Apart from the Silo Overflow errors, and the HDLC errors now slewing
throught the logs, the modem problem may actually be something else?
The thing is, that the modem ocassionally goes into a "hung" state. It
doesn't hang up. It just wont send or receive anything. It can't talk to the
other end (isp) nor can they talk to me. yet everything is still up and
running. All appropriate lights on - just that it's hung.
I've tried a couple of different modems. A Hayes, and now an Acer, with much
the same problem
I might add, on the old 266Meg Pentium, running 2.2 - same modem, I never
had silo problems, but did ocassionally get the hung problem still.
What can cause this. Its a real nuisance!
Thanks for any pointers. I'm really at a bit of a loss to explain this. I
even have the phone line going through a UPS filter to filter out glitches
in the line.
It doesn't do it often - just usually in the wee hours, and I don't see it
till the next day. Or 5 minutes after I leave for the day!
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