lightman Posted October 14, 2006 Share Posted October 14, 2006 Hi I have a CISCO 677 ADSL modem with my provider, had it for 6 years, never a problem, I moved to another appartment and now it doesn't link, never ever. I have a ARESCOM 800 that I programmed with the proper VPI/VCI and it works perfectly. Now the CISCO 677 does work in my older home and also works at work and at every place I could find with the same provider! WTH is going on?. The VPI/VCI are correct, I build the serial cable, figure out the password and enter in admin mode, when I check the logs I get this: 000:00:18:06 ATM Info Wan0 Failed train: Init - CRCRA1_ERROR 000:00:18:06 ATM Info WAN 0 physical layer is down 000:00:18:06 COMMANDER Info WAN 0 physical layer is down 000:00:18:15 ATM Info Wan0 5120 Kbps Down, 256 Kbps Up, 6 dB Margin 000:00:18:15 ATM Info Wan0 Up 000:00:18:21 ATM Info Wan0 Margin 6 dB, 6 dB previous 000:00:18:21 ATM Info Wan0 ATM HEC Error Failure 000:00:18:22 ATM Info WAN 0 physical layer is down 000:00:19:04 ATM Info Wan0 5120 Kbps Down, 256 Kbps Up, 6 dB Margin 000:00:19:04 ATM Info Wan0 Up 000:00:19:10 ATM Info Wan0 Margin 6 dB, 6 dB previous 000:00:19:10 ATM Info Wan0 ATM HEC Error Failure 000:00:19:11 ATM Info WAN 0 physical layer is down 000:00:19:11 COMMANDER Info WAN 0 physical layer is down 000:00:19:40 ATM Info Wan0 Failed train: Init - STATE_TIME_OUT_ERROR_RX 000:00:19:40 ATM Info WAN 0 physical layer is down I have no idea what the hell is an HEC Error Failure, I was googling for a couple of hours but all that ATM stuff is hell complicated, that's why I'm writing here, perhaps one of you know something about this and can give me a hint of what could be the problem. for the very few I understand, I think that is something related to exceded error ratio from the ATM signal, but not sure. I know i can buy another ARESCOM 800 and have it as backup, but, besides have 3 Cisco 677 at hand, I want to know WHY is this happening, is not longer a necessity of the hardware, is of knowledge hehe. well any help, comment or hint about this will be very appreciated. thanks lightman Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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