Open source firmware, better than factory fitted crap (e.g.RouterTech)

you can use the RUC backup files in case you go back to Aztech firmwares. PC Tool scrip runner shall do that.

For the time being, i dont think you have any problem other than non-blinking of Internet LED. Is that correct?

Moreover, is your disconnections problem solved?

Can you mention what are margins and attenuation values now?

Should I use the .bin config file generated by RUC?

Here are the stats, don't know what these mean though.

Modem Status

Connection Status Connected

Ds Rate (Kbps) 1051

Us Rate (Kbps) 285

DS Margin 17

US Margin -25

DS Line Attenuation 54

US Line Attenuation 36

Trained Modulation ADSL_2plus

LOS Errors 0

Peak Cell Rate 672 cells per sec

CRC Rx Fast 0

CRC Tx Fast 0

CRC Rx Interleaved 3

CRC Tx Interleaved 0

Path Mode Interleaved

After googling it, I know now that these are pretty bad stats for line attenuation n margins.

attenuation should be as low as possible and margin should be as high as possible, for a stable connection.

If you have an env-xxxxxxxx.txt file generated by RUC, you can use it in RUN SCRIPT facility of PC Tool. However, do it only when you have the Aztech firmware.