Every night while working on my laptop I lose my Internet connection. I have to go back up to my network icon and manually connect to my network. Often times I have to do this 4-5-6 times before I'm able to reconnect to my network and get back online. Is this a problem with my wireless router or is this a common dsl issue? I've had dsl for a few years and only recently (last 2 months or so) have experienced this problem.
#1 What is your OS and version? For example Windows XP Home With SP3.
#2 What is the brand and model of your modem?
#3 What is the brand and model of your router?
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You are not alone- for the past 2 months my DSL line has been very frustrating to the point where I am switching to cable. Tech support has not been able to provide any meaningful help despite their good efforts. The connection gets dropped all the time and I am being bounced between 2 sets of IP addressed on the 93.xx.xx.xx and 73.xx.xx.xx networks.
Also, my OS X system logs complains all the time about bad DNS relay hosts, which are the IPs of the DNS servers provided by the PPoE server.