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christcorp
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join:2001-05-21
Cheyenne, WY
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reply to koolkid1563

Re: Have to reboot SB5100 modem to regain bandwidth

Everything looks fine in the log and all the stats. Ping, tracert, etc.... are all fine. I can't really disconnect the router, that isn't practical. However, I can let the network sit for a few days, wait to see when the speeds start to slow down, then when it does, disconnect a pc from the router and plug it directly into the SB5100 without rebooting the modem. I might be able to see if there's a change or not. Thanks for the reply. Mike.