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Internet connection dis connects

I have a dsl router and it keeps disconnecting all the time!

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  • GurraG Jul 27, 2008

    My DSL connection allways sets up correctly and fast.

    However my Lan connection never comes up.

    I have change to another modem, same behavior.

    I have changed ethernet cable and also to cross-over, same behavior.

    I have tried with another laptop, same behavior.



    Could the ISP or DSL connection influense the LAN connection?



    Please advice, I'm going mad.

  • Jyackle5
    Jyackle5 Dec 15, 2008

    My deak top can get on ok but about 5 mins latter I get disconnected. would like to get help on why. Thanks Jon

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