I am having an annoying issue the past few weeks. Every time I start my computer, it can't seem to connect to the internet. It says there are no networks available. I then have to restart my computer and everything is all good. How come it is not picking up the internet on the first try?
I can use my computer just fine right now, but whenever I need to restart it, when it comes back on the internet is no longer detected. I am connected through an ethernet wire directly to the internet, with no intermediate router or network.
After failing to solve the problem on my own, the only way Ive found that has been after to restore the internet connection is using the Windows Restore centre and restoring it to about a month ago; restoring it to only a few days ago does not fix the internet.
However, also when I use the restore function, immediately upon starting my system up again I get an error message saying that the system restore has failed and that nothing was changed. But the internet now works again.
Im not really sure what I should do to check out the problem further, let alone remedy it. I run Windows Vista, 64-bit. I can provide further info if need be.
I have a DELL Desktop, and Window Vista Home Premium. My internet disconnects alone daily or 2 time daily, and I need to restart the computer to connect it again. I try to disability my Norton Security Suite, Diagnose and repair the Network, The 2 Network Adapters (Power Manager) are disables (the wireless, and the wire adapters)
I have Vista Home premium 32 bit. My connection from the internet has been a frustrating problem. I have to turn my computer off and on several times before my wireless works. It I do a restart on my computer my internet does not work, so I have to totally shut it down and wait then restart and even then it my not work. I always run the repair to repair wireless connection and even that does not work.
I have a motorola usb modem which is connected to my laptop and i have shared the connection and have an ethernet cable from laptop to wireless modem (TP-LINK) such that other wifi enabled devices can connect to it.Now we have electricity blackouts and when that happens my wireless router gets turned off. Internet on the laptop is working fine, now when the electricity comes back and the wireless router is on, the net does not work on the other wifi devices and only my laptop (as its directly connected to the modem).I have to reboot my laptop for the shared connection to work.
My mother's computer periodically loses internet connectivity. This happens regardless of the browser (IE or Firefox). She must restart her computer to get access again. This happens regardless of her internet connection. She uses verizon at her home and accesses through my wireless router when visiting. This also happens if she is on a public access network such as a hospital
I recently upgraded my computers hardware which included a new motherboard, ever since installing this new motherboard my internet connection has been unreliable. The motherboard ( Gigabyte p67-ud4-b3) has an inbuilt NIC which i connected to my router via a standard cable.I first started noticing the interruptions when download files any bigger than 20MB as they would randomly go down to 0kb/sec and I would have to restart the download. I bypassed this by using a download manager but i have noticed it happening on youtube streams now which is getting rather annoying.The only thing i've changed for this to start happening is the motherboard and a new installation of windows 7.I've tried various things to fix this by fiddling with router settings and even updating the router software but nothing has worked ( I have also done various virus scans all showing no viruses)
On setup 1 I have;Using 2 WAN, 1 from fiber 5mbps symetric fixed public IP and other is DSL private dynamic dhcp address 3mbps/900kbps
On setup 2 i have:Using 1 WAN, from fiber 5mbps symetric fixed public ip Both router have exact same firewall configuration, subnet and port forwarding and we have the seccont backup DSL coming in a few day for setup 2.on both setup, the RV082 is the main internet gateway/firewall for a set of server...
Setup 1 work perfectly and been online for 2 week (since install) without issue
Setup 2 worked for 2 day then had to reboot, then work for few days then need reboot, now it look like it need to be rebooted every day. the internet just stop working and a simple reboot does the trick... also, when that happen I can stil remote in server that have port forwarded in the router or connect to router management port, but internet on the server is down... I tried opendns and google dns on both WAN connection and still no luck.I have followed instruction on various support forum;
-more reliable dns server -lower MTU -failover vs load balance -disabling SPI and DoS protection
at this point I'm about to swap both router to see if it not a defective hardware or disconnect DSL WAN on setup 1 to see if its more stable but the whole point of installing this router was for Internet redundancy which so far dosent work as expected.
I have recently purchased a RVS4000 router and am experiencing major downtime.Almost everyday the RVS4000 router losing internet connectivity. I noticed that when this happens I cannot login into the router from my pc which is connected to the RVS4000 network.The only way to restore connectivity is to restart the RVS4000 by disconnecting power and powering back up.The router's WAN is connected to my Cable modem.The RVS400 has two PC connected to it. (port 3 & 4) I have a Cisco 8-port switch connect to the RVS4000 with 3 additional PCs/devices on it.
