Problem is this, i keep getting disconnected from the internet and it reconnects itself about every 10 seconds. this is very annoying since my brother and my cousin use IM a lot and i play online games.
i've had problems with my router before so i replaced it about 10 months ago. everything was fine until a couple months ago. i'm thinking about replacing the modem this time but i'm not sure if this will actually help.
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Try rebooting the device by unplugging and reconnecting the power supply. If that doesn't help, try pushing the reset modem at the back (most modems have this) for about 30 seconds with a pen or toothpick. When neither helps and DSL keeps blinking, contact your ISP's helpdesk and check if you still have warranty on your modem.
With this kind of problem, its showing that the modem is not acting well. You don't want to keep on getting disconnected from you internet. Just call your internet provider and have them replace the modem because modems just don't reset by itself. Be aggressive when asking them to replace the modem . ^_^
If you are using the google chrome browser, there are a number of issues that would cause that error. I would try testing with another browser to see if you can connect. ( IE, firefox, opera.) if you can get to the net with another browser, google has posted this info.
Update your drivers and then do a speed test. Most isp send updates to the subscribers when they update, yours may not. Don't forget to check all of your connections before wasting time calling your isp. I trust this test the most. Rember you don't always get what you pay for. http://www.speedtest.net/
Have you tried removing the AC power from the modem for at least 10 seconds, and then re-applying power? This will cause your ISP to reconnect and reassign your IP address. Then your modem should allow you to connect.
--is your dlink directly connected to the internet cable ( rj 11)
--if it is having a modem in between
--we need to check with the modem status also
--the problem might also accure with the internet service provider
--check with them if they have any sort of outage in the area.
--as well as our doubt about the telephone line might also b correct
--as well as check if your router is not placed on floor
--your router should be near about five feet above the ground level.
--it may create a static and interuppt the signals
--make sure that you dont have any electro magnetic devices near by our router
--maybe satellite/Direct T.V. or fax machine, etc