Random disconnections on a Belkin Wireless Router

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I keep getting disconnected from my WiFi router. It is a Belkin F6D4230-4 V3 and it supports networks from B to N.

I have tried keeping it only on a G and a N wireless network and it still keeps disconnecting me.

My laptop can stay connected for days without a problem, on other WiFi networks except on my own network.

What can be done?
 
Belkin F6D4230-4 V3
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Answered By 0 points N/A #102998

Random disconnections on a Belkin Wireless Router

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Good day,
 
Issue is Intermittent Wireless connection.
 
Usually, wireless intermittent connection is often caused by wireless interference. The router might be located near a magnetic interference device such as a microwave or halogen lamps. Put the router away from those equipment, to avoid intermittent disconnection.
 
A firmware setting needs to be changed, specially the wireless channel. Firmware upgrade is also needed for this type of hardware, as it has a different version.
 
Steps need to be done, to solve wireless interruptions:
 
  • Do sequential power cycle, power off modem/router.
  • Re-connect to network if needed, type security key.
 
Hope this helps, contact us if needed.
Answered By 0 points N/A #102999

Random disconnections on a Belkin Wireless Router

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Hi,

Intermittent wireless connection is caused by wireless interference.
 
What things to consider is how far your computer away from the router, from point A (computer) to point B (router).
 
This is a common issue with wireless connection regardless what kind of router they're using, high quality of not. Interference is always there to interrupt wireless.
 
But there are steps that eliminate and prevent this from happening.
 
Here are they;
 
  • Keep your computer away from magnetic devices, such as halogen lamp, carpet, microwave.
  • Check wireless settings, Wireless Adapter signal should not less than 2 bars to get continues Internet access.
  • Always update your wireless network key, disconnect and reconnect to be sure that it is remembered by your computer's wireless connection is correct.
  • Wireless adapter on your computer might be failing. Try update the driver.
  • Change the channel in your router up to the maximum.
Check wireless settings, Wireless Adapter signal should not less than 2 bars to get continues Internet access.

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