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    Hi,

    I have a few doubts on NU usage. I don't have this facility and cannot try. It will be nice to have your observations.

    1. To use Imran's Broadband Utility, which one should we use, PPPoE or Bridge mode.

    2. Is there any method to switch on and off the PC at any desired time.

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    I do not know about Imran's utility.

    I use my own set of schedulers , tools and processes for night time download.

    I use power shutdown(older version was free, new version is paid one) for scheduled reboot, shutdown PC, disconnect modem and many more.

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    For Swiching Off The PC I Use Auto Net Disconnector, Which Is Most Helpful For Me. I Have Set The Disconnecting Time At 7.50am, When I Am At Swimming, So I Enjoy Swimming And Hear My PC Downloads At Its Optimum Level Till 7.50am

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    You may find something useful here.

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/bsnl-broadband/17899-nu-downloading-time-2.html#post153503

    http://www.softplatz.com/freeware/wi...auto-shutdown/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varad Dilip Choudhari View Post
    For Swiching Off The PC I Use Auto Net Disconnector, Which Is Most Helpful For Me. I Have Set The Disconnecting Time At 7.50am, When I Am At Swimming, So I Enjoy Swimming And Hear My PC Downloads At Its Optimum Level Till 7.50am
    Do we need to use bridge mode for using this sofware.

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    i think both should work ,as the tool only restarts your modem , after that you could use whatever method to reconnect..

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    i think its only for Bridge mode, as the software does not reboot the modem only disconnect it from the internet and if want shutdown the PC

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    For bridge mode, the most simplest schedular for night imo is IDM,

    Using power management in BIOS i set the wake up on lan date and time settings for night, schedule the IDM and then turn off the computer, leaving the ups and modem lights on.

    Scheduling IDM
    YOu can set the start queue and stop queue time and enable the option turn off the computer when done. When the downloads stops at set time it determines that the schedule has finished and the computer shuts down, disconnecting the internet automatically.

    IDM automatically dials the internet connection at start queue time to start downloading the files in queue

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    Quote Originally Posted by capri View Post
    For bridge mode, the most simplest schedular for night imo is IDM,

    Using power management in BIOS i set the wake up on lan date and time settings for night, schedule the IDM and then turn off the computer, leaving the ups and modem lights on.

    Are you talking about BIOS RTC ?

    Quote Originally Posted by capri View Post
    Scheduling IDM
    You can set the start queue and stop queue time and enable the option turn off the computer when done. When the downloads stops at set time it determines that the schedule has finished and the computer shuts down, disconnecting the internet automatically.
    • If a program stops responding , then windows will not shutdown, what would you do then ?
    • If the IDM download completes way before 8AM, suppose at 5 AM, the PC will shutdown or hang up the modem, while torrents are still downloading , waste of another 3 hours or so. What would you do ?

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    I think keeping dialler independent of the scheduler will be a better idea.

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    Use Auto power on and shutdown, though i havent used but my friend says it performs very well

    else wise use the batch files to rebot the modem/router and configure your windows task scheduler, as it is more reliable

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    [b] can anybody tell a complete tutorial for Auto power on and shutdown i am too searching for it, i am on bridge mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varad Dilip Choudhari View Post
    [b] can anybody tell a complete tutorial for Auto power on and shutdown i am too searching for it, i am on bridge mode.
    This might help.


    http://www.indiabroadband.net/bsnl-b...tml#post153503

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    I found a software which can be used to redial if connection fails. Thought of sharing. Please find it here

    Description:

    " ReConnect is a free utility that will automatically reconnect an internet connection when it disconnect "

    Another one,

    ADSL Autoconnect

    Description:

    . Open an ADSL connection at Windows' Startup
    Automatically reconnect
    Reinitialize the connection every X hours
    Notify IP address changes (Mail, FTP, Post)
    Show transfer rates
    Last edited by meetdilip; 14th May 2009 at 10:39 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    If one is looking for something out of these software .......... the most reliable option is to use the Windows Task Scheduler ............


    This method applies to Bridge mode :-

    {I'm currently writting this tutorial based on Windows Vista,so some steps maybe different in Windows XP;but the script would work in Windows XP as well(In case one finds difficulty in using it in Windows XP just reply back)}

    (1).For Disconnecting the Internet connection :-

    (a).Open the Windows Task scheduler.
    (b).Click on 'create basic task'.
    (c).Give some name to the task and description(if you want) lets say: 'Disconnect'
    (d).Select the Time and date etc. to Run the Program.
    (e).Select the 'Start a program' option.
    (f).Now paste the below mentioned script into the space provided as "Program/script" next to the Browse button.

