[NCLUG] Wanted: DMT DSL Modem. Cisco 678?
jvnn at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 8 18:27:46 MST 2005
Hey Bob, I have a 678 you can have. I've never had it
working. (I got it from somebody on the list a while
back) I've got a 675 you can have too, if you want
it, Docs and other stuff galore, you can have the
whole lot. I know you from playing go way back.
--- Bob Proulx <bob at proulx.com> wrote:
> I have recently upgraded my Fort Collins Qwest DSL
> line from CAP to
> DMT in order to take the speed to 1.5/1 Mbs down/up.
> My old trusty
> Cisco 675 only does CAP. I borrowed a Cisco 678
> from a friend. But I
> could not talk him into selling it to me. He is
> planning on using it
> himself again very soon. This may not be a bad
> thing. I fear this
> particular modem may be flakey. Periodically my
> connection gets into
> a high packet loss state. Is it the modem, the
> line, the ISP
> equipment? Not sure. Sometimes reseting things
> helps. Sometimes it
> does not. I need to replace the modem regardless so
> I am going to
> work that angle first. I am thinking the problem is
> the modem.
> That puts me in the market for a DMT capable DSL
> modem. The current
> new ones are the ActionTec. But I think I would
> prefer a Cisco 678
> which unfortunately is no longer manufactured. I
> need to start
> looking on eBay to see what kinds of deals I can
> find. But I would
> prefer to find one in the Fort Collins and nearby
> area that I could
> just drive to and pick up from someone. If you
> happen to have one of
> these that you would be willing to sell I would be
> interested in
> talking to you. I would prefer a Cisco 678 but may
> be interested in
> the ActionTec so I can debug a routing problem I
> can't figure out with
> the Cisco. But that is another story.
> Bob Proulx <bob at proulx.com>
>  If the page is not dead due to packet loss you
> can see the
> real time loss of my system.
> Since the above hopefully will be resolved soon,
> here are two
> particularly bad days just so you can see the
> trouble I am having.
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