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Created On: 04/09/2004 11:23 AM
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 04/09/2004 11:23 AM
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voodoo3300
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Hello there;

Has anyone else had problems with a netgear DM602 router recently. I have mine connected to a UK ADSL ISP, with the timeout connection set to 0. However, sometime the router refuses to jack [content edited] until i force an manual disconnect and reconnect.

Also i cant get this device to do any port forwading be it to a specific IP/port or to the DMZ.

Jake

PS I am quite experienced in 400+ machine networking so no stupid replies please like have you turned on the power!

I have also flashed the firmware to the latest version which has extenuated the problem.

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 04/15/2004 05:43 PM
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I had the same problem w/ my cable modem for a while. I called up the ISP and they said it was a problem on their end that will take a while to correct. I gave up there and switched to DSL and a new router. Things worked fine. =)

But sorry, can't really figure out what's going on with yours ...

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 04/15/2004 06:52 PM
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Thanks for the reply. I have contacted my ISP and they assure me they have no problems. Netgear are also investigating.

Jake

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 05/09/2004 04:25 PM
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There must have been a change in an update by Microsoft or something because you are not alone. I had a Netgear RP614 v2 that had similar issues and now I am running a D-link router that also cannot connect intermittently.

I can game all day long on-line and start browsing, then all of a sudden, time-out trying to connect to any website.

Probably some hacker screwing things up, who knows.

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