I have a home network with several computers. 6 of them are running Windows 10 Pro. The router is a Linksys LRT224. One of the Windows 10 machines (we'll call it Library) can be working fine with browsing web pages for 20-30 minutes or so, then just randomly it will get an error that the page can not be loaded and a DNS error. If you wait a few minutes, it will normally just start working again on it's own. There is no problem with that computer communicating with any other computer on the network during that internet outage time. I've tried manually setting the DNS servers on that machine to different ones than what are set on the router, but that didn't change anything. Does anyone have any suggestions? Oh, and all computers on the network are hard-wired to the switches and router.
Edited by Bryan Mohr, 02 March 2016 - 08:01 PM.