1. Long delay while plug in the Adsl cable to Cisco 827 dsl port.
While plug in/out the Adsl cable (RJ11) to the Cisco 827 Adsl port, I had to wait for around 6-9 minutes for link up status. Could you please advice on any parameter setting to fine tuning this timing. I would like to have the link up asap when cable plug in.
2. How to monitor the real traffic of Dsl link.
I intend to check the real traffic utilization in the Adsl link. I am setting in at 8M downlink and 640k Uplink. Please advice on which command to check this real time traffic utilization.
3. Any Gui web browser support for 6015 Dslam
Any web browser management support for this Cisco 6105 Dslam ? It is more user friendly if it have a GUI interface for this equipment configuration and management.
When the adsl cd led blinks, it tries to trainup with dslam. If it keeps on retraining like that for 6-9 mins, that means there could be a physical layer issue or above. Try reducing the data rates for trainup.
What does that adsl line is configured for? PPPoA, PPPoE, 1483 bridging?
Based on the adsl line configured, we can use some debug commands to troubleshoot more.
2)sh interface atm0 will give you real time input and output packets rates.
Another useful command is "show dsl interface atm0"
Same above link will explain that too.
3)To manage dslams via gui, you can use Cisco DSL Manager.
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