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My AT&T DSL fluctuates from full throttle to zero in a very regular pattern (using different modems, using different computers with different operating systems)… and having tested one computer and modem at one of my neighbors that is far enough to be on a different path but most probably to the same end office (where it functioned flawlessly)…

DSL Data Pattern for Suspected Network Failure

Pattern while downloading a large file (is typical of all downloads)… What is the problem and how can AT&T fix it?

Trace routes with 4th hop timing out frequently

Trace routes with 4th hop timing out frequently

Have a look and tell me what you see to be the issue and the resolution… Thanks, J

AT&T technician Ray looked at the data, ran some tests, called the ‘office’, had an AT&T router reconfigured (one in the EastBay) and all is right with the internet world (WoooHooo)…

three separate DSL downloads without any interruptions

Three separate file downloads without interruption… what a DSL data plot should look like

I am much more concerned with the legislative gridlock than I am afraid of the results of any Congressional agreement.

The US Congress, however, needs a housecleaning… Either the President or the People need to insist that there needs to be forceful deadlines that have some teeth. If a ‘super committee’ cannot come to an agreement, then they should not be allowed to continue in Congress. We have moved for term limits, let’s go for expulsion or for a penalty censures committee members with a black mark that *ends* their political career.

The pain of legislative failure must outweigh the political reward of legislative failure… At this point I am more afraid of ‘no decision’ than I am of any compromise between them… If they cannot agree, fire them all and start again…

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