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So I'm having a bit of a problem with my 7800N, not sure if its the modem its self or our stupid exchange mad.gif

Every few minutes I'll get a "Link Down" on my modem and it'll take forever to reconnect, this only started happening today so as I said, I'm unsure if its the modem itself or our exchange/ISP. I should also say our ISP said all there line monitoring tools are down but they insist its my modem, typical huh?

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Mar 11 23:31:58 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.132#53
Mar 11 23:32:02 daemon DHCP SERVER: DHCPINFORM from 192.168.1.1
Mar 11 23:32:08 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.3#53
Mar 11 23:32:08 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.132#53
Mar 11 23:32:13 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.3#53
Mar 11 23:32:13 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.132#53
Mar 11 23:32:20 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.3#53
Mar 11 23:32:20 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.132#53
Mar 11 23:32:25 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.3#53
Mar 11 23:32:25 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.132#53
Mar 11 23:32:31 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.3#53
Mar 11 23:32:31 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.132#53
Mar 11 23:32:36 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.3#53
Mar 11 23:32:36 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.132#53
Mar 11 23:33:03 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.3#53
Mar 11 23:33:03 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.132#53
Mar 11 23:33:08 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.3#53
Mar 11 23:33:08 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.132#53
Mar 11 23:33:46 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.3#53
Mar 11 23:33:46 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.132#53
Mar 11 23:33:51 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.3#53
Mar 11 23:33:51 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.132#53
Mar 11 23:34:36 user syslog: wps_btn&
Mar 11 23:34:36 user syslog: WSCScan&
Mar 11 23:34:36 user kernel: Net device ra0 going down....
Mar 11 23:34:36 user kernel: rlk_inic_mbss_close --->
Mar 11 23:34:36 user kernel: setup MBSS[0] success
Mar 11 23:34:36 user kernel: all interfaces closed.
Mar 11 23:34:36 user kernel: rlk_inic_mbss_close <---
Mar 11 23:34:36 user kernel: iNIC Closing
Mar 11 23:34:36 user kernel: Delete HeartBeatTimer ....
Mar 11 23:34:36 user kernel: iNIC Closed
Mar 11 23:34:36 user kernel: br0: port 3(ra0) entering disabled state
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: iNIC Open ra0
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: ADDR0 = 10000008, ADDR1 = 10100008
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: CMD = 0016, STATUS = 04a0
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: LATENCY = 20, CACHE LINE SIZE = 08
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: INT LINE = 39
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: Reset PCI Card
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: ADDR0 = 10000008, ADDR1 = 10100008
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: CMD = 0016, STATUS = 04a0
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: INT LINE = 39
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: ### LATENCY = 20, CACHE LINE SIZE = 08
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: PDMA_RST_IDX = 0
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: PDMA_GLO_CFG = 00000020
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: TX_MAX_CNT0 = 00000080
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: 2. reg = 00000020
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: 2. PDMA_GLO_CFG = 00000065, reg = 00000065
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: Op mode = 1
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: BssidNum=1
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: Wait for boot done...
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_NOTIFY
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: Open file: /etc/Wireless/RT2880/iNIC_ap.bin
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: Open file: /var/iNIC_ap.dat
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_INITCFG(0)
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_INITCFG(1)
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_INITCFG(2)
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: Send Init Cfg Data Done(3 packets)
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_UPLOAD(0)
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_UPLOAD(1)
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_UPLOAD(2)
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel:
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: CRC:01 08 14 18 f3 ba d7 75 22 32 2e 35 2e 30 2e 31 22 00 00 00 32 30 31 32 30 33 30 38 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 f0 45 06 00
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: Send RT2880iNIC Firmware Done
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: ===================================
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: version: "2.5.0.1"
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: size: 411120 bytes
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: date: 20120308
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: ===================================
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel:
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: Send STARTUP to RT2880iNIC
Mar 11 23:34:37 user kernel: Close Firmware file
Mar 11 23:34:38 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_STARTUP
Mar 11 23:34:40 user kernel: Update MAC(0)=00:04:ed:0c:70:f9
Mar 11 23:34:40 user kernel: br0: port 3(ra0) entering learning state
Mar 11 23:34:40 user kernel: br0: topology change detected, propagating
Mar 11 23:34:40 user kernel: br0: port 3(ra0) entering forwarding state
Mar 11 23:35:18 user syslog: wps_btn&
Mar 11 23:35:18 user syslog: WSCScan&
Mar 11 23:35:18 user kernel: Net device ra0 going down....
