Hi OK.. others may have a better answer at this point..but..What you describe implies a low level routine that has no realistic timeout. I guess the obvious question to ask is whether you are on the latest version of the OS, and whether this would occur on an earlier version.
Also is there anything you can do locally that can emulate this isp link failure .. It is far easier for a 3rd party to investigate this sort of issue if there is a repeatable way for others to trigger it?
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In article<16196D3C-B966-4E06-BDD0-B0A3FE026FF0@xxxxxxxxx>, John Ballance<jwbdotnet@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Ok.. Can you ping any ip address.. Ether local, or outside the house? If you have a workable pathe you'll be able to ping ip addresses.. Next is to ping specific address.. E.g. Www.rosery.net. You should gent a near immediate response of the ip address of the name you gave..I.e. DNA lookup.Everything is working perfectly, as it always has, as long as the actual internet connection beyond the cable modem does not fail at the wrong moment. Things will only go wrong, if the internet connection disappears IN THE MIDDLE of a transfer of any kind. E.g. if the computer is in the process of picking up a log file from one of the remote sites or retrieving mail from a POP3 box. Sometimes the whole machine freezes when this happens, sometimes the network interface appears to lock up. No network connection of any kind can be made then, even ping by IP address to the router or other machines on the LAN does not work. And no, it is not a problem with the router, as the same happened when I still used my old router and the other machines have no problem pinging it or each other anyway. If the modem loses its link with the CMTS while the machine is not doing anything network related, nothing unexpected happens. Once the Iyonix needs to connect to something 'outside', it will simply report that it cannot lookup the hostname or cannot connect to the host. The network interface will continue to function normally (e.g. pinging inside the LAN works). Regards, Frank --- To alter your preferences or leave the group, visit http://www.freelists.org/list/iyonix-support Other info via http://www.freelists.org/webpage/iyonix-support List-related queries to iyonix-support-moderators@xxxxxxxxxxxxx