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Intermittent loss of connectivity.

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Intermittent loss of connectivity.

Hi,
I have my own VoIP Server hosted in TeleHouse and the phone on my desk has registered with the server several times this morning. I was wondering if there were any network  issues that may relate to this.
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Re: Intermittent loss of connectivity.

Hi Mook,
None that I'm currently aware of, your line looks stable too so no issues on that front.
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 Chris Parr
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Re: Intermittent loss of connectivity.

Jeez, that was quick. Thanks for that, was that both lines you checked?
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Re: Intermittent loss of connectivity.

Yep, both showing uptime of over 13 days.
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Re: Intermittent loss of connectivity.

Thanks again Chris. I'll just keep my eye on it from here then. Just thought I'd ask.
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Re: Intermittent loss of connectivity.

OK, the VoIP phone as just gone offline again so while it was off I tried a tracepath to the server only to be told that the host could not be resolved, implying an error. A this moment I'm using 212.159.6.10 Primary and 212.159.6.9 Secondary.
According to my router my connections have been up for 13 days, 7 hours and 50 minutes, could this then mean a routing issue? Which would explain why DNS wasn't reachable?
Are you sure there's nothing wrong with or on the network? As I'm not convinced. I've got a tracepath lined up using the IP address for the next time it happens, to see how far it gets.