Mar 11 23:35:18 user kernel: rlk_inic_mbss_close --->
Mar 11 23:35:18 user kernel: setup MBSS[0] success
Mar 11 23:35:18 user kernel: all interfaces closed.
Mar 11 23:35:18 user kernel: rlk_inic_mbss_close <---
Mar 11 23:35:18 user kernel: iNIC Closing
Mar 11 23:35:18 user kernel: Delete HeartBeatTimer ....
Mar 11 23:35:18 user kernel: iNIC Closed
Mar 11 23:35:18 user kernel: br0: port 3(ra0) entering disabled state
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: iNIC Open ra0
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: ADDR0 = 10000008, ADDR1 = 10100008
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: CMD = 0016, STATUS = 04a0
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: LATENCY = 20, CACHE LINE SIZE = 08
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: INT LINE = 39
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: Reset PCI Card
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: ADDR0 = 10000008, ADDR1 = 10100008
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: CMD = 0016, STATUS = 04a0
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: INT LINE = 39
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: ### LATENCY = 20, CACHE LINE SIZE = 08
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: PDMA_RST_IDX = 0
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: PDMA_GLO_CFG = 00000020
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: TX_MAX_CNT0 = 00000080
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: 2. reg = 00000020
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: 2. PDMA_GLO_CFG = 00000065, reg = 00000065
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: Op mode = 1
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: BssidNum=1
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: Wait for boot done...
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_NOTIFY
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: Open file: /etc/Wireless/RT2880/iNIC_ap.bin
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: Open file: /var/iNIC_ap.dat
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_INITCFG(0)
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_INITCFG(1)
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_INITCFG(2)
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: Send Init Cfg Data Done(3 packets)
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_UPLOAD(0)
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_UPLOAD(1)
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_UPLOAD(2)
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel:
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: CRC:01 08 14 18 f3 ba d7 75 22 32 2e 35 2e 30 2e 31 22 00 00 00 32 30 31 32 30 33 30 38 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 f0 45 06 00
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: Send RT2880iNIC Firmware Done
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: ===================================
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: version: "2.5.0.1"
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: size: 411120 bytes
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: date: 20120308
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: ===================================
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel:
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: Send STARTUP to RT2880iNIC
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: Close Firmware file
Mar 11 23:35:19 user kernel: RACFG_CMD_BOOT_STARTUP
Mar 11 23:35:22 user kernel: Update MAC(0)=00:04:ed:0c:70:f9
Mar 11 23:35:22 user kernel: br0: port 3(ra0) entering learning state
Mar 11 23:35:22 user kernel: br0: topology change detected, propagating
Mar 11 23:35:22 user kernel: br0: port 3(ra0) entering forwarding state
Mar 11 23:37:24 daemon DHCP SERVER: DHCPINFORM from 192.168.1.3
Mar 11 23:37:27 daemon DHCP SERVER: DHCPINFORM from 192.168.1.3
Mar 11 23:41:24 user kernel: Line 0: ADSL link down
Mar 11 23:41:25 user syslog: tc qdisc del dev ppp_0_8_35_1 root 2>/dev/null
Mar 11 23:41:26 user kernel: Line 0: xDSL G.994 training
Mar 11 23:41:27 daemon pppd[726]: Terminating connection due to link down.
Mar 11 23:41:34 user kernel: Line 0: ADSL G.992 started
Mar 11 23:41:38 user kernel: Line 0: ADSL G.992 channel analysis
Mar 11 23:41:44 user kernel: Line 0: ADSL G.992 message exchange
Mar 11 23:41:45 user kernel: Line 0: ADSL link down
Mar 11 23:41:46 user kernel: Line 0: xDSL G.994 training
Mar 11 23:41:54 user kernel: Line 0: ADSL G.992 started
Mar 11 23:41:59 user kernel: Line 0: ADSL G.992 channel analysis
Mar 11 23:42:05 user kernel: Line 0: ADSL G.992 message exchange
Mar 11 23:42:06 user kernel: Line 0: ADSL link up, Path 0, us=1020, ds=7119
Mar 11 23:42:07 daemon pppd[726]: PPPoE: Terminating on signal 15.
Mar 11 23:42:07 daemon pppd[726]: Clear IP addresses. Connection DOWN.
Mar 11 23:42:07 daemon pppd[726]: Clear IP addresses.
Mar 11 23:42:07 daemon pppd[726]: Couldn't increase MTU to 1500.
Mar 11 23:42:07 daemon pppd[726]: Couldn't increase MRU to 1500
Mar 11 23:42:08 daemon pppd[726]: Connection terminated.
Mar 11 23:42:08 daemon pppd[726]: Connect time 16.5 minutes.
