My ISP is Comcast (I know they suck, but it's the only decent broadband ISP in my hometown), and at first I thought it was their end, but nope, definitely my end. Okay, here's what's going on, my internet connection randomly drops for no apparent reason. Yep, it's theinfamous yellow triangle. I have a network set up, two desktops and one laptop, one (the primary PC) is wired and the other two are wirelessly connected via a D-link router. For as long as we had this router, the internet connection has gone off/disconnected randomly every now and then, which I guess is normal. However, starting last week, it seems to be happening more and more. It will either go back on by itself, or I will need to power cycle both the modem and the router in hopes that it will go back on. Sometimes it doesn't, but most of the time it will. I checked the settings located at 18.104.22.168 and everything seems to be the way it should; nothing seems to be amiss as far as I can tell in the settings. Everything (MAC address, DHCP, subnet mask, etc) is/are at the settings it should be at (default). Twice today I experienced this issue and it's starting to piss me off; and I'm convinced that this sort of issue shouldn't happen THIS frequently. To sum up: Internet connection stops working randomly (yellow triangle) Must power cycle both router and modem and wait for it to go back on Checked router IP address and nothing seems amiss Opened Network and Sharing Center (oddly enough, using that sometimes kicks the connection back "on") Use CMD: ping randomsite.com....nothing Yeah, this is frustrating. Is my router jacked up and/or is Comcast being a douchebag again?