    The Script is :-

    %windir%\system32\rasdial.exe /disconnect

    OR

    C:\Windows\System32\rasdial.exe /disconnect

    ;where /disconnect is the argument.

    (g).now save the new task by clicking Finish in the next step.



    (2).For Connecting the Internet connection :-

    (a).Open the Windows Task scheduler.
    (b).Click on 'create basic task'.
    (c).Give some name to the task and description(if you want) lets say: 'Connect'
    (d).Select the Time and date etc. to Run the Program.
    (e).Select the 'Start a program' option.
    (f).Now paste the below mentioned script into the space provided as "Program/script" next to the Browse button.

    The Script is :-

    C:\Windows\System32\rasdial.exe Connection Name Username Password

    ;where

    Connection name;username;password are the argument.

    Connection Name is your connection name like say: Broadband etc.
    Username is your broadband Username
    Password is your broadband password.


    (g).now save the new task by clicking Finish in the next step.


    Steps To be followed for system shutdown :-

    (a).Open the Windows Task scheduler.
    (b).Click on 'create basic task'.
    (c).Give some name to the task and description(if you want) lets say: 'Shutdown'
    (d).Select the Time and date etc. to Run the Program.
    (e).Select the 'Start a program' option.
    (f).Now paste the below mentioned script into the space provided as "Program/script" next to the Browse button.

    The Script is :-

    C:\Windows\System32\shutdown.exe -s

    ;where

    -s is the argument.

    (g).now save the new task by clicking Finish in the next step.

    the above mentioned task would give you a warning that "The System would shutdown in less than a minute" .
    the default Time-out period is 30 seconds

    but if you want the system to shutdown instantly make a simple modification in the above mentioned script as mentioned below:-

    The Script is :-

    C:\Windows\System32\shutdown.exe -s -t 00

    ;where

    -s -t 00 is the argument.


    With this script the system would close all the running programs instantly without notification and will shutdown.



    Like wise there are scripts for restarting the computer as well.

    If you want the scripts for restarting the computer,modem etc. just reply back .

    hopefully this helps ...........
    Last edited by eruptionjoojo; 15th May 2009 at 08:27 AM.

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    To add,

    First Step:

    Create two batch files

    1)

    Open notepad type the following:
    rasdial [connection name] [user name] [password]
    for example
    rasdial broadband myusername mypassword
    save the above file as connect.bat


    2)


    Open notepad type the following
    rasdial [connection name] /disconnect
    for example
    rasdial broadband /disconnect
    save the above file as disconnect.bat


    Second Step:


    1. Go to START>ACCESSORIES>SYSTEM TOOLS>SCHEDULE TASK
    Schedule task wizard will start>click next


    2. Click "Browse" and select "connect.bat"


    3. Type the task name (anything you want) and then select "Daily".Now to configure how to run it during Night Unlimited.


    Click Next.


    Now set the start time to something like say....2.05 a.m.


    Set Everyday from the Perform this task option right below that and start date to today's date.


    Click Next



    Enter your username and pass on the Next page.


    Click Finish.
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    Just for information

    Manually :

    first go to start---->run
    type telnet
    Enter
    if some black window open then you are able to run telnet
    now again start---->run
    type telnet 192.168.1.1
    Enter
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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    To add,

    First Step:

    Create two batch files

    1)

    Open notepad type the following:
    rasdial [connection name] [user name] [password]
    for example
    rasdial broadband myusername mypassword
    save the above file as connect.bat


    2)


    Open notepad type the following
    rasdial [connection name] /disconnect
    for example
    rasdial broadband /disconnect
    save the above file as disconnect.bat


    Second Step:


    1. Go to START>ACCESSORIES>SYSTEM TOOLS>SCHEDULE TASK
    Schedule task wizard will start>click next


    2. Click "Browse" and select "connect.bat"


    3. Type the task name (anything you want) and then select "Daily".Now to configure how to run it during Night Unlimited.


    Click Next.


    Now set the start time to something like say....2.05 a.m.


    Set Everyday from the Perform this task option right below that and start date to today's date.


    Click Next



    Enter your username and pass on the Next page.


    Click Finish.
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    Just for information

    Manually :

    first go to start---->run
    type telnet
    Enter
    if some black window open then you are able to run telnet
    now again start---->run
    type telnet 192.168.1.1
    Enter
    thnxx for the repo bro ............... :rockon:

    infact i had thought about mentioning the batch file method as well but it is a bit complicated as it involves creating a batch file etc. .............. which at times maybe difficult for a new user .....

    but anyways thanxx a for the additional info (the Batch file method) as well ..............

