Randomly, the cisco light blinks and i lose my internet connection. I cant even ping the router. After 30 secs it works again. But this is annoying, i got disconnected 4 times today, unnaceptable. Im connected with wired ethernet. My firmware is 1.0.03.
I recently purchased the Linksys E1500 and at first, had no problems with it. The last few days I've had issues however. I tried logging into the internet and my WIRED computer would not connect. My wifes WIRED computer next to mine didn't have any trouble connecting. Resetting my computer didn't work. I had to cycle the router by unplugging it! Then today, my (2) kids are using Pandora on their (2) computers wirelessly, and same set up with my wifes computer and mine, and again only my computer looses access from the router and all other computers stay connected.
About a month ago, my E2000 Cisco Router stopped working, just after warranty expired (how awesome!) where as either WiFi worked or Wired but not both. I know Cisco will normally grant you a grace period (from experience) but sending it to the Czechs and pay for postage.. wait 4 weeks and then have internet again.. is not an option (did that last time)So this time.. I spend a bit more and bought the E4200. 4 weeks later, the IP changes from a 192 to a 17x .. pretty anoying when being abroad and needing to access the NAS since you do not know what IP it took.. I restored the config upon return.. and all seemed normal again and I left for the next trip. One day later (today).. again.. no connection.. wife has internet she says.. so again the same issue.. the **bleep** thing took another IP.
I just bought a linksys 4200v2 router and I still get disconnects every so often.... usually disconnects for about 30 secs then comes back online. When it disconnects, it disconnects all devices on the wireless network router... laptops, iphones, etc..I have tried adjusting some settings in the router but I simply don't know enough to know what I'm doing
Network mode: Mixed (same as 5ghz) SSID: different from 5ghz Security Mode: WPA2/ WPA Mixed Mode (same as 5ghz) Channel Width: 20 mhz only (40 for 5ghz) Channel: 1 (auto for 5ghz) SSID Broadcast: yes (same for 5ghz)
How can I stop being disconnected from the internet? I have inssider and I checked to see what channel my neighbors are using and all of them are using 6 or 11 so I decided to use channel 1 for 2.4 ghz.I have a ~3000 sq ft home with 3 levels (basement, first, second). We do some work in the basement and second floor... most is done on the first.
I just bought the E4200 routher at best buy a few weeks ago. I got it all setup how I want it. Its been working fine then about a day ago it started to stop working at random. All internet just stops working. Wired and Wifi. I have to either wait for it to work again or restart the router.
I've got this weird problem with my E4200 in that I've set everything up to get the maximum 450mbps link rate, but it randomly falls back to 300mbps and I don't know why. I can get it to connect at 450mbps again if for example I go into the wireless settings and toggle the channel that is used, or if I go into QOS and disable then enable WMM, but it seems that after a period of time that the router goes back to 450mbps anyway.
I'm not sure if this is an issue with the router or my wireless card. I'm guessing it's the router since inssider reports the max link rate at 300mbps at times despite it being set up for 450.I'm using firmware 1.0.01 as there is a bug in later versions that means the WAN port cannot transfer above 80mbps. My wifi adapter is an Intel 6300.
My E4200 recently started to randomly shut down. To say the least this is very aggravating. Nothing has changed, location still the same and it seems to be overheating or in the very least getting warm. In the last It will also shut down multiple times a day too. I have done some reading and am beginning to regret this purchase.
I have an e4200 set up using a trendnet TEW-684ub. Connection on 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz seems fine, but when the 5Ghz network is under load, such as running speedtest, the network drops for a second. This does not appear to happen on the 2.4Ghz network.
2.4Ghz and 5Ghz networks are set to Auto width and channel using WPA2 and I've tried raising the router up a bit to increase airflow to try to eliminate overheating as a possible issue. I'm also running the latest firmware...220.127.116.11, I believe.
I check all of the settings and changed the channel to see if it works. For some reason it disconnects my wireless internet at random times and i know before it never use to do that before with a older router. There is nothing blocking it, it worked before, and my computers can connect except two. The only thing i can guess is my wireless card.
