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Kloppstock 05-05-2007 05:10 PM

Dhcp leasing problem
 
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I have a problem with my Internet and computer
i loose my connection to internet for short intevalls after some random time online, all file-sharing and net browsing goes down at the same time..and then wakes to life again after a half minute

I have saved my router event logg, and i know exactley whath the problem is
(was to big to attach with the other pics(klickable)
http://content.imagesocket.com/thumbs/testd5a.jpg
..but i just don't know what is causing it
As you can see here my router seems to be periodically deleting the WAN IP address leaving me offline for 30 seconds to a minute before it leases a new IP

18:22:04 (since last boot) DHCC IP address 87.227.102.174 deleted: ok

18:22:35 (since last boot) DHCC IP address 87.227.102.174 (255.255.255.0) set on intf Internet: ok

I allso cauth this smooth criminal in Wireshark, looks like this, ICMP Protocol all of a sudden (see the attachment pic down below over this view)

the problem is..that im not bright enough to understand how to use sniffer
softwares in deep and accually understand how to track after additional info ore sett up optimal settings

I have confronted my ISP about the overall problematic, thei say thath thei can't see any problems on their side and have no heard complaints of anything similar.
and heres a wery important thing to know!

This ISP i have currentley..i have only hade them 1 month now.
AND with my previous ISP this problem has looked exactley the same as now..for 1 year now (and i switched ISP just to get ridd of this i thauth)
and...i got this computer...yes...1 year ago:mad:
so i think you know what i mean

with my old computer this was not a problem, and i didnt even have a router back then..just a standard modem with a dynamic IP
now i have a router with a permanet IP (if i understand it right)

and there is absolutley no change anyway..so i can altaeast after alot of research exclude all forms of possible differences in IP adresses ore ISP relatad problems, router settings

so what is left then?
this computer...everyone stand and point at it
something unknown makes my specific computer to force "DHCC leasing"
some form of stealth settings perhaps? some form of conflicting software?
(no spyware!)

I have a speedtouch 780 WL router (and thei say i dont need to update this Firmware)
I have Windows XP Home Edition SP2 (with thath connection limit optimizer patch installed)

Motherboard - ASUS P5WD2-Premium (Updated)

Intel Chipset 955x Express Chipset (Updated to latest IU)
Memory controller:82955X

Intel P4 3400 MHz 2 Gb Ram

If anyone here is familiar with my computer modell, specifications ore if you understand how to track any Network Sniffer loggs in deep, i ask you to please help me in any way

Regards/Kloppstock

Sami 05-06-2007 01:47 AM

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You have spyware on your computer

Attached is the file with entries to be removed by HijackThis

Remove these entries then it should be fine.

Kloppstock 05-06-2007 11:15 AM

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Originally Posted by Sami (Post 6404)
You have spyware on your computer

Attached is the file with entries to be removed by HijackThis

Remove these entries then it should be fine.

No Winmx is no Spyware...thoose lines there are trusted

i have installed thath myself

Firefox 05-06-2007 12:27 PM

WinMX is plagued with spyware if you trust it or not. I personally would use a different p2p client like Shareaza or Bearshare. Shareaza is 100% spyware free, that's been tested, and has a large community for support so I'd recommend them myself.

I don't suppose that you installed WinMX about a year ago as well?

Do as Sami says and uninstall WinMX, fix with HiJackThis and install something more secure if you are going to be using p2p. :)

Kloppstock 05-06-2007 01:33 PM

No..I accually use winmx Pie patch ;) seens winmx is my motivation for fixing this issue
but if we try to exclude the question if i choose to trust winmx ore not..seens its not winmx who are causing my specific problem anyway :)

..believe me i have confronted all of the moore official winmx forums about my issue, and if winmx is a spyware threat then todays winmx community could not still exist at all..and all chatrooms in winmx would be empty seens every user would have my problem too :)


William_Wilson 05-06-2007 05:06 PM

just a thought, but if you remove winmx and the problem goes away, it will tell you what the problem was. I would like to point out that just because you installed it, doesn't mean it can't be spyware. Thousands of people installed programs like Kazaa or iMesh a few years back everyday, and both were filled with viruses and spyware, as well as a large percentage of the files available on both programs.

Kloppstock 05-07-2007 09:25 AM

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Originally Posted by William_Wilson (Post 6415)
just a thought, but if you remove winmx and the problem goes away, it will tell you what the problem was. I would like to point out that just because you installed it, doesn't mean it can't be spyware. Thousands of people installed programs like Kazaa or iMesh a few years back everyday, and both were filled with viruses and spyware, as well as a large percentage of the files available on both programs.

the difference between Kazaa, Imesh and Winmx is thath "Winmx bears a spyware infestation" is just a myth..the others accualy doing it
Winmx is my motivation for fixing this lol..cause i can live with the fact thath i can't acces webpages for 30 seconds somethimes..but this disconnection both affects DC++ and Winmx as primary

but if Winmx whas a spyware then todays winmx community would not even exist and all chatrooms inside would be empty..seens everyone would loose their connection if thei used this patch and winmx is a pure trading P2P network, so it would not work, but thats not the case luckily! the winmx users of today are accually experience a healthy winmx..i have seen it :) and why would this "trojan" only kill my connection of 1000 of people?
and why did Winmx work with my old computer

MXPie.info :: MXPie Patch Connection Help :: Still Loosing connection with a new 100 % working Router

Part 2: Loosing that connection

but its an idea..to delete these hosts..and add them again from 1 of the "connection patches" to be sure thath all old entries are removed from the other patch (i have tested both of them pretty often you see:))
cause its 2 different groups thath provide a winmx connection solution with 2 different patches..
now im gonna sound a litte ruff here :sbiggrin: but can we leave the winmx trail now? and choose another


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