[real-eyes] Re: challenges with Time Warner Cable

I think they started the router thing recently.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mitchell D. Lynn" <mlynn@xxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Monday, October 03, 2011 6:40 PM
Subject: [real-eyes] Re: challenges with Time Warner Cable


> Never offered that to me, and there are always more than two computers not
> counting other wireless junk the kids have going. Now that I think about 
> it,
> I can remember the days when they wouldn't give you tech support if you 
> were
> networked. This would have been back in 97 or 98.
>
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> On Behalf Of Duyahn Walker
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> They have always done that if you have two or more computers.
>
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mitchell D. Lynn" <mlynn@xxxxxxxxx>
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> Sent: Monday, October 03, 2011 5:04 PM
> Subject: [real-eyes] Re: challenges with Time Warner Cable
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>> Since when has TWC started providing routers? I have always had to supply
>> my
>> own. Not that I would want them picking for me in the first place. Is 
>> this
>> something they do for business class users and not for home?
>>
>>
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>> On Behalf Of &&& (Ruthie)
>> Sent: Monday, October 03, 2011 3:03 PM
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>> Subject: [real-eyes] Re: challenges with Time Warner Cable
>>
>> Kim, it does sound like the router...and that guy (no offense) doesn't
>> know
>> what he's talking about.  During the time we had time warner cable 
>> several
>> years ago, we went through at least 3 routers...and they *were* the
>> problem.
>> I would suggest that you ask very adamantly for a new router.
>> &&& (Ruthie)
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>> On 10/3/2011 10:44 AM, Kimberly Morrow, PhD. wrote:
>>> We're having challenges with our Time Warner Cable Internet service, and
>> I'd love the advice of people on this list. For the past two weeks, we've
>> had to do a reset every single time we want to log onto the Internet. 
>> That
>> means 5 or 6 resets per day. We had TWC out twice; first the service rep
>> switched out all the cable outside the house because he said our cable 
>> was
>> bad. Ne==When that didn't work, he changed my PC from a wireless modem to
>> a
>> wired computer, plus we still have wireless on all the other computers 
>> and
>> IPad and IPods. But the problem isn't resolved--the resets are still
>> necessary every time we want to log on. The rep was hesitant to install a
>> new router, because he said in all the years he's worked for TWC he's 
>> only
>> seen two bad routers, and he doesn't think it's the router. I called him
>> this morning and voice mailed him that I think he's about th encounter 
>> bad
>> router number 3. Do you all think the router is the problem? Any other
>>>   suggestions? Oh yes--we even tried switching ports. No  biscuit!
>>>
>>> Kim
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