|reply to Mark777 |
Re: Teksavvy = lip service, no action
It might help to narrow down the problem if you do a little bit of testing next time it happens....
What happens if you try to ping your router directly? What about pinging a publicly routable IP address like Google DNS (220.127.116.11)? Does it fail on DNS resolve? If you do a ping -n 1000 (to send 1000 packets), do *some* packets get through? What about a traceroute?
Right now, it could be your connection from the PC to the router, it could be the router itself, and it could still be your modem (overheating, or a possible chipset conflict with the SLAM you're connected to)
Sincere thanks for the thoughts, but:
Router pings fine.
Can't ping public IP without internet.
Can't be connection from the PC to the router, or the router itself, or the modem (overheating, or a possible chipset conflict with the SLAM you're connected to), because I've changed every bit hardware and wire several times and the problem persists.