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Discussion in 'Networking' started by packo, Apr 30, 2015.

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  1. packo

    packo Thread Starter

    Apr 30, 2015
    Hi all, newbie here! Today i went into my routers setting & noticed, things in the security log, i don't understand, so i thought you guys maybe able to help?............

    04/30/2015 17:53:37 sending ACK to
    04/30/2015 16:56:15 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
    04/30/2015 16:56:14 ATM1 get IP:
    04/30/2015 16:56:12 ATM1 start PPP
    04/30/2015 16:56:11 ADSL Media Up !
    04/30/2015 16:55:59 sending ACK to
    04/30/2015 16:55:50 sending ACK to
    04/30/2015 16:52:18 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
    04/30/2015 16:52:17 ATM1 get IP:
    04/30/2015 16:52:15 ATM1 start PPP
    04/30/2015 16:52:15 Dial On Demand(ATM1)
    04/30/2015 16:52:15 ADSL Media Up !
    04/30/2015 16:52:00 sending ACK to
    04/30/2015 16:51:57 sending ACK to
    04/30/2015 16:47:56 login success
    04/30/2015 16:44:06 User from timed out
    04/30/2015 16:43:10 **UDP Loop**, 43385->>, 19 (from ATM1 Inbound)
    04/30/2015 16:26:25 login success
    04/30/2015 16:26:10 sending ACK to
    04/30/2015 16:24:39 NTP Date/Time updated.
    04/30/2015 16:24:34 If(ATM1) PPP connection ok !
    04/30/2015 16:24:33 ATM1 get IP:
    04/30/2015 16:24:32 ATM1 start PPP
    04/30/2015 16:24:32 Dial On Demand(ATM1)
    04/30/2015 16:24:32 ADSL Media Up !
    04/30/2015 16:24:22 sending ACK to

    Does it look normal, or should i be worried?


  2. TerryNet

    TerryNet Moderator

    Mar 23, 2005
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    I've never had (A)DSL, but wouldn't expect to see "ADSL Media Up !" so frequently. You have been losing internet access every 20 to 30 minutes?
  3. Triple6

    Triple6 Moderator

    Dec 26, 2002
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    You can have A/DSL disconnect after a period of inactivity, just like a dial up connection, "Dial on Demand" suggests that it's on. Check the router settings for the internet or WAN connection time-out settings, if you don't want it disconnecting when not in use then change the setting to Always On.
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