Question about Computers & Internet
Check your cable modem settings (in the interface) ...some connections are set to "expire" after a certain amount of time. If you see a "on demand" or "always on" option, choose that (preferably the latter).
Not sure if that's the problem, though - if not, you need to contact Comcast, but try that first.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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