I have problem with my Internet connection. Recently my Internet connection often get slow. There are 3 connections on the server running Windows Server 2003. 1st is External, 2nd is Internal and 3rd is VPN (please see attahement). There is nothing to do with External and Internal connections, and everytime the Internet connection get slow, I have to disconnection VPN (connection) and connect it again.
Sometimes they load after restarting computer but if you close browser and try open it again they wont load most of the time.Steam has also stopped working and freezes at part where its trying to connect to account. Also "internet" symbol and bottom left corner says two different things at same time:
Network Internet Connection
Network No Internet Connection
Problem has gotten worse by day. First one restart would fix problem but now steam won't work and if you get pages to load after closing browser you need to restart computer couple of times before pages are loading again.
I am in a third world country (Thailand) with ADSL service and getting customer support is difficult to say the least.The connection is constantly dropping but the real problem lies in that i can not reconnect unless i restart my computer.
i have access to a network printer and everything was working fine previously until last Monday. Now when issue a print command to the printer, the printout delays until i restart the machine before it comes out. If i issue another print command, i would have to go through the same process again. This is actually slowing my work rate and its really an inconvenience.whenever the issue happens, i ping the printers IP address to see if it is actually working. I also check in a browser to see if the printer is ready and all are positive but the problem still remains. Is there a way around this problem.
My PC doesn't connect to internet on initial boot, says there is a disconnected cable. On a restart it finds the wirelss card and connects no problem to our BT hub. Tried disabling the wired option, tried a number of things around repairing links etc. but nothing works. it is annoying. PC spec below. Windows 7 is the OS
Giga byte mother board GA-Z68P-DS3 4x4gb of RAM Intel i5 3.2 CPU Radeon HD 6770 Graphics card A wireless adapter TL-WN350GD A 120 GB SSD hard drive And a 1TB hard drive A CnM card reader Optical DVD drive too
After restarting my laptop my wireless card (Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1000) has suddenly stopped working (ThinkPad SL410 with Windows 7 Pro 64-bit). The hardware switch is on, the software / Fn switch is on, drivers are recent, device manager says the device is functioning properly, but there's a red X on the network icon in the system tray and obviously no wireless networks are showing up. I thought the wireless card died, but I booted off a linux live CD and the wireless card works just fine.
I have an issue with Netflow that I have been unable to solve. I have an ASA5510 that is sending netflow data to a FogLight NMS and it works fine until I reboot the server. After the server is rebooted, the flows no longer are received until I reload the ASA. Once the ASA is rebooted, flows work fine. I can remove and reconfigure the netflow configuration on the ASA and that will start the netflow again, but that is painful.
Is there any way to easily stop/restart or re-initiate the netflow from the ASA easily?
I have multiple VPN endpoints setup on our Cisco 2821, an SSL VPN, a site-to-site VPN, and a Web VPN for windows users. For whatever reason, the web vpn service periodically fails. The only way I've been able to bring it back up is to reload the router. Is it possible to restart the service itself?
I recently installed Arkham City on my computer played it for a while, tried google chrome, gave me a corrupt profile error or something (internet still worked and was connected at the time) restarted my computer and now it's telling me there isn't an ethernet cable connected to my computer.
Here's what I tried so far:
-Uninstalling and reinstalling the driver
-Updating the driver
-Using the network troubleshooting for windows 7
-Doing a system restore before I installed the game (gave me an error saying could not complete restore)
-Currently scanning my computer in safe mode with networking (seeing if that might work, doesn't) with malewarebytes
-Unplugged and replugged the router and modem
-Checked the router on another computer to see if there's a connection (there is none)
-Checked the router to see if there is a light in the port connected to the ethernet, it's blinking at a very slow a steady pace, unlike the ones around it which are solid green lights
-Tried the ethernet cable on another computer, works fine.
Windows 7 64-bit home premium edition Gigabyte GA-MA790X-UD4P NETGEAR router WNDR3700
For the past week or so I've been having trouble with my Wi-Fi connection. I have a desktop PC, a kindle and a PS3 that all connect to it.
