Routers / Switches :: DLINK Router Drops The Signal At 9:15
Feb 6, 2011
At 9:15 each night my DLINK router drops the signal.I've tried to unplug it but that doesn't work but it is working again each morning. I can plug directly into the cable modem and it works so I assume it is fine.Is there a time setting on the router?
My d-linl router was not working and I pushed reset button and it went back to factory setting. I don't know what the factory setting is and I want to put my own password but don't know how. I have Window 7?
The router's software was installed on our desktop years ago and now, the desktop is quite old and we have to sell it. I need to know if we need to reinstall the software again in probably in one of the laptops at home.
We had to send our Canon Pixma MP830 all in one printer in for repairs, and we have an mx870 loaner. The MP830 was connected directly to the desktop computer and to a lap top in another room via a dlink router. But we do not know how to get the lap top to recognize the MX870. We tried adding it and entered the name Canon Pixma M870, and the program does not accept the name.
I um using ATT UVERSE for my Internet connection. Now I use a Net-gear what is plugged into the PC and into the ATT "Gateway" How they call it. What is how I see it nothing different than a Router with ATT Logo on, but now to my question I have a LAN Cable going to my living room and have a switch there for all my TV ? PO-Box for streaming my direct TV Internet etc. Now I have not perfect Wireless in the whole house.. no I thought can I use the Net-gear Router in the Living room instead of a switch and also send a wireless signal from there.
I have 4 desktops cat5 to Dlink DIR 615 router. All work fine. Any wireless clients, laptop or netbooks, see the desktop computers for a while then disconnect somehow. All machines can see the Internet through the router at all times. The desktops disappear from the laptop/netbooks but the wireless machines can be seen from the desktop computers but clicking on them gets 'Access Denied' message after a wait.3 desktops = XP, 1 98SE. All laptop/netbooks = XP
My wife, daughter, mother and I recently moved into a place together. Since moving in together, our internet connection has been less than reliable. We use a motorola modem and a DLink DIR615 router. I have a desktop with a wireless card, and my mother has an all in one with a wireless card, so we both connect wirelessly to the internet. We also use iPhones and a PS3 for internet purposes. The DLink is my router from my family's old place before moving with my mother. The motorola modem is my mother's from her place. Prior to sharing a household, I never had a problem with the router dropping signal. She, however, did have a problem with it. She was using the motorola and a netgear router. So, with that out of the way, here's what happens. The internet works fine and the network shows as available, but then suddenly the internet just goes out in all areas of the house. The network no longer shows as available. It's fixed by unplugging the router for about 10 seconds and then plugging it back in. I've tried talking to DLink about it, thinking it was a problem with the router. They even sent me a replacement router because we couldn't figure out the problem, but even with the new one it's still happening. I can also add that while we were waiting for the replacement, we connected my mother's Netgear and it continued happening. When the new DLink came, I confirmed that the router has the latest firmware as well, just in case. I can add that since sharing a network, we've been getting an IP Address conflict message on both computers. We both have Windows 7. Can anybody shed some light on this? I have some knowledge of this kind of stuff but what's happening is way beyond my scope.
I had this small internet cafe with 15 units pc. and browsing the web is not that stable. i have to unplug the internet modem everytime i can't connect to the internet.I think it has something to do with the settings that was in the router since it was just configured by a tech guy which i think not 100% sure of what he did, though it can connect to net for sometime but most of the time it is down.
My modem is an Arris Model TM502GI don't remember how to set it up. That is what cable goes where & is there anything to do on the PC With WiFi for it to connect with my router?I am 70 years old with a limited knowledge of computer and other electronic gadgets.
I have a netgear n600 router and in the room its in i get around 50 down and 12 up but in other rooms it drops significantly(the highest ive gotten is 11 down in other rooms). is there any setting i can go into.
