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Intermittend Disconnect issues.

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I for the last month i have been having intermittent disconnection from my network, which last about 2-6 seconds. Sometimes they dont happen for hours, but sometimes it can happen so often as to make using the internet practically impossible.

I initially thought it was a wireless issue, but when i changed to Ethernet cable connection the problem initially went away but has since comeback whilst using Ethernet cable, which leads me to believe the reprieve was merely coincidence.

Some additional information: I didnt use to have this problem and nothing in my setup has changed since the problems begun.

Any Help is much appreciated!

Edited by Gorbyville, 15 February 2012 - 05:59 PM.

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What router are you using? Sounds like it needs resetting.
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