Question about NetGear DG834G Router
I have recently bought a Netgear dg834g and configured to be the access point of my home office. I have three computers attached to it: one apple macbook, one apple macmini and an acer aspireone.
Each computer works perfectly and I can surf the net.
The problem is that after a while, the router stops routing traffic in the local network so I cannot see the other computer. I cannot ping them...
If I restart the router, everything starts working again... for a while...
What can it be?
Thanks in advance
Upgrade the firmware on the router. If possible assign static IPs on the computers.
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Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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