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    With Covid and retirement I thought I should check if this forum is still going, and apparently it is - same people dissing the same other people, etc. LOL

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    You doing alright?
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    Us husbands are a sorry lot.

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    Hi there

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    Senile Member sarel's Avatar
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    Me again. Yeah still OK thx. Bit old these days with old peoples health problems with what the heck - we will overcome.

    What I do find is that the mind/memory is slowly starting to slip. I am pretty sure my fibre to my house disconnects randomly every minute or so but I can't remember how to check it. It will probably come to me in a few months.

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    Default Re: Just popped in to say hello

    Quote Originally Posted by sarel View Post
    I am pretty sure my fibre to my house disconnects randomly every minute or so but I can't remember how to check it. l
    One: Watch the ONT. Do the lights go out?
    Two: go into the router, 192.168.1.something....depending on model...It's usually in the booklet or on sticker.


    And see if it has been up the whole time, or how often it has reconnected.
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