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Repair Network

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sh4ners    0

Why is it when i am away from my computer

and when i come back all my proggies are dead that use the Net like aim,MSN and IRC

i have to go to repair the network everytime to get it the net back up and working

then restart Aim,msn,irc and soo on??????????

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Jon    5

Describe the network.

Maybe you have a dhcp server with rediculously short lease times on ip's, or you're using another machine as an ICS gateway, and its redialing to the net, so your programs connections drop.

Jon

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sh4ners    0

well

its one computer hook up to a cable modem

and thats about it and there are no service's that i know

that are runnig.....

i hardcoded in the ip and all 5+ time now and tryed

DHCP but i cant get an ip

what do you think?

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sh4ners    0

some one plssssssssssss

HELP~!~!~

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Mr magoo    1

it seems like theres some timer thing cutting your programs off. its not the isps end -its your end. i still need more info for a proper diagnosis. when you say network - do you mean a proxy is cutting out or something like that??

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RazerBack    0

Does your computer go to stand by or even sleep mode? If your cable provider uses DHCP settings to get you connected. There is always a constant connection, sleep or stand by might disconnect you.

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