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Tue Feb 01, 2011 7:20 pm

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Hi.

Sometimes, at random moments, my mac's connection will crash during a large file transference to a PC. If i'm the one making the operation, I get a dialog telling me that the connection to the server has been interrupted. My options in that dialog are: ignore or disconnect. Instead, if the PC's copying the file from one of my shared folders, the same thing happens, only i don't get any dialogs at my end.

In every case, i also lose my connection to the internet. The solution then is to reboot AirPort; that seems to reestablish my internet and local network. The curious thing is, when I go to the network panel, AirPort reports to be working fine, with an assigned ip and all.

Is there a solution? Thanks.



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