Question about IBM ThinkPad T43 Notebook
I have a T43 TP 2668-C5U and it was working fine. Then one day all of a sudden I noticed that my internet connection goes out periodically. It happens when I'll be using the computer and then go away for a few minutes or hours and then come back to the computer. I had the modem checked as well as bought a new ethernet cord in case those were the causes and that did fix the problem. Another thing is that when this happens, the connect can be restored in any number of ways including, restarting the computer, restrating the modem, going to the network connection in control panel and "repairing connection," and sometimes just unplugging and replugging the ethernet cord from the computer. What is going on and how can I fix this? Is there some kind of diagnostic program I can run to determine the exact nature of the problem? Thanks!
You may want to check how often the modem renews license.
I had a problem with my modem but when I added a router or hub and set up my computers with a static addresses I no longer had that problem(I had to add a router because my ISP would not let me alter the configuration on my modem)
My nextel modem renews every hour.
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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