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I have a Westell 6100g and I have to reboot the modem at least twice a day. Some information on the modem:
Software Version: VER:5.01.00.04.
Transceiver Revision: 22.214.171.124.0.1.
Model Name: G90-610015-20.
Configuration: 096-900207-00 A.
It’s connected to a Belkin N150 Enhanced Wireless Router F6D4230-4 (V2). I went into the web interface of the modem and the Margin (dB) for the Down Stream Path is 4.3 which is considered low, correct? Line Attenuation is 34.4 dB and Transmit Power is 20.2 dB. For the Up Stream Path the Margin is 9.8 dB, 15.0 sB for Line Attenuation and 12.1 dB for Transmit Power. DSL speed according to the web interface is 10,424 Kbits/sec down and 869 Kbits/sec up.
Guys any additional information can be found here.
Did the honor of replying at DSLReports but I'll re-iterate.
It seems your line is having a length/noise issue and as mentioned over at DSLReports your noise margin is much too low. Your modem is having to re-train as a result. You need to try connecting your modem to the NID to see if we can get better statistics out of the line. Also, if it is better a home run to the modem from the NID may be in order. Verizon used to run those to folks who got 7Mbps or higher speeds free of charge, and they probably do on request but in the past it was automatic.