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ODU Status Inactive

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Apr 22nd, 2012 at 9:32am  
Hi Guys,

I had a major problem with my too way setup yesterday whereby the ODU would go to inactive for a second or two then come back. I was transmitting at the time and the bytes seem to be continuing to send. The Rx status was also still updating but the Cable resistance and attenuation went to N/A. Any Ideas what this could be? I'm thinking a dodgy connection rather than a cable fault. Other than that the only other thing that could be the issue is that we had a LOT of stuff running off one mains socket with lots of mains cables around the modem. Is it possible the modem was affected by interference?
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Reply #1 - May 2nd, 2012 at 8:22am  
OK, reused the system the other day at Earls Court and the connection was steady. Seems like it may have been interference from either the masses of cable reels around the router or something dodgy on the mains supply (The same extension was used for a DJ and amplifier).

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