Last Updated: 30th March 2005
Again another simple but powerful bit of software:
I was having serious problems with BT cutting off due to crackles on the line yet they would not do anything about it.
I knew the USR 9106 Router I owned was logging all the problems and also gave some useful information like the speed it was talking to the exchange at..
30/03/2005 23:38:50: <10>klogd: ADSL link down
30/03/2005 23:38:52: <10>klogd: ADSL G.994 training
30/03/2005 23:38:55: <10>klogd: ADSL G.992 started
30/03/2005 23:38:57: <10>klogd: ADSL G.992 channel analysis
30/03/2005 23:39:01: <10>klogd: ADSL link up, fast, us=288, ds=576
So I created USRLogging to take the information sent out by the router and save it to a file!
I hope others find this useful.
REMEMBER TO TURN ON LOGGING! (Statistics -->
System Log --> Configure System Log)
Log Level: Debug
Display Level: Debug
Server IP Address: <Your computer!> (ie, 10.0.0.167)
Server UDP Port: 514