I have an 1841 with an ADSL HWIC on a BE ADSL2+ connection which was previously working OK with the supplied modem/router so I am sure the line is OK.
Although I can sync and get online OK the connection just stops working after a while of not sending any data. The only way I can get online again is to shut/no shut the atm interface. If I keep sending data over the connection it seems to work OK.
I have tried all different ADSL firmwares with no luck, altough people mention these as a solution to not syncing properly in the first place which is definately not the problem in my case.
I have tried lots of different settings around oam and ilmi but it keeps happening - is there some somehting I need to do to keep the connection alive with a PVC? I am not very familiar with ATM. Also when the connection has stopped working I can see that the PVC is still up.
I have looked all over the internet and this forum but I cannot find a solution - any help would be greatly appreciated.
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