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No Internet since morning (03-09-2019)

  • 3 september 2019
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My router is switched off every night and switched on back in the morning. But this morning (around 6:30 ), when it was switched on - No Internet. Then internet appeared around 7:00. I did some tests, so I switched the router off, and then on - No internet again. It's still the problem up to now. It looks like IP address cannot be allocated. I had this problem already a few times within year 2019. Sometime there was no internet for a week, then it appeared. My post code is 3452BJ (Utrech-Vleuten)

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Hey @opechunka,

I see that you've spoken my colleague yesterday. Apparently a visit from our engineer is required. You can easily make an appointment on this number: 088 - 2000 151. Our engineer will do their utterly best to solve this problem for you. I'm so sorry for the inconvenience!
The problem happens when the router is switched off and then on. Very often external IP is not obtained. The router requests IP via DHCP and the response is NAC. That is a problem. Yesterday, after a few hours after the router was switchec on, the IP was obtained finaly. And I didn't have time to continue doing experiments. So the router is still on , was not switched off since then and Internet is available. It's definitely an IT infrastructure problem. What is the reason to invite T-Mobile engeneer into my house and waste my whole working day?
Since topic start is in English, I’ll post my reply also in English.

I experience the exact same issue as topic starter. Sometimes when the modem has been off for some time (and exceptionally also when I power cycle the modem) it takes ages before it gets an external IP.

When this problem occurs, the modem reports “IPv4 status: Connecting” for INTERNET_VOICE_R_VID300_ETH on the internet status page.

I don’t known if it is a regional problem, but I live in the same area (zip code 3543, Utrecht)

Would be nice if something can be done to resolve this.
So, since the yesterday. The internet works again. Now external IP is leased just for 15 minutes and every 15 minutes it's been renewed.

Question to T_Mobile staff. I have an appointment for 25th of September with T-Mobile (Guidion Telecom) technician As it seems the problem has been solved, does it makes sense to have an appointment still or cancel it?

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@RobbertPr This could be because the modem hasn't been connected in some time, in that case the IP address could change as well. I would recommended leaving the modem powered on.

@opechunka Good to hear your connection problems are solved but a 15 minuten isn't really what's supposed to happen. Are you using your own modem or the own supplied by us? And does it happen with both modems? In that case a mechanic won't be able to fix the issue like you rightly stated and I will cancel the appointment for you.
@RobbertPr This could be because the modem hasn't been connected in some time, in that case the IP address could change as well. I would recommended leaving the modem powered on.

@opechunka Good to hear your connection problems are solved but a 15 minuten isn't really what's supposed to happen. Are you using your own modem or the own supplied by us? And does it happen with both modems? In that case a mechanic won't be able to fix the issue like you rightly stated and I will cancel the appointment for you.


@Brian. So for a week no problems with Internet. Just checked, the IP is leased for 1 hour. Then every hour it's been renewed.
I'm using my own modem with media converter. But as soon as I have problems with Internet, I put back original Vigor modem. As your staff want just to here that the original modem is connected, then the only thing what they are thought to do is ask to reset modem. Ask whether do I have my problems only via WiFi or with network cable connected PC too. And finally 99% solution is to arrange an appointment with a mechanic. Because it's the only possible solution when mechanic will come to my home and will fix something mysteriously.:))) Your staff on the phone at customer service don't understand any word what I'm trying to explain the issue is about. They are complete laymen at the IT. And sometime they still try to convince me that this is normal to wait until modem is connected (get Ext. IP) for 10-15 minutes! Ok, but it's even not the case. Because sometime it doesn't get IP for days!
When problem exist it doesn't matter which modem is used. When no problems, it also doesn't matter - both works then.

So what are we doing with an appointment on 25-th of September?

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