Recently I am having a lot of issues with my crappy ISP. I get frequent disconnections, and when (or I should say if :rolleyes:) the modem is able to reconnect speed connection is lower than normal.
I already talked a lot of times with tech support, and yesterday a technician come to my home to check the line. After a lot of blah blah, it seemed that the problem was solved (the tech guy said that there was a defective component in the central, and they fixed it), but about 1 hour ago the problem started again, worst than before: 8 disconnections in 15 minutes :doh:
Of course, the n-th call to tech support produced no result. Probably tomorrow someone will check again the central (or whatever it is called the thing managing all adsl connections in my local zone), but I'm almost certain that this problem will be not fixed anytime soon :Z
I was able to notice the many consecutive disconnections because I was at the keyboard chatting with my brother via msn, and of course it was pretty difficult to make a conversation after so many disconnections :a but I'm curious to know exactly how the connection behave when I'm not at the keyboard. This will allow me to show the tech guy what exactly happen during the day, and that I'm not joking.
I need a tool (possibly freeware) that record a graph of all activity, so I can find exactly how many disconnections I get. There is something that can do this?
I already found some tools, like NetWorx, but even if it is very nice (and also portable, so no installation is required), it is not possible to record the graph.
Thanks in advance