I have a 1941W router providing internet access throughout our office building. Individual users have been experiencing frequent disconnects (once every 10 minutes) and are having to manually select the wireless network to regain access. This has happened to different users on different days at different times. While one user disconnects, there is no other indication of a problem for everyone else. The router does not give any error indications when disconnects occur.
We have about 12 wireless users and 40 LAN connected devices on the router.
If anyone has had a similar problem and been able to fix it, please let me know.
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