Hello everyoneA quick question to ask that there is a piece of software on the Net that allows you to keep your internet connection "live"...so that it doesn't allow the connection to drop?I have used this in the past successfully, yet now cannot remember the name of the program, although I do remember that PC Advisor mentioned about this program a while ago?I think that the program name starts with Re?Can anyone help me please?ThanksHappy37
Anyone please help???^
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BelatucadrusThanks for your reponse - will try this and see how it goes, yet would still like to remember the name of the other program that I suggested above...??? Any takers?Thanks again.....
Hello everyone...Quickly popping back to say that I have found the software that I was looking for on my original request:-click hereHowever, has anyone used this with a router as it keeps on saying "no connections found" even though I do connect to the Net okay via router!How do I configure the program to work with a Net connection supplied via a router?Can anyone help please?Thanks
I have my router to 'connect on demand' and have set the inactivity period to 45 minutes. I then use Outlook Express to keep the connection live by setting it to check for new emails every 20 minutes. Works a treat.
MAJThanks for your reply - I only connect my router when I need to...even then, I only download my emails into Outlook (not Express) when I am ready to do so.This is why I was looking to re-use a program such as ReConnect - has anyone else successfully used ReConnect with a router setup, and how did they go about doing so?Thanks
^ - Technotiger, buteman and others???
Don't need to use this now - all is working well...thamks to all that replied.
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