I've been reviewing your website and really appreciate the GREAT advice. Wish I understood it better. Most of this computer language is way above my head. Looks like spam in the network arena is your primary concern. I'll keep reading and see what I can glean.
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|Message||I just installed a linksys wireless router for my friend who has Bellsouth FastAccess DSL service and a Westell modem. |
However, in "Network Connections" folder, there is a network connection named "Internet Connection" that comes and goes and appears to be conflicting with the "High Speed LAN Connection" network connection. When I disable the "High Speed LAN Connection", the other connection dissapears. When I enable it, the other one comes back.
Is this something you've seen before? How do I get rid of it?
The item "Internet Connection" is simply the UPnP interface to the router. Why it conflicts with the "High Speed LAN Connection" (or why it appears to) I cannot say. I would like to explore this though.
Please register at DSLR Forums (free), and post your question there. I'd bet you have a good answer by the end of the weekend.
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