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Logged off How do I keep my computer logged on to the our home network. When we have no activity the systems logs off.

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    A Womans Computer Man May 11, 2010

    hmmm...the network logs you off..or your computer does...

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The LAN should not ever log off but either you are talking about the Internet, which can, microwave devices (ovens, wireless phones) that intermittently interfere or dynamic ip addressing cycles that assign you the 169.xxx.xx.x from within Windows attention deficit disorder manager. You can assure static assignments of ip addresses for your LAN (write down the ip address and default gateway when you are logged on to see what they should be) or log on to your router (Start>Run> type http://192.168.1.1 for Linksys, user name linksys, password is admin and you can configure your LAN and WAN. Select DHCP for cable modems, PPPoE for DSL or STATIC for ensuring LAN ip address assignments. ~Steve

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