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    If you are not comfortable with Windows Task Scheduler, try

    Freebyte Task Scheduler

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    Quote Originally Posted by eruptionjoojo01 View Post
    thnxx for the repo bro ............... :rockon:

    infact i had thought about mentioning the batch file method as well but it is a bit complicated as it involves creating a batch file etc. .............. which at times maybe difficult for a new user .....

    but anyways thanxx a for the additional info (the Batch file method) as well ..............
    The scripting(batch file) method may seem very lengthy, but actually creating a batch file takes only seconds, and you only have to write one line of command in each batch file.

    1 minute max

    creating two schedules for both

    2 minutes more

    total 3 minutes


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    Quote Originally Posted by puchu View Post
    The scripting(batch file) method may seem very lengthy, but actually creating a batch file takes only seconds, and you only have to write one line of command in each batch file.

    1 minute max

    creating two schedules for both

    2 minutes more

    total 3 minutes

    Impressive calculations .............

    but anyways i had quoted so becoz i thought anything with a Name say batch file sounds like a GREEK for some users (new obviously)............ although i knew that method as well ........

    and nothing to do with time ............. it's to do with complexity for a new user .

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    Another useful tool

    Macro Expert - automate your task, save your time and money.


    Reboot in PPPoE mode

    It has an inbuilt scheduler!! what it does that it records ur actions on ur computer as a macro and can playback the same when triggered!!

    To automate modem rebooting,

    1.start macro recording
    2.open firefox or ur browser
    3.open your router 192.168.1.1 [or whatever it is]
    4.enter username and password
    5.depending on ur modem model click on save & reboot.
    6.close browser
    7.stop recording

    now there is a macro recording u just created. name it as reboot

    Schedule it to run on 02:10 Hrs.

    It will repeat the same thing u have done and it will reboot your router
    simple
    I hope this is useful and dont cause any problem to router by continuous menu rebooting by saving settings!!


    It can also be used for automatic web page opening, opening a file, using command prompt etc!!

    It has certainly made auto-downloading much easier than before!!

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    http://www.indiabroadband.net/bsnl-b...ads-tasks.html

    looks like u already know about it

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    I am trying to provide all methods in a single thread. Many users ask for an alternate method when they feel one difficult.

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    Default System Scheduler 3.41

    System Scheduler 3.41

    Click here to download.

    Three main functions: 1) Pop-up reminders. 2) Task/Program Launcher. 3) Window Watcher (look for particular window by title and SEND KEYPRESSES to that window (useful for re-establishing broken Internet connections). Can be set to run once only or every minute, hour, day, week, month, or year. Launch other programs at scheduled times and SEND KEYPRESSES to those programs. Tray icon for easy admin, help files, and e-mail support available.

    This free application impressively allows you to schedule programs to run and close and hands out quick pop-up reminders. System Scheduler lets you schedule specific times to open programs and even send keystrokes to be entered. You can set events to run as often as every minute or as sporadically as once a year. Schedule the program's window watcher to close, minimize, or automatically send key presses to any opened window by simply entering the title that will appear in the title bar of your browser or file and the time you want the action to occur. We also like that it includes pop-up reminders with optional WAV audio files for important events and you can hit snooze for the reminder to reappear in so many user-specified minutes. For automatic program launching and quick reminders, System Scheduler is an excellent choice and best of all--it's free.
    Click here to download.

    -----------

    Switch Off 2.3

    Click here to download

    Switch Off is a tiny, easy-to-use, tray-based system utility that can automatically perform various frequently used operations such as shutting down or restarting your computer, disconnecting your current dial-up connection, and locking your workstation. It also provides fast access to these operations through the system-tray icon. It has a fully customizable Web interface that allows you to initiate operations remotely from any computer with a Web browser installed. The Web interface includes WAP support, so you can control your computer from a mobile phone. This utility is intended to be used by either a novice or a professional user, because of its intuitive interface and professional features. Professional features include command-line support, and a silent install option. Version 2.3 includes numerous code optimizations and fixes all known bugs.

    This handy program is a PC timer that can shut down, log off, or force your computer to hibernate. It works either as a countdown timer, or set up like an alarm clock. When the proper time is reached, SwitchOff shuts down all open applications and performs its task. You can configure it to operate daily, weekly, or for a single occurrence. The interface is basic, but well organized. It features a small memory footprint and stable operation. A simple Web interface allows you to operate it from anywhere on the Internet. You can set it to operate minimized on the desktop or as a Windows service. Anyone needing a PC timer will find this program a useful addition to their system.
    Click here to download
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    Nice info @meetdilip

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    Quote Originally Posted by meetdilip View Post
    I hope this is useful and dont cause any problem to router by continuous menu rebooting by saving settings!!
    just for my info how it prevent from any problems to router..? its doing the same thing what we automate through Telnet...?

    good info though repeated.
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    Cheers...!

