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Thread: when restarting from hibernation ZA locks wireless internet

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    webmailuser_msn Guest

    Default when restarting from hibernation ZA locks wireless internet

    When I reboot my laptop from hibernation, wireless internet connection is detected.
    However, I can't access to internet - it's like if I were offline: Explorer times out.
    But If I shutdown ZA immediatly I can surf in the web.
    And if in that moment I restart ZA, internet activity seems to be locked for some minutes, but later it is access is allowed

    Notes:
    All the time windows says my internet connection is established
    ZA doesn't show any warning, and it always seems to be working.
    Using WinXP home, ZA 6.5 Free

    Thanks.

    Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm (Free)
    Software Version:6.5

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    ad_hock Guest

    Default Re: when restarting from hibernation ZA locks wireless internet

    Try adding the ip's of the DHCP and DNS servers to the trusted zone.Follow this link http://forum.zonelabs.org/zonelabs/b...d=23056#M23056

    Best regards

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    webmailuser_msn Guest

    Default Re: when restarting from hibernation ZA locks wireless internet

    Hello, Ad-Hock:
    I tried it and seems problem was solved. I will observe it for a while to make sure. Thanks GURU!

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    ad_hock Guest

    Default Re: when restarting from hibernation ZA locks wireless internet

    Your welcome.Let's hope it continues OK,I trust it willBest regards

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    Default Re: when restarting from hibernation ZA locks wireless internet

    Hiberation is pain to use - it kills the Windows taskbar on my new laptop and scrambles the keyboard mappings on my old one.

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    ad_hock Guest

    Default Re: when restarting from hibernation ZA locks wireless internet

    Yes I agree with you I also never use it.However lots of people with laptops use it and when "waking up" they complain about loosing the internet connection.Normally adding the ip's of DHCP and DNS servers to trusted solves the problem,but not always.Best regardsAD

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