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OS 10.4 - Problem with internet connectivity.

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If I'm connected over VPN on my Macbook Pro, and for some reason the internet connection goes away, the internet connectivity is lost for ever. Once I turn on and off my cable modem, my Windows laptop can connect to the network, but, my Mac requires a reboot?
Any thoughts/workarounds?

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