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    Imran's broadband utility works only on PPPoE mode that is always on.

    Universal Script for for Imran's broadband helper utility.

    Code:
    192.168.1.1 23
    WAIT "*"
    SEND "admin\m" {user name}
    WAIT "*"
    SEND "admin\m" {your password}
    WAIT ""
    SEND "help\m"
    WAIT "\m> help\m"
    SEND "reboot\m"
    WAIT "reboot\m"
    SEND "reboot\m"
    WAIT "reboot\m"
    SEND "exit\m"
    WAIT "*"
    SEND ""
    23 represents port. Please leave a space after one. Few modem/routers will require calling reboot command 4 times (Eg. ITI model) else 2 times is enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by superprash2003 View Post
    i think both should work ,as the tool only restarts your modem , after that you could use whatever method to reconnect..
    whcih tool restart modem

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    Quote Originally Posted by funnyguys View Post
    whcih tool restart modem
    Imran's Broadband Utility
    "LIFE IS LIKE AN ICE-CREAM SO ENJOY IT AS MUCH AS U CAN"

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    Quote Originally Posted by eruptionjoojo View Post
    If one is looking for something out of these software .......... the most reliable option is to use the Windows Task Scheduler ............


    This method applies to Bridge mode :-

    {I'm currently writting this tutorial based on Windows Vista,so some steps maybe different in Windows XP;but the script would work in Windows XP as well(In case one finds difficulty in using it in Windows XP just reply back)}

    (1).For Disconnecting the Internet connection :-

    (a).Open the Windows Task scheduler.
    (b).Click on 'create basic task'.
    (c).Give some name to the task and description(if you want) lets say: 'Disconnect'
    (d).Select the Time and date etc. to Run the Program.
    (e).Select the 'Start a program' option.
    (f).Now paste the below mentioned script into the space provided as "Program/script" next to the Browse button.

    The Script is :-

    %windir%\system32\rasdial.exe /disconnect

    OR

    C:\Windows\System32\rasdial.exe /disconnect

    ;where /disconnect is the argument.

    (g).now save the new task by clicking Finish in the next step.



    (2).For Connecting the Internet connection :-

    (a).Open the Windows Task scheduler.
    (b).Click on 'create basic task'.
    (c).Give some name to the task and description(if you want) lets say: 'Connect'
    (d).Select the Time and date etc. to Run the Program.
    (e).Select the 'Start a program' option.
    (f).Now paste the below mentioned script into the space provided as "Program/script" next to the Browse button.

    The Script is :-

    C:\Windows\System32\rasdial.exe Connection Name Username Password

    ;where

    Connection name;username;password are the argument.

    Connection Name is your connection name like say: Broadband etc.
    Username is your broadband Username
    Password is your broadband password.


    (g).now save the new task by clicking Finish in the next step.


    Steps To be followed for system shutdown :-

    (a).Open the Windows Task scheduler.
    (b).Click on 'create basic task'.
    (c).Give some name to the task and description(if you want) lets say: 'Shutdown'
    (d).Select the Time and date etc. to Run the Program.
    (e).Select the 'Start a program' option.
    (f).Now paste the below mentioned script into the space provided as "Program/script" next to the Browse button.

    The Script is :-

    C:\Windows\System32\shutdown.exe -s

    ;where

    -s is the argument.

    (g).now save the new task by clicking Finish in the next step.

    the above mentioned task would give you a warning that "The System would shutdown in less than a minute" .
    the default Time-out period is 30 seconds

    but if you want the system to shutdown instantly make a simple modification in the above mentioned script as mentioned below:-

    The Script is :-

    C:\Windows\System32\shutdown.exe -s -t 00

    ;where

    -s -t 00 is the argument.


    With this script the system would close all the running programs instantly without notification and will shutdown.



    Like wise there are scripts for restarting the computer as well.

    If you want the scripts for restarting the computer,modem etc. just reply back .

    hopefully this helps ...........
    Hi freinds... !!!

    I am trying these tricks and have scheduled my connection (I am on bridge mode) to disconnect automatically. But one think that I have noticed that the dynamic IP address provided by the server doesn't changes when I again connect. So does that mean that only interconnection is lost but my modem is still connected to the server.
    Or in other words is the connection between my pc and modem is lost and the connection between modem and server is still active???

