://www.karalahana.com/guide/p2p/kazaalite.gif

2004/09/27 18:10:15 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://Badsol.bianas.com/bns/new/Zentropy_kazaa_pop.htm

2004/09/27 18:10:16 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://Badsol.bianas.com/bns/new/Zentropy_kazaa_pop.htm

2004/09/27 18:10:16 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://Badsol.bianas.com/bns/new/Zentropy_kazaa_pop.htm

2004/09/27 19:58:17 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 24.245.3.186:2398 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

2004/09/27 19:58:20 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 24.245.3.186:2398 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

2004/09/27 19:58:26 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 24.245.3.186:2398 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

2004/09/27 22:02:58 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://www.averymail.com/crm/rethink/bg07c.gif

2004/09/27 22:02:58 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://www.averymail.com/crm/rethink/masthead_figfix_in...
e.jpg

2004/09/27 22:02:58 Parental controls blocked
192.168.2.77 from accessing
http://www.averymail.com/crm/rethink/spacer.gif

2004/09/28 12:51:10 192.168.2.3 login failed

2004/09/28 12:51:19 192.168.2.3 login successful

2004/09/28 12:51:21 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 83.238.41.12:3825 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

2004/09/28 12:51:24 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 83.238.41.12:3825 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

2004/09/28 12:51:30 ** Unauthorized HTTP Access **
<IP/TCP> 83.238.41.12:3825 ->> 24.185.226.180:80

1999/06/01 12:00:05 **** Device Booted: Version
02.01.02.0590

2004/09/29 07:18:41 System time synchronized with
207.46.130.100, 9 seconds from system bootup.

2004/09/29 07:18:45 RF Reset...Pass

2004/09/29 07:19:38 DHCP Client : Request sent from
24.185.226.180 to 167.206.3.231

2004/09/29 07:19:38 DHCP Client : Server response sent
from 167.206.3.231 to 24.185.226.180

2004/09/29 07:19:41 DHCP Client : Obtained lease for
24.185.226.180 on 2004/09/29 07:19:38 ; lease expires on
2004/10/02 19:19:38

2004/09/29 10:54:02 Parental controls blocked 192.168.2.3
from accessing http://www.aim.com/

2004/09/29 11:00:50 Parental controls blocked 192.168.2.3
from accessing
http://img.dell.com/images/global/buttons/aol_optimized...
x50.jpg

2004/09/29 11:21:49 Parental controls blocked 192.168.2.3
from accessing http://www.aim.com/

2004/09/29 11:24:50 192.168.2.3 login successful

I hope you can help


>-----Original Message-----
>Instead of doing the power cycle check the basestation
log & post the
>last ten entries here. Then we will have a better idea
of what is wrong.
>
>You also should post what kind of connection this is
(DSL, Cable, Etc...).
>
>What kind of IP address you have (PPPoE, Dynamic, or
Static)?
>
>Rich wrote:
>
>> The base station drops the internet connection a few
>> times a day. I have to disconnect the power and let
the
>> base reboot. I am running windows xp sp-2 with the
>> firmware update installed. Any other suggestions that
>> would help would be appreciated.
>
>.
>
September 30, 2004 8:52:19 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware (More info?)

I noticed in your log that you have three IP address being blocked by
"Parental controls", so I'll ask some more questions & Make a few
suggestion on what to do next.

Are you on the computer with the 192.168.2.3 address?

Are you on the computer with the 192.168.2.77 address?

Are you on the computer with the 192.168.2.170 address?

Also is it only some sites like http://ar.atwola.com/ &
http://www.aim.com/ ?

One other thing you might want to do is go to
http://housecall.antivirus.com & scan for viruses online for free (I
don't trust your anti-virus software because that is the first thing
attacked by modern viruses).

After that then you should download, install, update, & then scan with
both "Spybot Search & Destroy" & "Ad-Aware".

You just might want to also check on what "Parental controls" you have
configured in the MN-700.

Rich wrote:

> I hope you can help
>
>
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>Instead of doing the power cycle check the basestation
>
> log & post the
>
>>last ten entries here. Then we will have a better idea
>
> of what is wrong.
>
>>You also should post what kind of connection this is
>
> (DSL, Cable, Etc...).
>
>>What kind of IP address you have (PPPoE, Dynamic, or
>
> Static)?
>
!