Re: Losing Broadband internet connection



Chefski
07-10-2005, 01:03 AM
Look at the 2/1/2005 thread titled "Losing Network Connection". That
solution worked for me.

"jeboger" wrote:

> I had already tried ipconfig /flushDNS etc. and it doesn't solve the problem
>
> "Mark L. Ferguson" wrote:
>
> > Well, I have a 'kludge' or workaround. You would probably need a betted NIC
> > card driver to solve it completely. Instead of a reboot, I find flushing DNS
> > and rebuilding will get it back for me:
> >
> > DNS fails: Go to start/run, and type CMD, then at that prompt type: IPCONFIG
> > /flushDNS and then : IPCONFIG /registerDNS
> >
> > If you are seeing the same error that I am, if you just type IPCONFIG during
> > the error, you will see you have no 'default gateway' (router address) I
> > think this is not the router's fault, it's the NIC driver.
> >
> > --
> >
> > Mark L. Ferguson (NOT an MS-MVP)
> > marfers notes for windows xp
> > http://www.geocities.com/marfer_mvp/chatNotes.htm
> > ..
> > "jeboger" <jeboger@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > news:66A5F6C9-715B-4855-9D9E-CC9DD596F95B@microsoft.com...
> > > For the past few months I have a problem with internet access via cable
> > > modem
> > > through a network router (using hardware firewall) by my browser,
> > > Outlook,
> > > and all other programs that access the internet. I have to reboot to
> > > access
> > > the internet. Sometimes I have to reboot a second time before the
> > > connection
> > > will work. Then after a period of time (hours) the access is lost and I
> > > have
> > > to reboot again once or twice. I recently ran Ad-Aware and installed SP2
> > > but that did not solve the problem. I ran XP Pro with this hardware for a
> > > year before the problem started.
> > > Any ideas?
> >
> >
> >


Re: Losing Broadband internet connection