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  Reply # 1118447 30-Aug-2014 11:18
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Next time it happens, try moving a working PC to another ethernet port on the router, and if that one stops working you know its the router.

When I complained to netcomm about it they suggested a software update and then do all sorts of testing for them and reporting back. An 8 port switch and turning off wifi was easier, and it seems with only a single port on the netcomm in use it doesnt forget how to bridge between things and is reliable.




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  Reply # 1118736 30-Aug-2014 20:15
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OEM consumer modem/router firmware is evil. That is all.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1121988 4-Sep-2014 16:35
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Happened again. Any other computer works fine on the port. Any other ideas?




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