Random Time Outs On Internet
I did not have any problem before this, as a matter of fact my problem started 07/16/09. But the connection only last for somewhere around 2sec - 30sec and times out. Every page or 2, I've got to disconnect and reconnect!! Although, in general, this is true, but it seems that Firefox IS doing something to cause the internet connection to disconnect and then immediately reconnect. http://robotadv.com/internet-connection/random-internet-connects.html
The results were exactly the same. UDP pings to the DNS servers never seem to drop either.Ping statistics for 188.8.131.52: Packets: Sent = 100, Received = 100, Lost = 0 (0% loss), Approximate round trip times in Helpful +2 Report gj Apr 15, 2010 at 12:04 AM Does reduced signal strength means less users connected to access point Helpful +2 Report phone newbie May 28, 2010 at 10:58 That last part is normal.
Computer Keeps Losing Internet Connection
Ping (ie icmp) is considered low priority traffic by devices. Somehow next day it is better and the cycle repeats again late at night. And would you clarify a little more on the signal levels, I am running a cabled connection between the router to my computer, I only use the wireless for my mobile Good luck.
However, it is Thursday evening and I'm back at square 1. Maybe just deprioritized... Somebody help me before I murder my laptop!! Losing Internet Connection Windows 10 The connection has timed out Helpful +144 Report MotterTektura May 26, 2009 at 03:11 PM I have been researching this problem for weeks and the most logical thing I've come across
No viruses, spyware, or anything else is on the system that may cause this. Computer Loses Internet Connection Randomly It happened just now when I hit reply. Mike J. Helpful +3 Report rence Feb 3, 2010 at 03:27 AM I addressed this issue by setting the affinity to cpu 0.
I have three command prompts open on 4 computers testing a connection to the internet (ping google.com) a connection to the firewall (ping 192.168.0.6) and a connection to the switch (ping Internet Going On And Off Constantly Reply With Quote August 8th, 2008,11:12 PM #8 Cobol74 Join Date Mar 21st, 2006 Location The banana republic of Ukania Posts 17,511 Car(s) Honda Accord 2.2 i-Dtec Sport Estate.Hyundai Ix20 Rep I have recently bought a Sweex wireless dongle to connect my dad's comp to the wireless. They asked me to check to make sure that I had cleared my temp internet files, cache, and to ensure that I had the proper amount of memory in my system.
Computer Loses Internet Connection Randomly
No, I have a router in between. Or change the location of your PC to get a better signal. Computer Keeps Losing Internet Connection The firewall will time out the same time the internet (google.com ping) times out. Losing Internet Connection Every Few Minutes I don't have this problem in Windows Vista on my MacBook.
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Reply 0 Kudos Posted by DerrickW 26 Jul 2015 11:47 AM @Internet User100 Does this only happen on the wireless devices? Do you have anything wired to your router? If it I'm sure it has something to do with TWC??? Reply With Quote August 9th, 2008,12:46 AM #10 ahpadt Join Date May 7th, 2006 Location London Posts 9,719 Rep Power 109 I think disabling the packet filter might have fixed the check over here Ping, nslookup and tracert works fine all the time, so that counts the DNS out (I think).
I removed and reinstalled the latest drivers for the wireless adapters, cleaned all temp/cookies, released/renewed the IP, tried a dedicated IP, can ping the router without a problem, checked firewall, host Internet Connection Keeps Dropping And Reconnecting it must be a 5-1000,1200,2100 splitterOriginal number looks like a 4way and a 2way, or an 8 way. Its IP Address is 192.168.0.6, our Switch is 192.168.0.5.
What really boggles my mind is that other computers work fine on that network, and that specific laptop works fine connecting to other networks.
CMD: Request Timed Out Request timed out ONLY in games Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe Ask ! not a dell, or any other cheapo computer. Why Does My Internet Keep Going Out On My Phone Could a computer be causing the issue, could it be a network wide virus?
Stay informed with Comcast Alerts Alerts are an easy, quick way to manage your account and get information - like payment confirmations and your current balance. Silly router... So here's where the dropped or timed out connection comes into play. this content We also have a wireless router (Linksys WRT54G) which is plugged into the firewall but it has been currently disconnected for 48 hours after a power cycle on all devices) The
Reply With Quote August 8th, 2008,9:31 PM #7 ahpadt Join Date May 7th, 2006 Location London Posts 9,719 Rep Power 109 Hmm, my router has something called Stateful Packet Inspection, I'll Reply With Quote August 8th, 2008,6:45 PM #6 ahpadt Join Date May 7th, 2006 Location London Posts 9,719 Rep Power 109 Originally Posted by ESPNSTI Just to make sure I'm clear, Wired network connections are NOT encrypted. I just started with Cox a couple days ago.
Ping, nslookup and tracert works fine all the time, so that counts the DNS out (I think). Have called TWC but they give me any excuse " it is Firefox, it is netgear wireless connection, it is an over load of electrical in S.Calif." But when I ask If you are using your ISP's DNS server, try switching to OpenDNS instead. Had a tech come out, we replaced everything from the service box at the street to my house ---- no help.
It's actually way worse- it goes up to 500+ ms for the first hop. I'll give that disable a shot - thanks for the suggestion. ____________________________ Reply With Quote August 9th, 2008,12:19 AM #9 Spazatao Join Date May 10th, 2006 Location Lyon, France. Uninstall and reinstall your network adapter drivers. Looks like T3 errors.
Report Frustrated- Mar 16, 2010 at 11:20 AM I agree with post # 11, Online University IT. I assume that when you "timeout" Pinging, nslookup, and tracert work? I assume that when you "timeout" Pinging, nslookup, and tracert work? Both my computers are laptops.
The only thing that restores the connection is a complete restart, and then it only lasts a couple minutes. So to keep browsing I have to disconnect and reconnect to the internet. EDIT: Sum stuff from my email to the ISP: - The problem occurs on all of the computers in the house.