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Old October 5th, 2012, 10:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My data network sometimes drop for a few seconds then reconnect
Does this mean I'm near another cell tower?
This always happen in the same place

I also notice that everytime my network drop and reconnect, i get a new external ip and internal ip
Does this mean anything

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My data network sometimes drop for a few seconds then reconnect
Does this mean I'm near another cell tower?
It could, or it could indicate a weak signal/poor connection to one particular cell.

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I also notice that everytime my network drop and reconnect, i get a new external ip and internal ip
Does this mean anything
Inconclusive... the configured IP address lease period is likely already very short, so that any freed-up IP is almost immediately reassigned to a new connection rather than awaiting the return of a device that may well be long-gone from the vicinity.

The app Network Signal Info will show the CID of the currently-connected cell. If that changes then you'll know for certain that you're on a different cell than previously.
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