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Old 03-28-2005, 09:40 PM   #1
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DSL: Connectivity Issues

I'm having a very strange problem keeping a consistent internet Connection. Here is a picture of my network:

Another service that is running on is DHCP.

My problem is that my internet connection is dropped all the time for no apparent reason.

If I keep the DHCP server on my DSL router, however, my internet connection is pretty stable.

Does anyone know what kind of messaging needs to happen between Earthlink and I in order to keep my connection up and running?

When I talk to Earthlink, all they can tell me is that they do not support this type of seup.
Old 03-28-2005, 09:46 PM   #2
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404 on the piccy.

However, what's wrong with letting the server handle DHCP?

How big is the network, would just disabling DHCP altogether be a possible solution?


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