I have 877 ADSL router with two issues concerning my connection. My first is that my DSL provider does not provide me with a stable service. On a daily basis my connection will drop in the morning and usually reconnects at around 896kbps average. By evening time, usually after 10pm, I can reset the connection and get 3mbps. I have had technician out whose best solution was to pull the 4 ethernet cables out from the back of the 877 switch as they "probably are causing interference". So you see I don't have much hope that things will get better from the ISP's standpoint. So I have three questions I really hoping to find an answer to:
1.) In the morning I would like to restart the connection and connect at a speed of my choosing. While at the time I am connected at say 3mbps at 8am, I know for fact it will drop at any time. I would like to at my convenience restart the connection at a lower speed thus to insure the SNR is within an acceptable range at this time. However I do not know what command to use, and on which interface (assuming ATM 0). Usually it is around this time I see the SNR start to drop (though it is never high to begin with). If I could manually resync at a lower speed I am hoping that the connection would then be in acceptable margin to maintain it during the day.
2.) Is there a quick method to restart the sync? At this time I just pull the physical cable out and reset it. I have 151-4.M3. Was hoping there was a quicj and easy command to resync the connection manually through a SSH connection.
3.) If my connection always, and I mean ALWAYS, is assured to drop in the morning (between 8-9am) with average speed of 800~1mbps, but after 10 to 11pm I can reconnect at 3mbps and maintain a stable connection, does this not seem that there is some interference at my local box? I should add I do live in an apartment building. I have tried to explain this to my ISP, who while on the phone tech support seem sympathetic, the actual technicians coming out don't seem to have a clue on this. I would love to ditch this and go back to cable, but am locked in with a contract.
Thanks for the responses. So is there a way I can set the speed on my end? Like I said in the morning I am sure to drop the connection. I would like to do this at my convenience at reconnect at a lower speed instead of waiting for it to randomly drop sometime in the morning. This way I don't have to deal with the stress of waiting to be disconnected when I am working remotely or downloading anything.
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