I installed a E1200 router in my in-law's home and the connection keeps dropping. When working there will several devices successfully connected some via wireless (some phones, ipad, laptops, Roku) and 1 desktop hardwired.
Usually once or twice a day the wireless connections all die and cannot reconnect to the router. The wireless network is visible, but it will not connect. If I do a 30-30-30 router reset it seems to resolve the issue, but this isn't a long term solution. I believe the hardwired connection continues to work, but I have not confirmed this.
I upgraded the firmware to 2.0.06 but this has not helped. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Thank you for your help in advance.
I haven't noticed a pattern yet but I will pay a little closer attention to timing when it happens.
I was just wondering about if you are aware of any common issues with distortion because the router is placed on a shelf in the basement about a foot below the 1st floor's floor joists. The shelf also has a cable modem, DirecTv box, and Ooma (IP phone) box. Maybe I will try to spread these out a bit if possible.
I was able to verify this morning that the connection drop impacts both wireless and wired connections. The wired desktop lost its connection and stated that it only had local network access, but when I attempted get into the router (192.168.1.1) it would not connect.
I also downloaded a free wifi analyzer app for my phone to see if this might provide any insights and the only thing I noticed was that the router wifi signal is weaker from a room away then it does when working.
Per usual a 30-30-30 restart gets everything back up and running.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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