Very unstable Internet Connection

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Well I seem to be having major problems with my connection and its driving me up the wall.

Ever since having the IDNet BB put in to this address it seems the longest connection time without dropping is about 10 hours.

Wondering if there is something wrong at my end, ID Net end or BT end.

Anyway thats enough of the rant now on to the specifics.

Tonight has been terrible and so far I have had 14 disconnects in the last 30 minutes.

I am using a Belkin N1 high performance router - seems to be fairly comprehensive.

But from the security logs I have recovered the following:
Jul 10 21:10:39 (none) user.alert kernel: RemoteAccess: IN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= RemoteAccess : 64.233.177.99 attempting to remotely manage the Router 155

Jul 10 21:10:40 (none) user.alert kernel: RemoteAccess: IN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= RemoteAccess : 64.233.177.99 attempting to remotely manage the Router 155

Jul 10 21:10:42 (none) user.alert kernel: RemoteAccess: IN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= RemoteAccess : 64.233.177.99 attempting to remotely manage the Router 155

Jul 10 21:10:46 (none) user.alert kernel: RemoteAccess: IN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= RemoteAccess : 64.233.177.99 attempting to remotely manage the Router 155

Jul 10 21:10:54 (none) user.alert kernel: RemoteAccess: IN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= RemoteAccess : 64.233.177.99 attempting to remotely manage the Router 155

Jul 10 21:19:02 (none) user.alert kernel: RemoteAccess: IN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= RemoteAccess : 212.135.93.136 attempting to remotely manage the Router 156

Jul 10 21:19:03 (none) user.alert kernel: RemoteAccess: IN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= RemoteAccess : 212.135.93.136 attempting to remotely manage the Router 156

Jul 10 21:19:04 (none) user.alert kernel: RemoteAccess: IN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= RemoteAccess : 212.135.93.136 attempting to remotely manage the Router 156

Jul 10 21:23:39 (none) user.alert kernel: LANDATTACKIN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= attack detected from 60.172.220.10 116

Jul 10 21:23:39 (none) user.alert kernel: SYNFLOODIN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= attack detected from 60.172.220.10 114

Jul 10 21:23:39 (none) user.alert kernel: RemoteAccess: IN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= RemoteAccess : 60.172.220.10 attempting to remotely manage the Router 155

Jul 10 21:25:01 (none) user.alert kernel: LANDATTACKIN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= attack detected from 219.148.119.2 116

Jul 10 21:25:01 (none) user.alert kernel: SYNFLOODIN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= attack detected from 219.148.119.2 114

Jul 10 21:25:01 (none) user.alert kernel: RemoteAccess: IN=ppp_0_38_1 OUT= MAC= RemoteAccess : 219.148.119.2 attempting to remotely manage the Router 155

I imagine that this is not helping the situation but is it the root cause? If it is how do I go about fixing the problem? I have ran full scans (virus/malware) using 3 different programs (zonealarm pro / ad aware / spybot) and the PC is clean.

On the router homepage it gives the following information:

ADSL
Type Interleave
Status No Defect

Downstream Upstream
Date rate(Kbps)
5632 448
Noise margin (dB)
15.8 28.0
Output power (dBm)
19.8 11.9

Attenuation (dB)
29.0 16.5

I am getting to my wits end as I am trying to do some work but with the connection dropping I do not know what I can do.

Any help would be very much appreciated.
 
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