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Old 11-22-05, 01:12 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Verizon Dsl Frequent Disconnects


I have verizon dsl, and I keep on getting disconnected from the net. Is there any logging tool that can tell me when and what time I get disconnected and reconnected to the net? Thanks for the help

I think it might be my jack, so i want to move it to a different jack and document my net activity there.

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dsl reports has a 24x7 line monitoring tool, the first week is free after that requires a membership.
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