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Old 02-13-2010
dpcoltsfan
 

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Oops-new question about getting logged off--ignore the first one.
I downloaded IE8 in the last few months. Also, my ISP, Charter.net, has also
undergone an upgrade. I keep getting looged off of my ISP. Whenever I
search, or go to a new web page, and broswe back or even if I open a new
window and close it, many times I have been automatically logged off. I spoke
at length with Charter about this and they said it is my *Internet
Explorer* setup causing it. Any ideas? Thanks.

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Old 02-13-2010
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Re: Oops-new question about getting logged off--ignore the first one.
dpcoltsfan wrote:

> I downloaded IE8 in the last few months. Also, my ISP, Charter.net, has also
> undergone an upgrade. I keep getting looged off of my ISP. Whenever I
> search, or go to a new web page, and broswe back or even if I open a new
> window and close it, many times I have been automatically logged off. I spoke
> at length with Charter about this and they said it is my *Internet
> Explorer* setup causing it. Any ideas? Thanks.


Are you using a DSL connection (or your router is using PPPoE)? If so,
check if the "keep alive" function is enabled for PPPoE in your router.
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