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osmond at holburn.com
Wed Mar 19 09:05:18 EST 2003
Unless you have a specific QOS policy with your provider you may not be
able to rectify this problem.
We had a problem similar to this, our line speed would degrade after 5-6
hours to 56kb/s speeds. Reset the modem and it worked fine.
We are in Canada, so Bell Canada is responsible for the DSL Lines, we
had a few tech's come in and check the lines - everything was fine.
We ended up canceling our service and going with a 3rd party provider.
When the bell technician came to install we told him of the problems we
were having and had him find a really clean pair of wires coming into
the building and hook those up for us.
We ended up getting about 3.75Mb/s. With no problems.
Good luck, I would try to get a different line pair used.
From: Abe_Bulaclac at transilwrap.com [mailto:Abe_Bulaclac at transilwrap.com]
Sent: March 17, 2003 3:58 PM
To: vpn at lists.shmoo.com
Subject: [VPN] (no subject)
We have 3 to 5 users working from home through VPN on consumer DSL or
> modem connections. There are days when the connections are good and
> when they are bad, i.e., they get disconnected frequently that they
> to dialing up to our RAS. We are using SonicWalls in the VPN
> you have any suggestions on how to address this problem?
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