I have this old DSL 502T Dlink modem router(wired). I have been using this for many years without any issues.
Recently though, there is issue connecting to the Internet (WAN side). It takes many attempts (restarts of modem) to connect to the internet for the first time, that is when my PC and Modem are started. It takes minimum 3-4 restarts of modem to get an internet connection working.
I have Ubuntu 12.04 and a 4G mobile broadband-modem called, ZTE mf880 ltf usb modem. Every time I loose internet-connection, Ubuntu seem to "loose track" of the modem and I have to pull it out and put it back in again, only to wait for Ubuntu to detect it again.
I am using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. my PC is a Compaq Presario SG3043IL with a D-Link GLB-802C ADSL 2+ Router.
previously i was not even getting connected to the modem but now some how i have connected my ubuntu to the modem but no way can i connect to the internet.
the internet connection workins fine whenever i log on to my XP.
need help to connect to the internet.
I'm new to Ubuntu. I'm using Ubuntu 12.04. My problem is that I cannot connect to the internet with my D-link modem. I've tried using the lsusb command. It shows that my modem has been plugged in, but I can not configure the modem to connect to the internet.
A week and a half ago, I started having an odd problem: with my main desktop connected to my gigabit switch, my internet connection would go dead, not just for my desktop, but for all of my devices. My first instinct was that it was my actual internet connection, and so I had my ISP replace my modem. That didn't solve the problem, but it did reveal that it was my computer to blame.
I've been searching everywhere the internet but nothing came up with this type of modem that can be rebooted automatically using a script. My problem is that I lose internet connection several times a day and the solutions whenever this happens is to reboot the modem using the modem's on/off switch or by going to its lan address.