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Old May 28th, 2009, 03:03 PM
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Default DGN2000 - Losing internet when additional device plugged in

Hi,

I've just installed a new DGN2000 router modem, wifi is turned off and all devices hard wired. There is 1 pc, a Samsung CCTV DVR and a Casio till system connected to it.broadband has a static ip.

Problem is, when I turn pc off and back on again it loses internet connection. If I disconnect the Casio till system then repair the connection I get internet back.
Only happens with the Casio device and only loses internet after rebooting computer.

Any ideas?

Andy
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Old May 28th, 2009, 03:45 PM
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Default Re: DGN2000 - Losing internet when additional device plugged in

wrong area

moving to rangemax next routers

you got some setting issues I say.
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