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No Activity Wtih Apparent Connection

As of late, when left idle for any given amount of time, my activity light stops blinking and there appears to be no active connection, though the four other lights are on and steady. I am currently downloading two large projects, approximately 35+gb in size. The connection is reestablished by turning the modem off and on again. But, I just don't get why I get the "limited or no connectivity."

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Depending on where you are and where you live depends on the speed of your connection eg. if your living in the countryside and if you live in the city centre then you could have a problem connecting as many people could be trying to connect to the sme thing at once hope it helps

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