If I turn on my Kindle after it's been off for a while it'll try to connect to the Wi-Fi but will keep alternating between 'Authenticating'/'Connecting' and never gets to the 'Obtaining IP Address' part so it shows the signal strength bars at the top but they're totally empty. If I go and unplug the modem and the router, let them sit for a minute, plug them back in the large light on the router will flash orange (it's usually green) so I press and hold the WPS button which begins to flash and then both lights turn green and the Kindle quickly connects itself to the Wi-Fi. If I don't let it go into sleep mode or turn it off it will stay connected but if it turns off I have to do the same modem/router reset. When I'm at school or work I have zero issues connecting their wireless networks.
With the PS3, if it's turned on while I reset the modem/router it will connect to the network but if it's turned off during the reset it will not connect when I turn it on later. Also, either way, it no longer connects to my media server (sharing files between the PC and the PS3) regardless of connecting or not.
My computer will sometimes be connected to the router but internet access isn't available.This is easily fixed by resetting the router, but I was thinking that it would be good to just write a batch file to do it when needed.How would a write a batch file that will restart the router based of the result of pinging an internet site/server.
I've been having this issue where my wireless network completely disappears from my computer and it requires a restart to fix.I know for a fact that it is not my modem/ISP as my iPad still connects just fine to the network.My network disappears about after 10-20 minutes of being logged on.
I've been having issues with my DIR-655 - the speeds are super slow. In the past, I've been able to restart the modem, and my speeds would be acceptable, but now a restart doesn't change the speeds I'm getting from speed test.net. I know it has to do with the router, because when I directly connect to the modem, my speeds are great.
-Speeds WITH router: -Speeds WITHOUT router:
And like I said, in the past I could restart the router, to get similar speeds to just my modem, but it doesn't work that way anymore.
I play Diablo 3 and the lag that is created when the router restarts as well as getting booted, along with apps on my phones locking up are about to make me throw the DLink Equipment against the wall.
FYI - the Comcast modem was just upgraded to the Xfinity Voice modem becuase I puchased two Voice lines last week. The issue was happening before the new modem was insatlled, and after. According to the Comcast Modem's status page (192.168.100.1) the modem has been online for 4 days, 6 hours, and 31 minutes. So I know the modem has not been cycling.
I have (2) WLC-4404's with one in standby. I noticed this controller has been up for 300+ days and i was just wondering if it will be useful to reboot these once in a while? Any benefits or should i just leave them running?
One of Cisco Wireless AP 1242 installed in my premises restarts itself; AP is getting power from Catalyst 2960 POE. I am using multiple SSID on this AP. I have issued the show tech-support. I have seen below in tech-support System was restarted by unknown reload cause - reason ptr 0xF, PC 0x46FEB8, address 0x0? what could be the reason of restarting of AP. AP is in production since 1 year and it restarts seldom.
some days ago a technical Dell replace on my XPS17 L702X the fan because more often, while I was working, fan get started (noise, decrease in performance, and so on ...). After some hours my laptop dies, I found it tourned off and it didn't start again. So, afert two days, another technical Dell changed XPS17 's motherboard and the power connector. The same day I worked with my notebook without any problemes, but at the end of my workday I shut down the system (Windows server 2008) and It restart automatically. I tried again more than once, but at the end my laptop restart automatically again (I have two partitions: Win 7 and Win 2008 server Both OS has the same issue: automatic reboot afert shut down). This morning I turned on my laptop and immediatelty I shut it down and It dind't restar, during the day while I was working, sometimes I turned it off and all seems ok, but this evening (after a workday and after backup) it restarted automatically again after shut down !
Is there any way yo restart the WRT160NL from the web interface? I've had several routers before this Linksys and all of them had this option. In the web GUI of the WRT I can't find the way to do it and I have no other solution of unplugging it and plugging again.
I have a Linksys X3000 router. While it is running, connection latency will gradually increase over about a day until eventually it just stops working at all and I have to power it off and back on again.
Ping times to a local website slowly increase from 30ms immediately after restarting the router, to about 100ms about an hour before it will need to be restarted, then rapidly increase to over 1 second before it drops out completely. When this happens, no connections through the router will work, I cannot even ping it or connect to its configuration web page.
I upgraded the firmware to see if that would work but it didn't. I have had the exact same problems with the 1.0.0 and 1.0.01 versions.
Can I get it replaced? And in the mean time, is there some way to make the router automatically restart at a scheduled time?
Im using WLC 2504 with vertion 7.4 and 2600 LAP's the access points are working fine when its isolated from the live network, but once its in the live network the AP radios resetting (APs won't reboot) and unregistering from the WLC in random intervals,