My WRT120N drops signal to Laptop occasionally and I do not understand why. I tried to update the firmware, version 1.0 to 1.0.04, is that a newer version? My next step is to try to update the drivers in the laptop. The dropped signal seems random and only happens with the laptop. Other devices connected work fine.
I connected an EnGenius M5000 AP/Bridge to a switch, a Modem (VSAT) is also connect to the switch and aslo my Desktop standalone PC. All instructions were followed to install the EnGenius M5000. However, only the Power,Lan, and Wan light indicators are on but the Link/Signal indicators - red, yellow and green are not coming on.I tried pinging 192.168.1.1 according to the default IP address, but still there was no responds. Even I tried resetting it on the firmware, but it can not ping
How do I use an Actiontec 1000 modem (with wireless) and a TP-Link 4 port cable/DSL router and still have a wireless signal? When I connect the ethernet from the modem to the router, the router lights come on but the wireless signal goes down. Want 2 PC's wired (only one port on modem) and still want wirelss signal.
I have been putting up with rubbish wireless signal down one end of my house now for quite some time. So I thought I have a spare wireless router and I could put it down there but I am sure ts not as easy as just plugging it and away you go.
Router 1 is a D-Link DIR-655 Router 2 is a D-Link DI-524
I need to know how to setup Router 2 so it basically become just a wireless access point
My wireless connection randomly drops, or has no Internet connection, or says it has connection and Internet but no web pages load. Usually, what happens is it says I have no Internet connection. I have to disconnect and reconnect to get the Internet back. My ethernet connected computer never loses connection.
I am running Windows 7 with a Realtek wireless card. I have updated the driver to the latest. The wireless router is a D-Link 615 e1 using DD-WRT. The router is hooked up to a Brighthouse Arris TM402G/110 modem for internet access (note: this is my second modem. I had the same problem with another modem. Unfortunately, I don't remember the name.)
When the router is connected to a U-Verse 2Wire 3800HGV modem/wireless router (with the wireless turned off) I have no Internet disconnections. Everything else is the same (I just move the Ethernet cable between the two modems). Of course, one is just a modem and the other is a NAT router/modem.
I noticed that the wireless connection has a weaker signal when connected to the Brighthouse modem then when connected to the U-Verse modem. I therefore tried to up the TX signal strength on the router. This improved the situation (and the signal strength) but I still get disconnects. I also tried setting the MSS to 1492.
DLink DGS-3100 POE switches? I'm working for a place that has these and they are wanting to invest in a VOIP system. I've never seen these type of switches before, and would like some feed back before I roll out a 70+ phone VOIP system. They are managed switches but are all running un-managed at the moment.
They are also using a Fortigate 80cm Firewall/Router. I'm not familiar with this device either.
I'm missing layer 3 as I can't setup any VLan's with this equipment.
I currently live in a fairly-large apartment in Downtown San Francisco and as you can probably imagine, I have ALOT of interference with nearby residential and business wifi's, microwave's, cell-phones and all that jazz.
I currently have the ATT Elite DSL package, which is I believe the 6MBPS(?) package? Anyway, it's the $40 package and I want to say it's either the second or third up from the basic 19.95/month subscription. Here's my problem: ever since I moved into this building, I get signal drops on my ATT all the time--like at least once an hour if not more often. I had a technician check the wiring and he even replaced the router box (they always do) in hopes of improving the situation but so far, no dice.
I have tried switching to different channels after using scanning to see what channels other internet users nearby were using, but I did not see any improvement.The best solution I've been able to come up with is to set my router to be on 802.11B only. For the most part,I have not disconnected but I do feel a certain amount of slow-down or lag compared to my 802.11G settings.Now,I might be paranoid but it certainly does take a good amount of time longer to load up pages and such as compared to previously.The tech suggested I look towards getting an 802.11A/N router, but alas ATT does not support routers of that caliber...not sure why. It's been years and they're still stuck with the 2Wire 2701HG-B model for DSL.
