First of all I would like to say sorry if I missed a similar thread, I really tried to find any possible information before this post.
I have a Cisco WRVS4400N v2 with lastest firmware (184.108.40.206) router at home location. My ISP providing me with 100/100 Mbit fiber network. The structure is simple:
As clients I have:
- Storage Server LAN
- Laptop LAN
- Laptop WLAN
- Media Center LAN
Also simple.. As it was suggested, I turned off IPS and it really helped. I can now see the download speed as 11-12 Mbps which is maximum of my ISP - appriciate that.
Well, with this huge speeds it's impossible not to use P2P network (in my case - torrents) for downloading. And it's working, but only for some period of time (different all the time) and it really doesn't matter what speed I had during the download, the result is the same - my router just hangs up after a while. Sometimes it take about 10-15 hours, sometimes 1-2 are more than enough. I loosing all my connectivity with all the resources (internal and external) and can't get any IP address from the routers DHCP.
- Reseted to factory defaults
- Assigning DMZ to the computer which is downloading
- Firmware upgrade
- Replacement of ports/cables/network cards..
Nothing helps. Please help me out folks?