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Xellos-_^ 2010-12-14 00:15

Modem Disconnecting when Using BT
 
Windows 7 64bit with 4gb of memory
2701HG-B wireless gateway
Bitcomet 0.70

when I am using bt to download stuff my modem would get disconnected form the internet form time to time.

Here are errors I see on the Event Viewers

Event ID 1014
DNS Client Events - Name Resolution for the name isatap.gateway.2wire.net timed out after none of the the configure DNS servers responded.

Event ID 1
RTL8167 - Realtek PCIe FE Family controller is disconnected form network.

Vexx 2010-12-14 14:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by Xellos-_^ (Post 3390732)
Windows 7 64bit with 4gb of memory
2701HG-B wireless gateway
Bitcomet 0.70

when I am using bt to download stuff my modem would get disconnected form the internet form time to time.

Here are errors I see on the Event Viewers

Event ID 1014
DNS Client Events - Name Resolution for the name isatap.gateway.2wire.net timed out after none of the the configure DNS servers responded.

Event ID 1
RTL8167 - Realtek PCIe FE Family controller is disconnected form network.

That's a somewhat vague error message. 1) It may be saying why it can't reconnect (it can't get DHCP to respond for configuration).
2) It MAY be that bitcomet is asking for too many name requests at once or too many connections at once and your network DNS servers thinks they are being DDOS'd. There are a number of business routers on the market that automatically shut down connectivity from computers running unthrottled torrents and ID them as possible DDOS bots.

Several things to try:
1) I don't use bitcomet but I assume it has knobs so you can throttle down the number of connections and requests.
2) try a different client and see what happens.


It may also be that your modem/router drops a lot and you only notice it with persistent connections. I have had a few cards and routers I've found that were terrible with persistent connections because they kept dropping and renegotiating their connection.

Swapping out for a different brand to test might be instructive. Some home-use routers are simply don't have the specs to handle torrents. One thing to note with routers is that there *is* some correlation between how much you pay and how robust the router is. More expensive routers can handle more connections, have bigger buffers, more dynamic memory, etc. But check the specs to be sure obviously.


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