    One more thing that I want o know is that on bridge mode, when I disconnect the connection(without rebooting) what really happens???? My modem is disconnected from the server or My PC is disconnected from the modem while Modem is still connected to server....???

    I am asking this because I have noticed this that dynamic IP Doesn't changes when I disconnect and connect again...

    Please help...

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    Use a disconnect batch file.

    Procedure :

    Open notepad type the following
    rasdial [connection name] /disconnect
    for example
    rasdial broadband /disconnect
    save the above file as disconnect.bat

    If you are in Bridge mode and run batch file successfully, it will renew your IP. Or you can simply reboot the PC. By doing this, the connection will be automatically disconnected and your IP will change.

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    So does that mean that the above mentioned procedure "eruptionjoojo" through Task scheduler will not work or is it I am doing things in wrong way???

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    No idea. Never tried that method.

    Tried batch file method. Use to work for me. It is just 2 minute business. Give it a try. Simply use a notepad, save it as batch file. Simply double click. Your connection will disconnect. You can go here and check your IP address before and after disconnection

    What Is My IP Address? Lookup IP, Hide IP, Change IP, Trace IP and more...

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    Ok now I did as u said. I renamed my dial up as broadband and when tried to execute the batch file it says "you are not connected to broadband"
    command completed successfully.
    But I still cant see my connection getting disconnected.

    One more thing. Forget Bat file and task scheduler. I am giving the exact situation.
    When I disconnect my connection using the dialer and again connect through it, even in that case also IP doesn't changes. Can you please explain this please.

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    Are you able to browse after executing disconnection batch file ?

    Did you wrote down the IP before disconnection ? If yes, connect again and check if your IP is changed.

    Is still facing problem, delete the dialer and create a new. No check running the batch file and check.

    Quote Originally Posted by coolguy_jmi View Post
    When I disconnect my connection using the dialer and again connect through it, even in that case also IP doesn't changes. Can you please explain this please.
    Are you able to browse after manual disconnection ?
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    Well well well...now its happening. Now the IP changes....It seems at times it does its own thing....
    This is the first time I am seeing IP changing. Earlier when I used to do IP used to remain same until I reboot modem...

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    Good. Must be a problem with the dialer.

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    Ok Ok Ok..wait now...

    I tried it several times and on some occasions IP don't changed and on other it changes.
    On running the script mentioned by "eruptionjoojo" also dialer gets disconnected and on again connecting sometimes IP changes and sometimes it doesn't...

    Fine I gues its not fool proof.
    One last thing...just tell me if I shut down my PC(and not the modem) in that case will the modem release the IP and disconnection will take place....???
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    1. Mention modem - model and make.

    2. Confirm, deleted dialer and made a new one.

    3. Any particular reason for being in bridge mode ? There are schedulers which can reboot modem in PPPoE mode too.

    This may help

    http://www.indiabroadband.net/bsnl-b...chedulers.html

    Quote Originally Posted by coolguy_jmi View Post
    One last thing...just tell me if I shut down my PC(and not the modem) in that case will the modem release the IP and disconnection will take place....???
    Yes, if you are in Bridge mode and PC is restarted, your connection will be interrupted and will give a new IP after reconnection.
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    The modem is COMPEX MRL21E.
    Well I created this Dialer using a pppoe software from BSNL calcutta site.

    No reason as such for being in bridge m ode. I went through the link u gave and I even tried to get hold of a software u call as imran's utility...but the link to is dead.

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    Yes, if you are in Bridge mode and PC is restarted, your connection will be interrupted and will give a new IP after reconnection.
    Fine then if everything fails I will schedule my PC to shut down at around 7:50AM as a backup. I have already scheduled the disconnection at 7:40.
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    Does it mean that you are still using the old dialer ?

    Mention your OS. You can simply create a new broadband connection (dialer) from " Network connections " in control panel.

    For scheduler, try this link

    Auto-connect Download scheduler PC-Gyaan

    Quote Originally Posted by coolguy_jmi View Post
    Fine then if everything fails I will schedule my PC to shut down at around 7:50AM as a backup. I have already scheduled the disconnection at 7:40.
    Ok. But I think creating a new dialer will solve your problem.
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    Check up your usage portal.
    Whether data for day usage and night usage are listed separately.i

    Do not use any scheduler say between say 0700AM and 0900AM. Do normal surfing.
    check next day.

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    No friend I have created a new dial up. But just as a back up measure i am going to schedule my PC to shutdown. BTW i am using XP sp3.

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    Ok, nice ...............

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    Ok essbebe I will do as suggested by you and report ASAP.

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