E4200 Version 18.104.22.168047 disconnects my wireless clients intermittently. I am seeing it mostly on the 5Ghz band but that is where most of my clients are connected. I have all the setting in advanced tweaked per cisco best practice. It just seems to reset every so often. Wired connection is not disconnected.
I have a brand new E4200 constantly losing internet connection (both wireless and wired). I have a ADSL connection to the internet, last router I had did not have the same issue. I also have a Cisco ASA 5505 for work connected to the ADSL modem and is not experiencing any disconnect issues. All computers connected to the router is losing internet connection, local lan keeps working. The internet connection gets back again after a 10-15 minutes or when resetting / turning off the router.
I have tried the following;
Changed ethernet cables Disconnected the ASA 5505 Turned off wireless Upgraded the firmware Reseted to factory settings
After many weeks of working well, with no problem, the router started to randomly disconnect 2 days ago and since then it happens few times during the day.I haven't changed anything in the setting for more than 1 month so I really don't understand why it happens.Yesterday, my fiancee was using the laptop and me the desktop when the connection dropped only for my PC, because hers was still working.Today it happened already 2 times and I would like to know how can I solve this issue. I must remind everybody that I a beginner when it comes to configuring the wireless router.
I previously asked if I should be concerned that the Internet light on my Linksys E3000 router doesn't light up when I have Internet access. Well recently I had to do a reset and I noticed that during the reset it does in fact light up, but it doesn't come on when the router is done with the reset!
I'm currently setup with a modem > router > wifi/cable(makes no matter, same issue).If I use the cable straight from the modem into my PC, there are absolutely no issues. Working perfectly.Alright, so to my issue. If I play any games on my PC/PS3, I will suddenly lose my connection for a second or two. Not long enough for me to disconnect from the game. But rather, what should have occured during that time, will just fly by in a split second. This happens, maybe, 2-4 times per hour. I haven't changed much more than the password in the router since i bought it about 3 months ago.Should add that I have a 100/100 fiber connection from Telia, and I drop like 2-3mbit/s from using the router, compared to going straight from the modem.
i am a gamer and i rely on the internet to do some buisiness as well, a few months ago my router started randomly dropping me from my connection and then 10 seconds later the connection is back up. now i know alot about computers and cant figure out why this is happening. it seems that the problem starts with skype. when i play some games while in skype(we use it as a communication device for the games) i will get dropped from skype and from my game, then skype reconects and i can reconect to the game but 5 minutes later it happens again. i have at&t and am using a 2701HG-B, my donwload speed is a max of 3mbps and usualy is around 2.7mbps. i have contacted at&t multiple times, i have reset my router multiple times but it hasnt fixed the problem. at&t stated that i am demanding too much bandwith from my connection. i feel that this info totally crap. when im on with just 1 of my many devices at 3am and all i am doing is playing a game and talking on skype and it disconnects, there is no way i am demanding too much.
I have a problem that Ive tried to fix but it seems impossible..I have a router : Airlink 59300 (recently bought for 102 dollars) and the problem occures when I play online games, I get 1-2 sec disconnect and that is enough to kick me out. Ive tried to ping my connection to www.google.com and my ping jmped randomly very high (up to 800 ms) then dropped to normal (25 -30 ms)I think that is the problem.When I directly plug in the cabel from modem I dont have any issues.Here is what I get when logging into router on website:[CODE]
Issue: Working on the internet, my computer (LAN) disconnects, Laptop (WAN) disconnects, but the router does not disconnect. The light that shows connection to net flashes like crazy (showing ADHD *** activity), the network lights just stay stable (showing no activity).After 5-10 minutes the problem sometimes fixes itself, or, more likely, I unplug the router, wait 2 minutes, plug it back in. Sometimes it works right away, sometimes it takes a second unplug.My computer is wired to the router which connects to a modem. The modem is not mine, its installed by my ISP.
