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WBR-2310 router needs resetting 5 times per day

Each time I lose connectivity to the internet, I regain it by power cycling my cable modem and router. This is happening WAY too often. I never have this problem if I connect the cable modem directly to the computer, though admittantly, my cable service is probably more sluggish than it should be. Do i have something set wrong, or is it time to go buy a new router?

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Re: WBR-2310 router needs resetting 5 times per day

I'm going to bet you have wireless interference...try changing the wireless frequency in the config under channels. Good luck

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My D-link router has never worked the way it should be. I always come to the point when would have to be reset by pressing and holding the reset sw in with a paper clip for 10 secs. Unfortunately I always come to realize that there is no switch, or the hole is blocked. So I called tech support couple of times, but they only tell me the same thing to type in and do not understand that I tried this and all other possibilities a million times. The result always "The server at is taking too long to respond." So last time I was so upset when tech support hung up the phone on me, so I went and opened the case and found the switch is factory blocked, (sealed) with black epoxy. Has anyone else found similar problem??? What should I do??? D-link tech support makes a habbit out of hanging the phone up on me. The reason I think they do this intentionally, b/c for start they ask my phone number but they have never called me back so far. I am sick of it to keep calling them back and spend hours on the phone waiting.


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Re: WBR-2310 router needs resetting 5 times per day

Call Dlink help. Those guys know things that aren't in the manual. You may need to update the firmware. Or reset it. I had a problem with another brand of router and it turned out it needed a 2nd level reset, which involved holding a paperclip in the reset hole for 60 seconds. Then it worked great.

Posted on Sep 10, 2007

Re: WBR-2310 router needs resetting 5 times per day

Hi geo-geo

I can never get access through my d-link; My reset is indeed blocked; i too get the same "too long" ip server message; mine won't recognize my wep. Just a mess! i empathize.

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Goto Start > Run and enter COMMAND.
From the Command Prompt, enter PING
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Step 7 Click OK.

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Step 2 Turn the D-Link router off.

Step 3 Wait 60 seconds.

Step 4 Turn the cable/DSL modem back on and wait until all the lights are steady.

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To get this working, you would need to reset the router to it's factory default. This way you would be able to start fresh.

Follow these steps:

Plug power into your router.

There is a reset button the back of the router. Use a paperclip or sharpened pencil to push it in and hold it for 1minute.

Now connect your router to your computer by connecting one of the LAN ports to your computer through an ethernet cable. The cable looks like the picture below.

Also, take another cable that looks like the picture above, and plug it from your dsl modem or your cable modem to the INTERNET port on your router.

Now unplug the power to your dsl modem or your cable modem for 45 seconds.

And Ungplug the power to your router for 45 seconds.

Plug the power to your dsl modem or cable modem back in and wait for all the lights to be solid green.

Plug the power to your wireless router and wait for all the lights to turn solid green.

Now turn on your laptop and you should be able to surf the internet.

You can go ahead and unplug the ethernet cable going from your computer to the router.

Now go to your computer's wireless radio and scan for your router.

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you may try this and see if this help solve your problem

Step 1try to connect your computer directly to the modem and check if you will also experience problem
Step 2: Shutdown the computer.
Step 3: reset the router while power on then Unplug the router’s power cable.
Step 4: Unplug the Broadband modem’s power cable and wait for 30 seconds.
Step 5: Plug in the Broadband modem’s power cable and wait for its lights to appear
Step 6: Plug in the router's power cable once the modem’s lights appear stable.
Step 7: Power on the computer on and configure router settings if neede
Step 8:test the Internet connection.

if this still didnot work, maybe you need to upgrade the firmware of your router

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