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Tao Tang Posted on Feb 17, 2007
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Same problem, bit more complicated

Same problem with the whole detecting excellent signal but no internet. I was able to solve that by restarting the computer, restarting the modem, and then repair the wireless signal; but the problem here is that every time somebody calls our phone, the internet stops working. So basically I have to do the whole process again every time the phone rings.

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Sandrew's solution works if you have DSL

However, if you have dialup access, you need to set up your software to dial *70 before dialing the Internet service. This will block the call-waiting signal from ciming through and disrupting your service.

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Are you using a cordless phone? -If yes, check if the phone operates on the 2.4 Ghz band. -Change the channel on your cordless phone if it operates on the 2.4 Ghz band. -If changing the channel does not work, try getting a cordless phone which operates on a different frequency band.

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This is a case of an incorrectly fitted or faulty filter. One of these should be fitted to every socket where a telephone is used, as they enable land line and the adsl connection to run at the same time.

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