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Strange Connection Problems with Wireless USB Stick


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demani

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I recently got Verizon Fios installed in my house. They can and set up the wireless internet connection and they tested it. Everything seemed fine. Ever since, my wireless internet has acted strangely. When I turn on my computer it starts up fine and I can go onto the internet. Within 15 to 20 minutes the router stops sending me packets. My computer keeps sending out packets and the connection is very good or excellent but my internet doesn't work. By the way I use a zyxel USB internet chiclet. Maybe someon can ping my computer when I first turn it on and find some settings that are turned off? I called the company and they have no idea whats wrong. I have also un-installed and re-installed it multiple times. :)
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What type of router do you have?
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I have a verizon router but there's also a name on the back that says Actiontec.
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So this is the router that Verizon gave you when they set FIOS up?
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