I have had an HP 6197CA for 6 months. This week it started dropping the wireless network, or connecting randomly at 1mbps when all other laptops, Blackberries, AppleTVs, etc. are getting about 20mbps when tested.
Specs: Windows 7 64 bit Processor: Intel i7-2360QM 2.0 Ghz with Turbo boost technology RAM: 8GB DDR3 Graphics: Radeon HD 6770m 1GB Storage: 2 x 500 GB 7200rpm Network Interface: Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Wireless: Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n. Bluetooth wireless networking with WiDi
When I plug right into my router I'm getting 20 mbps.I've tried a number of channels and changed the router to 20MHz.
I got my Brand new xps 15 yesterday, It works fine, looks great, I'm overall satisfied with it. (even though it gets warm all the time)
Problem is, the WIFI doesn't work well at all, I'm 2 meters from my box right now, And I'm not experiencing any problems, but as soon as I get upstairs in my bedroom, my signal speed drops significantly, I can't even load a you tube video, I was downloading a game from steam yesterday, and the dl speed dropped to 6mb/s!! That's awful, If this problem can't be fixed, I'll be returning mine, and won't buy any other Dell product, I don't see how a laptop that pricey can have that kind of problems. ( because I heard I wasn't the only one, a lot of people have the same problem).
We are using a Westell 7500 wireless modem/router from Frontier without any problemsI have two d-link wireless n300 routers that I want to add to network so I can add them to our DirecTV DVR's. I have tried using the D-link CD and instructions without any success. Everytime it prompts me for my 1st router's (the Westell's) login/password, it says it's invalid. If I then click to continue w/o the logon and password, it then gives me an error when it is trying to add the d-link. I have tried everything. My Westell IP is 192.168.1.1. How can I access and add the d-link routers? Is there an easier way?
My new computer was delivered December 21, 2012. Imagine my surprise that I can't connect to my wireless connection unless I am less than 10 feet away from the AT& T wireless router. There are 3 computers 1 floor up and 30 feet away that can connect, so I know it isn't that the signal isn't strong enough. My Inspiron 9300 that I have had since 2005 can connect and I am using it right now. Here's my specifics.
17r SE 7720 Windows 8 1 T hard drive 8 G RAM 32 G SATA Drive Inter N-2230 AT&T internet wireless router.
The new computer will hook up when extremely close to the router but it does lose the signal occasionally even though I am only 10 feet away.
I have a Linksys E1000 running on the latest firmware available from the Cisco website. When my main PC (Windows 7 64Bit SP1) which is connected with a ethernet cable is running the wireless speed is great for all my connected devices. (Android/Apple phones, tablets, family PC, etc). But when I shut down my main PC the wireless speed drops to the point where it can take 3-5 mins for google.com to load up. The wireless connection is still showing as strong, just the speed isn't there anymore. If I were to turn my PC back on, everything will load up almost instantly and be back to normal. I've tried reinstalling the router, resetting it all back to default settings and re configuring it but I've had no luck in solving this.
Adapter: WMP600N Router: E2000 (N-only) OS: Windows 7 X64
When I'm not connected to my wireless network, the signal strength is 4 bars (out of 5)Once connected, it drops to 2 bars. Speed is 39 Mbps. Why?I have updated the drivers (strangly, it says the drivers are from Ralink Technology. Corp, version 3.00.00.0041 built by: WinDDK)
I recently installed a Cisco X2000. Several PCs running Windows XP Pro connect wirelessly. Also, we have an Android device and iPhone connected to the wireless network. We have a network printer and network drive connected via wires to the router. Most of the time the router and cable modem features work well. However, every so often all devices lose wireless signal simultaneously. It is not possible to reconnect to the X2000 unless I unplug the X2000 and plug it back in. After this reboot, we can connect again. Obviously, this is quite frustrating. By the way, we get acceptable signal strength after the X2000 locks out however none of the devices (computers or phones) are able to connect.