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a twist on the router crash problem

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Old 05-10-2007
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a twist on the router crash problem
well I too have the issue with my new vista laptop crashing my router which
then needs to be reset before working properly, I only just now have delayed
this for any length of time by unchecking the Internet Protocol
VersionTCP/IPv6)and IPv4) I hope this works.
It seems the common advice is to check the firmware in the router, or do
this or that to the router
My question is, because I travel all the time ,and need to connect to
routers all accross the country I will have no control over the router
settings so is there a definite fix for this internally or will I continue to
crash poor peoples routers coast to coast?
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Old 05-10-2007
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RE: a twist on the router crash problem
well my TCP fix didnt work for long and I had to cycle and reset my router
more than ever before. I checked about firmware they said it wasnt that. I
have tried all the disable the upnp and all that to no avail.

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> well I too have the issue with my new vista laptop crashing my router which
> then needs to be reset before working properly, I only just now have delayed
> this for any length of time by unchecking the Internet Protocol
> VersionTCP/IPv6)and IPv4) I hope this works.
> It seems the common advice is to check the firmware in the router, or do
> this or that to the router
> My question is, because I travel all the time ,and need to connect to
> routers all accross the country I will have no control over the router
> settings so is there a definite fix for this internally or will I continue to
> crash poor peoples routers coast to coast?

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