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#1 Jove

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Posted 08 May 2013 - 04:55 PM

Yesterday my land line that my dial up connection uses kept being busy I tried another alternate IPS that was busy, . .

 

I plugged in my Phone and any number I called was busy.

 

It cam back on this morning, but, . . .

 

It happened again, on the PC then I went to the land line phone and dial tone but did not ring number.

 

I went to my cell to call that number it was a PC repair and I am getting a DE01GK message error

recording, . . .

 

saying to try the call again it can not be completed

I internet searched it but nothing is there, . . .

 

My ISP Connection is shifting between 28.8 and 36 Kbs but mostly 28.8

 

Whats going on ? Anybody know, . . .I'm getting a little paranoid !!


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Posted 08 May 2013 - 05:11 PM

Sounds like land line trouble. Either in the telecom switch or on the lines to your location.

Call your land line provider and have them run a diagnostic check on your land line. Someone from the telecom provider could have been working in the area temporarily, and disrupted service for a short window of time.

Also when you call for testing you can ask them to translate what that error message means in laymans terms.

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Posted 08 May 2013 - 05:27 PM

Yesterday my land line that my dial up connection uses kept being busy I tried another alternate IPS that was busy, . .

 

I plugged in my Phone and any number I called was busy.

 

It cam back on this morning, but, . . .

 

It happened again, on the PC then I went to the land line phone and dial tone but did not ring number.

 

I went to my cell to call that number it was a PC repair and I am getting a DE01GK message error

recording, . . .

 

saying to try the call again it can not be completed

I internet searched it but nothing is there, . . .

 

My ISP Connection is shifting between 28.8 and 36 Kbs but mostly 28.8

 

Whats going on ? Anybody know, . . .I'm getting a little paranoid !!

 

 

I am talking both Land Line and Cell Phone problem at the say minute today, . .but last night I call repair they can't get here till the 13th, . and they ran a check and told me they could not find the problem, . . .

however I plugged the phone into the house box and got the busy signal there so its not in my work shop

 

 

Leaving me with three options, two go like this, enemy of freedom, or cell phone is going haywire, and jumbleing up something

 

the third is unknown.

 

Also, don't you think there should be a standard code definition for DE01GK ?


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Posted 08 May 2013 - 06:49 PM

A busy signal indicates there is a 'loop' meaning that something is creating an off hook condition. Be it at the switch or anywhere from the carrier switch all the way to the physical instrument you communicate with and any 'extensions' of that line.

No each telco provider has their own codes. What one carrier uses is not necessarily used by anyone else. Some more common ones maybe, but it's not a guarantee.

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Posted 08 May 2013 - 08:51 PM

I see but the connection to the PC and later used by the telephone transmitted the busy signal

then the outside box did the same, so, . . .it is out of my technical use and in theirs,

yet they are not able to detect the problem, that to me is a flaw in 21st century capabilities.

 

Ok thanks for your time and efforts Animal

 

 

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My ISP Connection is shifting between 28.8 and 36 Kbs but mostly 28.8 ?


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Posted 08 May 2013 - 09:48 PM

Since each call to a telco switch never hits the same exact port twice with the same signal strength. Plus add the distance of copper and temperature of that copper at any given time day or night and you have signal variables. I don't know how old or sensitive to signal strength your modem is. Nor am I familiar with the quality of wiring in your location which also affect dialup performance quality.

So in short it would be impossible for me to comment with any certainty on your dialup connection service levels.

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