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    Default Dropouts - How can I track/log them

    Hello all,

    I've recently upgraded from ADSL connection. I play World of Warcraft and have done for a number of years. Prior to the above change I had a "perfect" service from Telstra/bigpond with absolutely no disconnects during raids that my other guild mates were suffering.

    Now however, I've had many disconnects. It seems that the longer I've been online, the more "real the chance is" that I will disconnect usually in a raid.

    The only thing that has been changed here is the service that I'm now on. I have the same computer, the same phone connection/cable and modem.

    Is there any way to "track details" of each disconnect. Is there something that I can have running in the background (a log application) that will list whatever is happening with my network connection?

    I run a iMac 24", OSX 10.5.8. (core II duo).

    Thanks

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    Your modem should track this in a log,

    Go to your modem's admin page (usually 10.1.1.1) and poke around.

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