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Problems with the internal modem

I am having problems with the internal modem. What should I do?

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My mother was told that she has a short in her modem can this be fixed or should i replace the modem


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I get momentary interruptions to my internet stream during which the Link light goes out on my cable modem for a few seconds and my computer attempts to reconnect to my router. These are brief...


If the "link" light on the modem is the one referring to the ADSL stream, you can rule out the router. If it's the one referring to the internal network, you can rule out the cable.

Of course you're still left with two candidates either way.

Many routers (and modems) have an user interface which may be accessed, often through the browser. Check on your network adapter properties to see the IP address of the gateway and try typing the same address in Internet Explorer address bar. You may be requested username and password (usually on the manual, on the contract, or possibly it's "admin/password", "admin/admin", "user/password" - or must be asked to tech support).

In this interface there's often a "log" window detailing what happened. You may see things like "lost carrier" or "retraining" meaning cable or modem problems, or you may see "uptime 5 minutes" meaning that the modem or router rebooted recently (possibly a defective AC adapter? Loose power connector?).

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If you want the public IP Address assign to your computer, setup your modem into Bridge then create a broadband dialer to your computer. Through this dialer, you have to type in your username and password which will allow you to connect to the internet.

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