I have recently bought a cisco wrv210 router. There seems to be a problem with it's wireless - at least once a day it gets 'frozen' - I cannot ping the router or any other address on the network. If I disconnect from the wireless network,it is still visible in the wireless networks list, but when I connect to it I still cannot ping anything. When I reboot the router everything runs fine for some time and then the problem occurs again. If somebody connects with a cable to the router they will not be affected by this issue - only wireless users are.
After browsing around in forums I have followed some suggestions, like turning off all logging, updating to the latest firmware (126.96.36.199) and doing a factory reset, but none has been successful so far.
Do you think I may have a faulty router, and if so is there a way to RMA it?
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