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Windows 7: BroadBand disconnect and don't reconnect automatically

31 Aug 2009   #1
manukov

windows 7
 
 
BroadBand disconnect and don't reconnect automatically

i have beetel router (beetel 110 BX1).
when i use the internet for a long time it gets disconnected. the disconnection happens when computer is idle or am not browsing.
I'm able to ping the router when there is not internet access. i can see the LEDs which corresponds to data transfer blinking..

i googled n searched but i did not get a solution


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31 Aug 2009   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by manukov View Post
i have beetel router (beetel 110 BX1).
when i use the internet for a long time it gets disconnected. the disconnection happens when computer is idle or am not browsing.
I'm able to ping the router when there is not internet access. i can see the LEDs which corresponds to data transfer blinking..

i googled n searched but i did not get a solution
M

Try disabling IPv6 support in network and sharing. its often the cause of random disconnects

Ken
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