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Re: internet keeps disconnecting
-- who is your internet service provider -- what is the operating system of your computer? -- is this working fine before or is this a brand new router
you may try this and see if this help solve your problem. make sure your computer is directly connected to the router
Step 1: Shutdown the computer. Step 2: reset the router while power on then Unplug the router’s power cable. Step 3: Unplug the Broadband modem’s power cable and wait for 30 seconds. Step 4: Plug in the Broadband modem’s power cable and wait for its lights to appear stable. Step 5: Plug in the router's power cable once the modem’s lights appear stable. Step 6: Power on the computer on and configure the router settings Step 7: test the Internet connection.
if this still didnot work, upgrade the firmware of your router
configuring the router settings will depends who is your provider. if your isp is dsl you need to configure your ISP username and password on the router. if your router is a cable no need to change any settings on the router. it should automatically work
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you need to configure the dsl modem to be on bridge mode after you did it successfully. that is the time you configure your d-link for you to connect to the internet.
call first your ISP to configure the modem to Bridge mode after that call your manufacturer of the dlink for them to configure your connection
Hope the modem is and ADSL or any other Internet modem. Plug the modem ethernet cable into the WAN port on the router. Go into
the router and configure PPoE with username and password. Set up a LAN
connection to the router on your computer. Make sure that your firewall
is not blocking the router internet connection.
If the port is not lighting up, it may be a dead port. You have to check the ip addresses. I thinks that might be the problem. You can check using Start_>RUN->cmd and hit enter. The type ipconfig /all. Check the ip address settings. If they are in different subnets, you have to configure it. I think your router assigns dhcp addresses. Modem is assigned an ip address from the Internet Service Provider. What you have to do is get a browser and go type the router address. Then authenticate yourself and change wan settings. Configure everything there to use the modem as a part of the router. (ISP information should be provided there). Then make sure that your router doesn't assign a dhcp addres to the modem. Try to configure and check. Hope this would help you. :) tc
Check the "keep alive" settings in your router, there is usually a choice between having it constantly "pinging" to keep the connection open, or letting it disconnect when it has been idle for awhile. Make sure it is set to "keep alive". The wording may be different but it will be something along these lines. Go in your browser to the wireless router's configuration page (i.e. http://192.168.1.1 ). Depending on what brand router you have this ip address will vary, consult your documentation for which number is used. Changing these settings may also help... Wireless Router Configuration - Advanced Wireless Settings
Check the "keep alive" settings in your router, there is usually a choice between having it constantly "pinging" to keep the connection open, or letting it disconnect when it has been idle for awhile. Make sure it is set to "keep alive". The wording may be different but it will be something along these lines. Go in your browser to the wireless router's configuration page (i.e. http://192.168.1.1 ). Depending on what brand router you have this ip address will vary, consult your documentation for which number is used.
Has the computer ever stayed on long enough to connect to the internet?
Is there a wired computer working when attached to the router?
If not, if possible please try to connect the laptop wired to the router as a test and tell me if it works.
I am trying to determine if your router works with the internet before considering the wireless connection simplying the initial problem. Once the router works wired is time to try the wireless. Once the wireless works unsecured you may want to change the router and wireless adapter to secure the wireless network. So this can be a three step process.
This is a result of your modems configurations, get an internet connection and login to the modem using its IP,
To check the IP: right click your internet connection, click properties, then click support, under the defaukt gateway, write that IP address down, then type it into the address bar.
After logging in, goto intel default route, click scan.
Good luck with this
In the simplest sense could this be an intermittent wire issue -- evidenced by depending how it is moved it disconnects or reconnects? Secondly if this is your device and not AOL's or someone else's like your ISP AND YOU KNOW THE ENTIRE CONFIGURATION CONTENTS.
REPEAT AND YOU KNOW THE ENTIRE CONFIGURATION CONTENTS. You may be able to find a user guide with reset instructions to get access to the configuration again.