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Created: Aug 3, 2011
bsdsmb Created: Aug. 3, 2011
Wow, there is potentially a lot to address in this post, yet little to work with. Please hone in on an element, and perhaps the community can help. Is the only issue going on that you have one PC that is hardwired, and it is seemingly disconnecting / flaking out? Or do you have multiple issues going on? You need to pick one, and run it aground. It might be the root cause,...
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Created: Jan 23, 2011
bsdsmb Created: Jan. 23, 2011
Just as a side note to this thread - people who use consumer grade routers (Linksys/Cisco home versions, NetGear, DLink, Belkin, etc) have little if any of these DHCP renewal issues. It appears to be the OSS router software like DD-WRT and Tomato that introduce these problems more frequently. I am running a NetGear behind my RG and have no problems whatsoever. And the 802...
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Created: Jan 13, 2011
bsdsmb Created: Jan. 13, 2011
Sounds like it could be wireless interference. Do you have a microwave oven or cordless phone base station anywhere near your RG?
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Created: Jan 13, 2011
bsdsmb Created: Jan. 13, 2011
I would definitely second the motion on NetGear. I use a NetGear wireless router behind my RG - turning off the wireless on my RG. This provides me 802.11N, which is much faster (if you have N in your clients) and much larger coverage area. My Netgear can run months (years?) between reboots. Rock solid. Another added benefit is that I then keep all my computers wired behi...
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Created: Dec 12, 2010
bsdsmb Created: Dec. 12, 2010
While BIOS / Firmware updates are not supposed to change settings, I would assume that on occasion, they might mess up complicated or non-standard configurations. Just yesterday, I decided it was time to reboot my gear. And I found that my RG had been up only 15 days ... so clearly AT&T is uploading new images and the such semi-frequently. In my case, my gear behind my RG...
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Created: Dec 12, 2010
bsdsmb Created: Dec. 12, 2010
I cannot resist asking ... this problem is intriguing. Your line and ping performance look ... awesome. Are you having this problem with only one PC, or with mutliple machines? While Joe's suggestion of contacting the guru's at AT&T Uverse might ferret out the issue, it also looks like the AT&T gear may be fine. From what you have described, obviously something is wrong, ...
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Created: Dec 1, 2010
bsdsmb Created: Dec. 1, 2010
that your sports fan site appears to be down right now, and it appears to be hosted on a GoDaddy server. It also appears to claime to stream sports audio content ... which is probably a no-no on the internets ... so I would suspect that site is either overloaded or taken down by copyright owners (sports teams ...) [edit] well check that - the site just popped up. So ... I...
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Created: Nov 30, 2010
bsdsmb Created: Nov. 30, 2010
I second Computer-Joes solution. One other wrinkle could be ... add two additional wireless products from the same vendor - that play nice together (2 Dlink, 2 Linksys, 2 Netgear, or 2 Apples) running a wire to the first (Joe's suggestion again ...) and use the range extension feature to configure the 2nd .... Either of those two plays should allow you to hit your dead sp...
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Created: Nov 30, 2010
bsdsmb Created: Nov. 30, 2010
If I'm reading the earlier post with the "Mutliple ping sessions (ping -g 192.168.1.254 ... etc)" running, and when you start a game ... and get the problem happening, that your ping session to 192.168.1.254 starts ... what slowing down, or does it show packet loss? usu. it will say "timed out" and when you kill the session via Ctrl-c it will report the % of packets deliv...
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Created: Nov 30, 2010
bsdsmb Created: Nov. 30, 2010
Okay HP jargon man ... As the last poster said, if you want 802.11n, you must provide your own router that has an 802.11n radio in it. The 2wire RG provided by AT&T supports only 802.11b/g. Many have found that a router behind router setup will improve your performance - both via providing 802.11n wireless benefits, as well as the additional router managing your various P...
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Created: Nov 24, 2010
bsdsmb Created: Nov. 24, 2010
Is anything else going on in the background when you are experiencing these spats of packet loss and high latency? Especially ... do you have a torrent running in the background or on another computer on your network? That sort of behavior would be typical of when you have another large download or major traffic flow happening at the same time. There have been a lot of re...
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Created: Nov 16, 2010
bsdsmb Created: Nov. 16, 2010
While I understand your cynicism Joe, I doubt it is AT&T shaping away Netflix traffic. I am on the 12 mb internet, and I consistently get full 4-5 bars (whatever all of them is) on my xbox/netflix. If a person has the 3 meg data - or they have enough other traffic on the data side of their network, I suspect they will have reduced bars when trying to stream netflix. I thi...
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