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DI-624(Ver: C3) Continously disconnects and reconnects

So I've been staying with my friend and his girlfriend lately and we set up a wireless router here in the apartment. Since doing so every maybe 5-15 minutes the router disconnects all three of us and the connection is dead for several seconds then comes back on.

Now I've tried updating the firmware, giving us static IPs, and redoing the setup and nothing has helped. That's about all I know how to do myself.

Not too long ago I went to stay with someone else for a bit and they said the internet was working fine for them again. But now that I'm back once more the problems have started.

Since that happened I changed from Windows XP to Kubuntu so I figured it probably wasn't just my computer and thought it might be the specific wireless adapter I use. So I pulled that out and plugged directly into the router with an ethernet cord and it's still doing it.

Someone told me that it might be a bandwith issue but I just went and turned off their internet connections to see and right now I'm using just a messenger and IRC cilent. It's still happening, if anyone has ideas or can help tell me how to fix this I would greatly appreciate it.

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  • raccoonshama Mar 10, 2009

    Ok forgive me for not completely understanding what you meant. Is the subnet mask something I change on in the router's settings or do you mean I change it here on my computer? Also are you saying that I plug the router into it's self from the wan port to the first slot?

    Thank you for answering me by the way I'm glad to get some help with it.


  • formulacoop May 11, 2010

    Is it possible you have a IP conflict? Is the default IP for the router 192.168.XX.XX? If so you might be able to force it to a 10.10.0.1 subnet by defaulting the router then plug a cable from the WAN port to port 1 and reboot. I had nightmare problems on every router I used(DLINK, LINKSYS and NETGEAR) and almost conviced myself it was the cable modem. After changing the subnet on my router I haven't had many issues. Let me know if this works for you.

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" Is the subnet mask something I change on in the router's settings or do you mean I change it here on my computer? "

It would be changed on the router... The router by default determines the subnet and subnet mask. Default subnet on most routers ares 192.168.XX.XX with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0. Your router's IP for admin access is probably somethinhg like 192.168.0.1.

"Also are you saying that I plug the router into it's self from the wan port to the first slot?"

Yes. From the WAN port to LAN port 1. This might force the router to change the subnet to 10.10.XX.XX



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