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Just training, or something else?

Pyrii
Grafter
Posts: 79
Registered: 06-06-2013

Just training, or something else?

Just woke up and noticed my internet had a massive blip last night, a quick look at my router logs and TBB graph don't reveal much other than an outage and now I appear to have interleaving.

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  Jun 18 18:19:45  syslog  -- MARK --
  Jun 18 19:19:45  syslog  -- MARK --
  Jun 18 20:19:45  syslog  -- MARK --
  Jun 18 21:19:45  syslog  -- MARK --
  Jun 18 22:19:45  syslog  -- MARK --
  Jun 18 22:23:21  daemon  pppd[635]: LCP terminated by peer
  Jun 18 22:23:21  daemon  pppd[635]: LCP terminated by peer
  Jun 18 22:23:21  daemon  pppd[635]: Clear IP addresses.  Connection DOWN.
  Jun 18 22:23:21  daemon  pppd[635]: Clear IP addresses.
  Jun 18 22:23:21  daemon  pppd[635]: Couldn't increase MTU to 1500.
  Jun 18 22:23:21  daemon  pppd[635]: Couldn't increase MRU to 1500
  Jun 18 22:23:21  user  syslog: begin: interface: ppp_ewan_1 go to down
  Jun 18 22:23:21  user  syslog: end: interface: ppp_ewan_1 go to down
  Jun 18 22:23:21  daemon  pppd[635]: PPPoE: Terminating on signal 15.
  Jun 18 22:23:24  daemon  pppd[635]: Connection terminated.
  Jun 18 22:23:24  daemon  pppd[635]: Connect time 603.2 minutes.
  Jun 18 22:23:24  daemon  pppd[635]: Sent 5479162784 bytes, received 5379943160 bytes.
  Jun 18 22:23:24  user  kernel: dev_shutdown, dec ppp device refcnt, dev->refcnt=4
  Jun 18 22:23:24  user  kernel: unregister_netdevice: waiting for ppp_ewan_1 to become free. Usage count = -1
  Jun 18 22:23:24  user  kernel: dev->name = ppp_ewan_1, dev->refcnt=-1
  Jun 18 22:23:24  user  kernel: after reset to 0, dev->refcnt=0
  Jun 18 22:23:24  daemon  pppd[635]: Doing disconnect
  Jun 18 22:23:27  daemon  pppd[635]: Exit.
  Jun 18 22:23:28  daemon  pppd[1114]: pppd 2.4.1 started by admin, uid 0
  Jun 18 22:23:28  daemon  pppd[1114]: PPP: Start to connect ...
  Jun 18 22:23:28  daemon  pppd[1114]: PPP server detected.
  Jun 18 22:23:28  daemon  pppd[1114]: PPP session established.
  Jun 18 22:23:28  daemon  pppd[1114]: Using interface pppewan_1
  Jun 18 22:23:28  daemon  pppd[1114]: Connect: ppp_ewan_1 <--> eth0
  Jun 18 22:23:28  daemon  pppd[1114]: Couldn't increase MTU to 1500.
  Jun 18 22:23:28  daemon  pppd[1114]: Couldn't increase MRU to 1500
  Jun 18 22:23:28  daemon  pppd[1114]: Couldn't increase MRU to 1500
  Jun 18 22:23:28  daemon  pppd[1114]: PPP LCP UP.
  Jun 18 22:24:13  daemon  pppd[1114]: Couldn't increase MTU to 1500.
  Jun 18 22:24:13  daemon  pppd[1114]: Couldn't increase MRU to 1500
  Jun 18 22:24:13  daemon  pppd[1114]: Couldn't increase MRU to 1500
  Jun 18 22:24:13  daemon  pppd[1114]: PPP LCP UP.
  Jun 18 22:24:33  daemon  pppd[1114]: local  IP address x.x.x.x
  Jun 18 22:24:33  daemon  pppd[1114]: remote IP address x.x.x.x
  Jun 18 22:24:33  daemon  pppd[1114]: primary  DNS address 212.159.6.10
  Jun 18 22:24:33  daemon  pppd[1114]: secondary DNS address 212.159.6.9
  Jun 18 22:24:33  daemon  dnsmasq[87]: using nameserver 212.159.6.9#53
  Jun 18 22:24:33  daemon  dnsmasq[87]: using nameserver 212.159.6.10#53
  Jun 18 22:24:33  daemon  pppd[1114]: Received valid IP address from server.  Connection UP.
  Jun 18 22:24:34  user  syslog: begin: interface: ppp_ewan_1 go to up
  Jun 18 22:24:34  daemon  UPNPD[732]: received signal 15, good-bye
  Jun 18 22:24:36  daemon  UPNPD[1311]: HTTP listening on port 2800
  Jun 18 22:24:39  user  syslog: end: interface: ppp_ewan_1 go to up
  Jun 18 23:19:45  syslog  -- MARK --
  Jun 19 00:19:45  syslog  -- MARK --

*scratches her head* I'd kinda like some sort of details as to what happened to cause the outage please if possible.
7 REPLIES
bradw
Grafter
Posts: 105
Registered: 21-05-2013

Re: Just training, or something else?

Might be worth checking if your IP profile has changed at http://speedtest.btwholesale.com/ (after the speed test hit further diagnostics)
Probably the cause of DLM... Sad
Pyrii
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Posts: 79
Registered: 06-06-2013

Re: Just training, or something else?

It seems I was hit with the same "Epic Blip" that affected a whole bunch of other people last night: http://community.plus.net/forum/index.php/topic,115914.0.html
And other people's profiles look to be affected as well.
EDIT: My profile does seem to have taken a hit, but a very tiny one it seems. Speeds are not worth looking at as I have iPlayer running atm (Spawtspawtspawtspawts)
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Download speed achieved during the test was - 71.6 Mbps
For your connection, the acceptable range of speedsis 16 Mbps-77.33 Mbps .
Additional Information:
IP Profile for your line is - 77.33 Mbps
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Upload speed achieved during the test was - 15.07Mbps
Additional Information:
Upstream Rate IP profile on your line is - 20 Mbps
Plusnet Help Team
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Re: Just training, or something else?

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It seems I was hit with the same "Epic Blip" that affected a whole bunch of other people last night:

Hey there, we can't always attribute the cause of an isolated issue like that but we are aware that some planned engineering works carried out by our suppliers over ran during the cause of last night.
BTW I've just been able to "bump" the profile back up a bit for you.
Adam

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 Adam Walker
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Pyrii
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Registered: 06-06-2013

Re: Just training, or something else?

As far as I know, the engineering was at 2am this morning, not 10-11pm last night, which is when the disconnections of people's broadband occured, causing many profile changes.
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Re: Just training, or something else?

Are you sure your sync dropped & Interleaving has been applied, the increased ping could be just down to the particular Gateway you are on.
Pyrii
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Registered: 06-06-2013

Re: Just training, or something else?

*points up at the router logs* I dunno about sync, but the router definately was told to stop the PPPoE connection for a few minutes.
I don't have access to the same data the PN staff have, which is why I made a thread looking into diagnosis.
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Re: Just training, or something else?

That'll cause a Gateway change usually. If you want to Gateway hop, log in to your router and look for your Internet Connection and click Disconnect. This drops the PPP session to the ISP. Wait about 30 seconds and then Click Connect.