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# 208650 21-Feb-2017 12:07
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Hi, why does my posts about router disconnection keep getting removed?  I don't understand what rule I am breaking?

 

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  # 1723645 21-Feb-2017 12:12
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It'll be this rule "Do not post the same topic in more than one subforum."





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  # 1723959 21-Feb-2017 17:50
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Stu:

 

It'll be this rule "Do not post the same topic in more than one subforum."

 

 

 

 

Will, I have just had another post removed from this forum, and it is a different issue so why was that?  The post in the other forum is about an ISP possible error.

 

 

 

This post is about a router problem regarding Port flapping and MTU settings.  Nothing to do with BigPipe so where should I post it if this is not that place?

 

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  # 1723965 21-Feb-2017 18:05
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You are discussing the same problem though, and it's pretty strongly discouraged from having multiple threads covering the same issue. Given it's now looking more likely to be router related than ISP, perhaps message the mods and have the thread moved to a more appropriate forum. That way the history of what steps you have taken, and what has been suggested (and discounted) remains for others who are trying to assist.


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  # 1723976 21-Feb-2017 18:21
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 As above. Deal with it under your existing topic please.





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  # 1723980 21-Feb-2017 18:24
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You are discussing the same problem though, and it's pretty strongly discouraged from having multiple threads covering the same issue. Given it's now looking more likely to be router related than ISP, perhaps message the mods and have the thread moved to a more appropriate forum. That way the history of what steps you have taken, and what has been suggested (and discounted) remains for others who are trying to assist.

 

 

I've moved it to the LAN sub-forum.





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  # 1724085 21-Feb-2017 20:04
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RunningMan:

 

You are discussing the same problem though, and it's pretty strongly discouraged from having multiple threads covering the same issue. Given it's now looking more likely to be router related than ISP, perhaps message the mods and have the thread moved to a more appropriate forum. That way the history of what steps you have taken, and what has been suggested (and discounted) remains for others who are trying to assist.

 

 

I've moved it to the LAN sub-forum.

 

 

 

 

Thanks Stu, can we change the heading to say Mikrotik RB 3011 multiple port flapping ?


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  # 1724087 21-Feb-2017 20:07
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  # 1724090 21-Feb-2017 20:08
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  # 1724092 21-Feb-2017 20:10
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