not sure what is going on. This PM my safari stopped right in the middle of my bidding on eBay. Mail was down also. This was on my iPad . My Wifi showed full strength the whole time. Tried later to no avail. A bit later went to my Mac and it was down there also.
A hour or so ago I got in my car and tried different wifi locations . The library has an un restricted one an it didn't work there.
So went t supper at a restaurant and just left. Decided to tr out a local motel and got a strong signal and lo and behold able to finish my business wit eBay.
Am making this post while still parked at the motel so I can be assured of making this post before I go home to see what happens there.
This happened a few days ago but then it came back on after an hour or so but today it was down over five hours. I checked my old modem and it was showing all the lights so any ideas would be appreciated
If we don't count our blessings We are just wasting our time
Loc: Central Florida
What carp said. Our internet goes down periodically as well. One fix is to unplug the power and the connecting cables from the cable modem and/or the Airport Extreme. Let it sit a couple of minutes and plug everything back in.
Works for us, anyway.
Question: you getting any weird looks when you are sitting in your car in a motel parking lot?
Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
It's extremely rare for my connection to be down. Sure, it may drop for a few minutes, but comes right back. They do something once a month at around 5 AM on Sunday that takes it down for about 15 minutes. Any outage over 30 minutes and I'm on the phone to report it (after I reboot the modem and router, though).
Dave, I'm having intermittent problems with my comcast internet connection for a week or more now. It just deserts me for a few moments -- nothing to tear my hair out about -- but I think maybe it is something in the air ??
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