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Topic # 57211 5-Feb-2010 19:39
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Just a minute ago my net cut out for only a couple seconds then connected back up
It happened a couple nights ago too.
Happen to anyone else in Christchurch?

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  Reply # 296549 6-Feb-2010 00:11
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It happens occasionally. I wouldn't worry about it.




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  Reply # 296552 6-Feb-2010 00:30
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Lucky I wasn't downloading or something.
Otherwise I'd call them in a very infuriated mood lol

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  Reply # 296684 7-Feb-2010 00:22
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that's why you should have a download manager - lets you resume downloads in the event of a disconnection or something

there are plenty of free ones.

start here
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C...

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  Reply # 296690 7-Feb-2010 02:06
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Is this really worth starting a thread over?

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  Reply # 296691 7-Feb-2010 02:19
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Some people have PPP drop all the time, others like me have it stay up for 30-50 days at a time normally.

Wonder how the OP knows it wasnt just a junk router rebooting?




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  Reply # 296746 7-Feb-2010 12:59
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Would downloading an extreme amount in the past 2 days cause my router to want to reboot?
It is pretty much junk too. Got it for free from Telelcom

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  Reply # 296798 7-Feb-2010 15:56
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Shouldnt do, I have put 100s of gigs thru my router without a reboot. Mostly torrents and rapidshare/megauploads. Then again, you get what you pay for with a free router.




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