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Corrupted IP Routing Table


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I'm running Windows XP Home Edition with a Netgear wireless router. Periodically--once a day or two-- I lose connectivity to the internet. Running xpnetdial fixes the problem.

The log states that the system has a corrupted IP Routing Table and invalid ARP Cache entries.

How can I fix this permanently so I don't have to run the diagnostic software frequently?

Thanks.

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I'm running Windows XP Home Edition with a Netgear wireless router. Periodically--once a day or two-- I lose connectivity to the internet. Running xpnetdial fixes the problem.

The log states that the system has a corrupted IP Routing Table and invalid ARP Cache entries.

How can I fix this permanently so I don't have to run the diagnostic software frequently?

Thanks.

Are you checking the log on the router or the PC. If it's on the PC go to the command prompt>type in arp -d *. This deletes all the arp tables. If it's on the router, you should probably reset it. If it keeps happening, your router might be messed up.

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