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Stop a Local area network from timing out

I have connected my computer downstaires to my computer up stairs though a netgear wall XE103 and then to our router. It connects just fine and i can get to google and search but after about 2 minuets the connection dosn't work anymore, its not reciving any more packets, and i have to reset my computer. Feel free to ask for more information.

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Do you use a firewall?
If yes, have you tried it while your firewalls are deactivated (on both computers)? If it works with the deactivated firewall, find out whether the firewall prevents the application from using the network (unlikely) or whether it prevents specific ports from being used.

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