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Problem with Local Area Connection, unavailable default gateway, disconnects while uploading.

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October 29, 2013 11:16:23 AM

It's been a few weeks since I noticed this, it first started as a message when a yellow triangle would appear and when I diagnosed LAN adapter it would say 'the default gateway is not available' .

But now there are even more frequent disconnects and it always disconnects me when I upload something to the internet (a picture, do speedtest.net test etc.), while I'm connected with LAN yellow cable.

I tried connecting through the wireless to router and while the problem with disconnects goes away the ping becomes horrible (tested it at pingtest.net, 5-10% packet loss, 200-300 ping and 300~ jitter, so the wireless is not an option,so I need to fix the wired connection.

I also eliminated the possibility of a faulty cables as my ISP confirmed that there are no break ups at their side.

Any suggestions guys? I'm desperate :p 


October 29, 2013 11:29:29 AM

Seems a bit obvious but have you tried your LAN cable in a different port on the router or a different LAN cable?
October 29, 2013 11:33:04 AM

pauls3743 said:
Seems a bit obvious but have you tried your LAN cable in a different port on the router or a different LAN cable?


Yeah that's what the ISP guys suggested at first as well, I've tried different ports and a different cable.
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October 29, 2013 1:51:26 PM

Reinstall the driver.

Add the gateway under tcpIPv4 >proprieties > WINS tab

The gateway is the the address you log on to the router with E.G. 192.168.0.*
October 30, 2013 3:07:06 AM

allennnn said:
Reinstall the driver.

Add the gateway under tcpIPv4 >proprieties > WINS tab

The gateway is the the address you log on to the router with E.G. 192.168.0.*


I have tried that as well, I added 192.168.1.1, and tried updating and roll backing the driver, maybe both LAN cables are faulty ...I'll try with another one when I get it.
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