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When iam playing Online games (Wolfteam) My ms (ping) gets high suddenly then it starts to go down this problem wasn't facing me until i bought D-Link 2730U
I am not familiar with that specific MMORPG, are you logging into a dedicated host or is another player hosting the game, if it is another player hosting the game the problem could be on that players end and not yours.
You can try doing a hard rest on your router and then setting it back up, if you write down the old passcode you should be able to manually reenter it into the corresponding block in your router so you do not have to use a new one and setup all your wireless devices again.
It could also be someone else on your network hogging bandwidth" watching videos, downloading a large file"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Wii connection issues.
You can check if the problem is with the internet connection going to the Wii or just the wireless connection.
When you loose connection, check the Wii's ip address. If it does not have an ip address(or ip is 169.xx.xx.xx) that means that the Wii is disconnecting from the wireless network. You can then try other wireless channels on your router.
If the Wii is still getting an ip of 192.168.x.x, that means that the problem is the internet from the router. You might need to forward ports on the router for your Wii.
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
SOURCE: Broadband link has a red light
You have an outside connection issue. If the broadband link is red you are not receiving the internet service correctly from your provider. Need to call your cable/dsl provider and let them perform an over the phone check to make sure all is correct.
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
What you want to do is "open ports" in your firewall. This is simple if you have admin access to your router. Find the section for "port forwarding" and add ports that your game require. Typically, there is a TCP port and a UDP port. The UDP is for broadcasting type messages to/from your fellow gamers. The TCP port is usually for the game server. Check with your game instructions -- or you can probably get the answer with a google search string of "game ports Asherons Call" and I would bet it will give you exactly the settings for your router.
Here ya go (I did the google search). It appears that it only requres the UDP port. I would open all of these unless you find out more detail that you can close some ports (never leave a port open that you don't know or don't need -- it is a hackers door to your computer).
9000 UDP Asheron's Call game
9010 UDP Asheron's Call game 9011 UDP Asheron's Call game 9012 UDP Asheron's Call game 9013 UDP Asheron's Call game
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
NAT is Network Address Translation.. It is a setting of the router... you need to login to the router navigate to the NAT page and set it to the required settings save and log out
manual below www.tp-link.com/english/soft/200865140422.pdf
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
Please contact the D-link to upgrade the firmware and always turn the router off when it is not in use because it takes the static charges.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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