Here's the interesting part - I've been on the road for a week, and with two more weeks to go on the road, I've lost all connection to the servers at home. Nothing at home is accessible anymore, EXCEPT the Sonic ATA. Interestingly, the ATA is still registered and indeed I can even phone it. I don't use the SOnic voicemail service and have an answering machine connected directly to the ATA, so I'm pretty sure the call is actually getting thru to the box in my house.
Even more interestingly, one of the servers emails me a status report every hour and from that it would appear that the connection dropped at exactly midnight PDT last night. That could be a coincidence, but the timing is suggestive. If I was home I'd look at it and try to figure out what was going on, but I'm thousands of miles away.
Does anybody have any ideas or suggestions? I tried calling Sonic support, but other than confirming that my ATA was indeed still online, they couldn't help.
Did AT&T roll out any firmware updates for the NVG589 recently? I'm wondering if AT&T updated my modem and it's broken something.
Or as anybody had AT&T change their "dynamic" IP without warning ?