Question about Buffalo Technology AirStation WBR2-G54S (747464109220) Router
On multiple computers and on both Firefox and IE, the browser keeps timing out. It goes out in random intervals but as quickly as every 5 minutes and as long as several hours. To fix it, I have to right click on the icon in the system tray and "repair" the wireless network. It only takes a few seconds, but it's driving me nuts. Interestingly, the other Internet utilities such as AIM, MSN Messenger and Mozy don't seem to have any problems. Only the browsers are affected. The phones, which get the line before the Buffalo browser, have no problems. The wireless router is in close proximity to (i) a Vonage box that drives 2 cordless telephones, one at 2.4 ghz and one at 5.8 ghz (ii) a Samsung laser printer with a Linksys wireless print server, and (iii) a HP all in one printer. I installed the updated drivers from Buffalo. I wonder if it could be that the 2.4 ghz phone is causing interference, but can I somehow change the channel on the wireless router? Also, why would it just affect the browsers? Very strange! I think it's the router, but I am not 100% sure.
First of all, make sure that your router is set to an idle time of zero in the connection menu, as inactivity can make the router disconnect from the net. Secondly, ensure that you have no corrupt temp files and cookies, use this excellent free programme to clear any temp files and redundant system files. http://www.filehippo.com/download_ccleaner/ You can also alter the channel that your router works on to(from 1 to 11) see if that stops it as it may be interfering with the phones on the 2.4mhz channel. You can also check in your router that it's not your isp by looking at the dns primary and secondary servers and the isp gateway, if there is nothing other than noughts in any of these settings, your isp may be at fault.
Posted on Mar 17, 2007
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