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Westel 6100F Hello, Each time my telephone rings the interne goes down.What can I do to avoid this situation?

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Ted, If you have checked all of your filters one by one and they are ok, I had the same problem. I even ran what they call a Home Run wire which is a direct line from your modem to the outside box and that did not work. After talking to numerous Techs. I was told it was the modem itself, if yours is less than a year old they should send you another one. I purchased a new one at Walmart for $69 that has that has a router built into it for my wireless laptop. It has the Verizon logo on the box and within ten minutes I was connected and havn't had the problem since.
Good Luck, Bob L.

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