>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: midrange-l-admin@midrange.com
> [mailto:midrange-l-admin@midrange.com]On
> Behalf Of Phil
>
> Check the archives for this because I know we've talked about it.  I first
> bought a LinkSys router that did exactly what you're describing, exchanged
> it - same problem.  Then I replaced it with a NetGear router and
> I've had no
> problems since.  But, others have posted that they use LinkSys with no
> problems.  Look for posts from John Taylor because he went all out looking
> for the cause.  I don't know what he wound up doing.
>


It's been an extremely frustrating problem - one which IBM Support swears
with a straight face that no one else is having. They want $275/hr to come
in and figure out what's happening in my "unique" situation. In any event,
my next step is to set up packet sniffers on the outside of each router. I
should get around to doing that sometime in the next week or two.

BTW, my issues involve an intranet without any VPN.


Regards,

John Taylor




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