Make and model of computer: Click here
How the computer is connected (wireless or wired): Wired only
Make and model of Router:
D-Link DGL 4100 "Gamer Lounge" Wired Gaming Router
Make and Model of Modem:
Motorola SURFboard SB6121 (Wired only)
What type of internet you have (Dsl, Cable, T-1,etc..)
Service provider: CableTica (in Costa Rica)
My original thread from another forum: (link to original post here)
I had a similar issue about 2 weeks ago, which you can find in this thread here.
So I have another issue now.
Everything was working PERFECTLY since I last posted here (~14 days ago)
Then, last night, the internet went out. I did some troubleshooting and I saw that the lights on the modem weren't showing 4 solid but 1 solid and one blinking and changing to 3 solid and 1 blinking. I power cycled the modem many times throughout a few hours time span and nothing changed. Then our neighbors internet went down, too. They had the same problem and identical beeping lights on their modem as well. So as far as I can tell, this was a very general internet outtage.
So we basically gave up for the night. Then, this morning, I saw that all the lights were working properly. I power cycled the modem again, and all the lights were still working! I plugged my PC directly into the modem and I got internet fine (that's what I'm using right now to write this post).
However, when I plug in my router to the modem and my PC into the router, I'm having a similar issue to before...
The internet says its connected, and then it drops off and says "identifying" in the system tray... then it says disconnected... and then it repeats this process forever.
Meanwhile, when ever I try to access my router during this time, it just says:
The gateway is currently measuring your network connection.
Accessing this web page might have an effect on the measurement.
This page will refresh shortly.
And then it never fixes itself... this is the only splash screen I am able to get while I am plugged into the router, unless I unplug the router from the modem and keep my PC plugged into the router.
I have tried power cycling the router and the modem, as well as changing the DHCP to initiate a soft reboot of the router. Nothing worked to fix the issue so far. I figured I would post here before I do something crazy and mess it all up lol
Any help is appreciated.
Just so you know, I already went back through this entire thread to see if I could find something that would help me from last time... and the only thing that I actually did last time that seemed to work was to clone my PC's mac address to the router. But it already has my PC's MAC address (I checked). Aside from this, everything that I did last time has already been done, and I don't see the point in doing it again.
Attached: minitoolbox result.txt
It's been about 3 weeks since this original post was made... and I still haven't found a solution.
I have attached the files mentioned in the post above.
Alas, if you want to just have a fresh start with this problem I understand and I will follow any instructions you give me. However, if you want to have a look at what we have done previously to engage this issue, have a look through the threads that I linked at the beginning of the post. The original thread is very long... the latest thread is very short.
Either way, thanks so much for helping me!
[attachment=149604:Result.txt] (fresh test w/ MiniToolBox.exe)
Edited by Philonimus, 20 April 2014 - 02:21 PM.