I'm an Xfinity internet costumer started on June 2019 and using 60mbps download speed plan.
I have one desktop just randomly disconnect every 1-2hours. Sometime would less than 1 hour and I have to reset my desktop everytime.
I have 3 desktop, 1laptop, 2 smart phone, 2 video game console are connecting my internet but only my desktop had this problem.
My desktop usually use for gaming, Twitch stream, watching video and browsing Internet.
I tried to replace the network cable, the xfinity router, reinstall network driver and still got happen again.
I tried to reinstall windows so I don't think it is system problem.
And is it so weird is when my desktop was disconnected. I still can ping to google DNS (220.127.116.11) and can sent and received.
I tried to netsh int ip reset , netsh winsock reset, ipconfig/renew and still got problem.
I tried setting a static IP but it is not work.
Does anyone can discuss my issue, I'm wondering try to figure it out and fix it because it is very annoying for me when I use my desktop.
Thank you so much
Hello @Edmond4, thanks for reaching out to our Forums! I'm sorry that you're experiencing this connection issue and it's odd that it is only occurring on one of your computers. I would be more than happy to assist you with further troubleshooting this. Can you please send me a private message including the full name as it appears on the account and your full name if different?
To send me a Private Message, please click my name “ComcastAmira” and click “send a message.
Thank you for your reply and I just sent the private message to you.
Please check the message and if you need any information please let me know
@Edmond4, I have responded in our private message and I will await your response, thanks!
All my devices lost connection and the symptom was the same "DNS error" this morning.
I cleared up after Comcast completed maintenance in my area.
I have almost the same issue. Although for my it is on multiple devices. Let me know how it gets resolved.
FWIW, "DNS Error" messages typically are generic messages that are generated by a computer's Operating System when there is a general loss of connectivity to the internet, and are not a DNS problem.
@Edmond4, I truly apologize about the delay, I was off for the last 3 days. I have responded in our private message if you could please get back to me at your earliest convenience. Thanks!
Hello @demart, thanks for reaching out to our Forums! I'm sorry to hear that you are also experiencing this connection loss on multiple of your devices. I can absolutely assist you with this! I have responded to your private message if you could please get back to me at your earliest convenience. I appreciate it!
@Edmond4, I did not hear back from you in our private message or on here, so I will be locking this thread. Please reach back out to me in a private message if you have any other questions related to the one device connection concern. Please create a new Public post for any new issues or concerns, we're here to help. Thanks and we appreciate you choosing to have Comcast as your service provider.