Long waited problem still waits to be solved.
My internet is on ISP Cable.
I had many problems with Cable Operators.
Once upon a time, I could connect computer and laptop on my Motorola SB5101e modem, since it has ethernet and USB.
Suddenly, something changed, and no long I can connect both.
Now, if I try to connect laptop (and regularly using internet on computer previously), on laptop will be "No or limited connectivity (laptop is XP).
I asked Cable operator why is this, and they said that it has to be like that, bla bla...
Somethimes, I lose connection on my computer, and "no or limited..." shows, exclamation mark also.
Well, it's not written "no or limited..", because computer is on my native language.
I saw that some user on this forum, whose nick is "zay", said that this can be easily bypassed if Cable is used as ISP.
I know that there's problem with ip configuration (or protocol).
Somethimes, if this problem can't be solved just by turning computer and modem off, I have to call cable operator to say him to "restart (or reset) "something"".
What do they "restart" (or reset)?
After that, everything works fine.
So, I would like to know what do they do in that kind of situation (what they do reset), and is there any possibility for me to solve that without calling them?