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
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
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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