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1) does it lock up completely or will it work hard lined when wifi fails?
2) do all devices wireless fail or just a single device?
3) do you lose connection to the wireless completely or keep the connection but lose access to the internet? (confusing but very different to me)
in the end you could narrow down the problem but if you have already reset to factory defaults and set back up again and again then it may be time to retire that old router.
You will lose all the settings of your network if you reset Linksys router. If you have active Internet through your router then you will lose the Internet settings. You will need to reconfigure your router from the beginning. Follow link to setup your Linksys router without CD.
If you are still experiencing normal internet connection then this blinking is normal. If you have lost connection to the internet then first thing to try is to unplug your modem and router for a minute and then plug them back in.
From time to time static can build up in the connection and you can lose the connection. Restarting the modem and router will reset that connection.
Often most routers loose their owner costumized password *** soon as the router has been disconnected from the cpu(where you first did the connection and configured the router with).Disconnect if from the power supply and from the internet and cpu.It will then revert to the admin as user and (it depends on the brand,others use the word"password or admin")password.Then configure it as if it was the first time you are installing your router.
1. check the current firmware updates 2. verify no other devices next the the router interfering with the signal i.e. cell phones, cordless phone, microwaves, TV sets. 3. check your router or cable modem for connection during time the wireless is dropping connectivity.
Well as i understand.
You need to do a hard reset of your router and reconfigure your router.Then try to access your internet in case it work's good in case it not.
get in to a command propmt (run>cmd).type ipconfig
check the ip address.whether you getting a default ip address or not.if yes then, type ping any website name press enter.It will give you a turn around time that means your compuetr is communicating with your router. then try to open a website on internet Explorer. In case it not work run a small winsock.
in cmd window.
Are you pushing a lot of data through the router for the few hours when it works? I've run into this with some routers where the router will just hang because I'm trying to push too much data through it and it's little CPU gets overwhelmed. Also make sure it's not overheating...that does the same thing.
To answer your question, routers do not have any built-in timer (at none that I have seen).
update the latest firmware in the router and then reset and reconfig your router that will fix your problem.and check check if you have any other wireless device operating in the same frequency of the router.. if yes turn it off nad then observe the connection..check it uot and revert back in case of any further issues
check if this problem is with both wired and wireless computers, if not with the wired..only wireless has problems, check if you have any other wireless device operating in the same frequency of the router..if s, turn off other devices and check b.cos that me interfere your w/ls connection, if wired is having the same problem, connect modem straight to the pc and observe the connection, so that you can isolate problem..