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How to track internet disconnections
I'm connected to the internet via a modem router of a LAN. Lately, I'm suffering a lot of disconnections to the internet. They don't last too long but it's quite annoying when you're precisely surfing the web. I contacted my ISP and they conveniently say they are not aware of the issue in my area. So, I'm trying to send them a complete report of those events.
I wonder whether there's a way to track those disconnections by means of some tool of the event viewer or any other administrative tool. I guess so but don't know which one.
In case there's some way to do it, it would be important to know whether there's a way to pinpoint the disconnections origin, I mean, to know and record whether they takes place in the LAN (from the router inwards) or in the WAN (from the router outwards).
Thanks in advance.
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