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Router Loses Connectivity or "Locks Up" over time.

Router has 4 ports and wireless capacity . Only 2 desktop systems are connected to the DLINK Router . The purpose is to be able utilize the internet connection provided by our dsl modem simult. on both systems.

Problem : Every couple of hour we have to unplug the router and plug it back in to restore the connection to both systems. Basically "Reset" the router. Something has to be wrong. CAN YOU PLEASE HELP ???????????????

Best regards,
Tim & Maria

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  • Anonymous Nov 06, 2008

    I have the same problem and it "is" very frustrating.

  • jhered Nov 09, 2008

    same problem and i'm on 1.04 of the firmware on hardware A1

  • demitcher May 13, 2009

    Ditto, from the get go. Support worthless & rude, saying only 'It should work'. Not even using wireless features, but merely 2 desktops to share one DSL line. Have tried every suggested remedy but none have solved the problem. Plan to upgrade soon, and definitely not with a D-Link product.

  • vjnag81 May 14, 2009

    I have the same problem. The Hard ware revision B1 and firmware 2.02; Any solutions for this problem other than dumping it in the bin?

  • jfields026 May 16, 2009

    Same problem.  It's been happening for a while and I'm frustrated too.  It seems to happen most under high load.  I have a WBR-1310 H/W ver A1 annd firmware 1.04 which is the lastest available although it was released in March of 2007!

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Supposedly the firmware 1.03 was suppose to fix this. However, I still have the problem and when i try to unplug the power to the router and plug it back in, then it often times just lights up all the lights solid and refuses to work. I have to unplug it again and again to get it to work.

It usually will work for a few weeks at a time then have a really bad day where it locks up every 10min to an hour. Gets really annoying.

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