Mar 11 23:42:08 daemon pppd[726]: Sent 1095693 bytes, received 9638535 bytes.
Mar 11 23:42:08 user kernel: dev_shutdown, dec ppp device refcnt, dev->refcnt=3
Mar 11 23:42:08 user kernel: unregister_netdevice: waiting for ppp_0_8_35_1 to become free. Usage count = -1
Mar 11 23:42:08 user kernel: dev->name = ppp_0_8_35_1, dev->refcnt=-1
Mar 11 23:42:08 user kernel: after reset to 0, dev->refcnt=0
Mar 11 23:42:08 daemon pppd[726]: Doing disconnect
Mar 11 23:42:08 daemon pppd[726]: Exit.
Mar 11 23:42:09 daemon pppd[2296]: pppd 2.4.1 started by admin, uid 0
Mar 11 23:42:09 daemon pppd[2296]: PPP: Start to connect ...
Mar 11 23:42:09 daemon pppd[2296]: PPP server detected.
Mar 11 23:42:09 daemon pppd[2296]: PPP session established.
Mar 11 23:42:09 daemon pppd[2296]: Using interface ppp0_8_35_1
Mar 11 23:42:09 daemon pppd[2296]: Connect: ppp_0_8_35_1 <--> nas_0_8_35
Mar 11 23:42:09 daemon pppd[2296]: Couldn't increase MTU to 1500.
Mar 11 23:42:09 daemon pppd[2296]: Couldn't increase MRU to 1500
Mar 11 23:42:09 daemon pppd[2296]: Couldn't increase MRU to 1500
Mar 11 23:42:09 daemon pppd[2296]: PPP LCP UP.
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon DHCP SERVER: DHCPINFORM from 192.168.1.1
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon pppd[2296]: Couldn't increase MTU to 1500.
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon pppd[2296]: Couldn't increase MRU to 1500
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon pppd[2296]: Couldn't increase MRU to 1500
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon pppd[2296]: PPP LCP UP.
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon pppd[2296]: local LL address fe80::e066:4401:f2f0:329e
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon pppd[2296]: remote LL address fe80::0224:14ff:fe9a:9700
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon pppd[2296]: local IP address 59.167.208.242
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon pppd[2296]: remote IP address 150.101.180.24
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon pppd[2296]: primary DNS address 192.231.203.132
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon pppd[2296]: secondary DNS address 192.231.203.3
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.3#53
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.132#53
Mar 11 23:42:10 daemon pppd[2296]: Received valid IP address from server. Connection UP.
Mar 11 23:42:12 user syslog: wan6Autod start..
Mar 11 23:42:13 daemon DHCP SERVER: DHCPINFORM from 192.168.1.1
Mar 11 23:42:13 user syslog: Hop limit : 64
Mar 11 23:42:13 user syslog: Stateful address conf. : No
Mar 11 23:42:13 user syslog: Stateful other conf. : Yes
Mar 11 23:42:13 user syslog: Router preference : medium
Mar 11 23:42:13 user syslog: Router lifetime : 5940 seconds
Mar 11 23:42:13 user syslog: Reachable time : 0 milliseconds
Mar 11 23:42:13 user syslog: Retransmit time : 0 milliseconds
Mar 11 23:42:13 user syslog: Prefix : 2001:44b8:2030:1b21::/64
Mar 11 23:42:13 user syslog: Valid time : 6000 seconds
Mar 11 23:42:13 user syslog: Pref. time : 6000 seconds
Mar 11 23:42:13 user syslog: dhcp6c restart..
Mar 11 23:42:14 user syslog: begin: interface: ppp_0_8_35_1 go to up
Mar 11 23:42:14 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.3#53
Mar 11 23:42:14 daemon dnsmasq[90]: using nameserver 192.231.203.132#53
Mar 11 23:42:14 daemon UPNPD[1013]: received signal 15, good-bye
Mar 11 23:42:16 daemon UPNPD[2399]: HTTP listening on port 2800
Mar 11 23:42:20 user syslog: end: interface: ppp_0_8_35_1 go to up
Mar 11 23:42:20 daemon radvd[2596]: version 1.0 started
Mar 11 23:42:20 user syslog: dhcp6s restart..
Mar 11 23:42:31 daemon DHCP SERVER: DHCPINFORM from 192.168.1.3
Mar 11 23:42:34 daemon DHCP SERVER: DHCPINFORM from 192.168.1.3
Mar 11 23:44:12 daemon DHCP SERVER: DHCPINFORM from 192.168.1.3
Mar 11 23:44:15 daemon DHCP SERVER: DHCPINFORM from 192.168.1.3

Any help would be awesome

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