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blanky

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Hello there,
My WF has strange problem. Sometimes my public network card can't access to internet. If this occur, i have to change my network speed to 10half mode or something, the point is only need to change speed whatever it is. After that my public card can access to internet. It's not always happen but sometimes. it don't think that errors was because of traffic policy or others cause after i change network speed, everythings works normally. That problem never happened on my private card.

No one reply me, assume that kind of error didn't happen on any users! Have WF problem if we use same network card (driver,chipset, model..)for public and private, anyone know it?

[Updated on: Mon, 05 February 2007 04:49]

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lansclu

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use WHQL driver for your external network card. And this is not an issue of KWF. Check your CAT5/CAT6 cable wiring which is connected
on your external port, it might have collisions. or contact your
ISP.

Thanks.
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