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Keep getting kicked off internet

Small business here and we just installed new modem and router now we have more problems with it kicking guests off internet we have done everything in our power and still we have created more problems.

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  • danelleyoung Jan 27, 2009

    that is what we are thinking but will the netgear be strong enough for a motel with 54 rooms and across the street with 93 spaces at a rv park?

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    Ryan Fruto May 11, 2010

    Sounds like you have an IP Address problem. That router is is made to handle up-to 50 clients; leasing IP addresses one at at time to them, while your ISP only sees one address (your router/gateway). Log into your router (assuming you still have the manual?) and check your configurations. Post back when you get that far.

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I've experienced this problem once before at a hotel that I had as a client. And ironically it was with a linksys router. However after a month of troubleshooting this issue I finally replaced the router with my preferred brand which is Netgear, and amazingly had no problems. No first what I try to check for is a patch cable maybe or the internet cable going to the wireless router. Not saying that it will solve it, but you can always start there, it would be hadr to give an exact solution as I don't know how the setup is, could be other factors invovled.

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

  • support210 Jan 27, 2009

    Ok you're saying it' across the street, again I would assume that you should be fine, however when you say across the street, that makes me wonder if the signal is strong enough in the first place when they're trying to connect across the street. Go ahead set it up and test it with your laptop and see how far the signal strength stays strong.

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