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Problem on connecting the internet

I use D-Link DI-704P Router on my network. I connected it to my hub to share the internet connection to my client and i use it as my dhcp server. The connection work fine but my problem is from time to time the internet connection drops. I need to release the ip address then renew it before the connection will work again. I don't know if the problem is with the router or my hub. Any solution is very much appreciated.

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  • Mark Vispo Jun 06, 2007

    Thank you for your reply. I need to connect it to a hub because i have more than 10 clients that needs internet connection.

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Do all the clients lose their connection? My first suspect would be the ISP, then the modem.

Posted on Jun 06, 2007

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Why are you using a hub? With a router, you can connect direct to the client. Eliminate the hub and see if that helps. Be sure to follow all the manufacturer's instructions for setup.

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