Failed attempts to fix:Replace router. Bought brand new Netgear (will put numbers in here later) to replace the Dir-825.Same issues.In fear of malware, spyware, etc (I run a tight ship on my computer, I love it dearly and I'm mildly paranoid), I formatted the SSD, reinstalled Windows 7 64bit. Same issues.My ISP has to authorize every connection, so I've used the router to use my Mac Address and I can connect with the cable directly in the back of the computer, or to the router
Region : Egypt Model : TD-W8960N Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : 1.4.0 Build 111108 Rel.40398n ISP : STE
In the past everything was working fine (had same computer connected wireless + wire) never had this disconnection. Now, I have a laptop connected using wireless & desktop wired but this disconnection is becoming so irritating. It is not only that I lose the internet connection, I lose the DSL like (as if the modem is turned off then on) and all my files over the LAN are either lost during transmission or something else.
for some reason my laptop disconnects randomly and i cannot connect again until i go and reset the router. if i try to reconnect without reseting the router i get the message 'cannot connect to BT homehub xxx' it happens at least 4 or 5 times a day, it happened at my previous address too (completely different router & isp) im not quite sure what other info i can give relating to the matter.
I built my new computer a while ago & I have went through 3 wireless network adapters already... 2 from d-link that just stopped working after 1-3 months and my current linksys ae3000 disconnects from internet randomly while gaming.I am looking for a new Wireless Network Adapter, or any tips or anything to stop my current problem.
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i have a fiber optics 75mbps internet , using a wireless n pcie adaptor on my computer,Dont know why but some times theres random ping spikes when im in game.Sometimes internet randomly dcs.Download speed is also very random from 2mb/s to few bytes.Also sometimes internet speed is so low that it is barely usable.
I've been having this problem for a while now but something is coming up for which i require 24/7 internet connection with NO failures. problem: about 2 to 3 times a day i lose internet connection for about 1 to 2 minutes and after that everything is totally fine again. There are 5 lights on my modem in this order from top to bottom:
Internet: This light blinks green when im using it like downloading or playing something online. It stays green when i have internet but im not sending or recieving any data. DSL: always green. Wireless: I use wireless connection. its always blinking orange (i dont know why orange but it works fine) Ethernet: This light is always off cause i dont use cables. Power: always green.
What happens is that my DSL light which is supposed to be green. starts blinking. Then after 30 seconds or so it stops and just turns green again but my Internet light turns red. It stays red for about 1 to 2 minutes and then it turns green again and works fine again. Called the company many times but they dont detect anything because when we call, its always working fine. so all they tell me to do is reset the modem which does nothing. I never had this problem at my previous house 2 years ago. it just started at this address so it makes me think it is the line and not a computer/modem problem.
i have a desktop that tends to disconnect at random moments, and the only way to fix this problem is to restart for every time the internet disconnects. It is a wired connection and this desktop is the only computer in the house that has this problem.
When playing multiplayer games online, I will, after some time (15-20 minutes) get horrible lag/disconnects and ping issues, It usually starts sorts itself out when i restart the game in question or just rejoin.This is getting really frustrating, I've contacted my ISP but they just claim that the problem is on my end.
I'm having this discconnection and reconnection issue every 30-45 minutes, and it is extremely annoying. Especially when playing online, I always get disconnected from the server. I have tried so many things to fix it, but no change at all. I've tried to change my DNS, tried to plug the modem directly to my computer, but the problem still existed! When I troubleshoot from the windows, it says: your computer appears to be correctly configured, but the device or resource (DNS server) is not responding.
My PC at work has started disconnecting from the network one to 3 times per day and I haven't been able to figure out why. At first I thought that it was my switch so I plugged the wire directly into the wall and it still disconnected Then I thought it must be a bad networking card so I replaced that yesterday and it disconnected again. Like I said, it only happens a couple of times per day which wouldn't be so bad except that sometimes I have a Citrix session going or my Great Plains Dynamics program open and I have to go kick myself out of those sessions.
I am having the problem that my Laptop, despite full wireless signal, sporadically disconnects from the internet. I hardly realize it until I talk to my family on Skype. It happens up to every 15 minutes.
i have comcast(xfinity) as my provider.i lose my internet connection all day usually only for about 10 to 30 sec at a time then it usually reconnects on its own.somedays it may only disconnect a couple times others all day off an on.comcast told me it was my router well i bought a new one same problem.when i loose conn. it is on desktop and wireless the cable and status light on modem go orange.the modem is a d-link and the new router is netgear 900