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Master Geek

Topic # 24999 8-Aug-2008 23:30
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For a good few months now I have been getting constantly disconnected from the internet when ever I try and browse Trademe Property.

I will click a link and open a new tab with a listing on it.
It will take ages to load then disconnect from the internet all together and then connec again a good min or so later.

This ONLY only happens on the Trademe Property site.....

Anyone else had similar issues.
I'm running TelstraClear cable with a New Macbook Pro and conecting via a Wireless connecton to a Belkin G router

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Ultimate Geek

  Reply # 155553 10-Aug-2008 09:59
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I had a play around Trademe property and had absolutely no problems at all.

It would be very useful if you could try browsing that website (via your connection) on another PC.  Do you know anyone with a laptop who could hook into your wireless network?

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  Reply # 155555 10-Aug-2008 10:01
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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 156355 12-Aug-2008 18:15
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I see you are using a router. I have been experiencing interruptions and unavailable website problems on Paradise optical cable broadband, in Christchurch, using an iBook G4 on OS 10.3.9. After discussing these problems with TelstraClear tech support and basically finding no obvious problems from their end with the cable modem, we tried disconnecting my Dlink router. All the problems disappeared.
So, I suggest disconnecting your router and seeing if the situation improves.
Good luck

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