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sandersja

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Is there any way to make WinRoute pause between connection attempts? My connection occasionally gets dropped, and WinRoute will immediately try to reconnect. Sometimes it works, usually it doesn't. I use RASPPPOE to connect to my ISP. It takes time for both my ISP and RASPPPOE to figure out that the session has been dropped and for everything to clear.

If I set the connection to "manual" and dial the connection about 30 seconds after it drops, all is well. If I use persistent or on-demand dial, WinRoute keeps trying to connect before RASPPPOE has cleared the session and my ISP's hardware has determined that the line has dropped. This results in numerous RASPPPOE errors and ultimately locks up the modem requiring a hard reset. Once the modem is reset, WinRoute connects.

A simple setting like "wait before redial" could be placed under Interface Settings -> Dialing Settings -> Advanced. The value could be specified in seconds and adjustable via a spinner or direct numeric entry.

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James
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deftoner

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What SO ar you using?

depending on that you can use the autoconnect of SO.

and make that Winroute use the connection as manual.

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sandersja

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Are you asking what O/S i'm using? If so, Windows 2003 Server ...
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