Question about D-Link RangeBooster G WBR-2310 Wireless Router (WBR2310)
When connected to the wired port of the WBR 2310 large files will just stop downloading. I can hook up directly to the modem and the files will download with ease. I have also noticed some problem with downloading files wirelessly but it is not as bad as when connected to any of the four wired ports.
I have reset the WBR 2310 but the problem is still present. An e-mail to d-link's technical support did not solve my problem. I am thinking about purchasing the Lynksys router to solve this problem.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
The answers don't address the problem; stopping during long downloads. I have the same problem and haven't found a solution. Well, sort of, I just plug directly into the modem. The real solution is to buy another router. Not D-Link. I did fix the rebooting by disabling UPNP.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
Ensure that you do not have the UDP protocol blocked. If you have routing setup ensrue that you use bot TCP and UDP protocols for the ports.
I had the same issue with routed ports. When I change the protocol to Both then the download issues was resolved.
Posted on May 17, 2008
I had a similar problem with my wbr-2310. Get it too busy, and the router would reboot itself. Updating firmware to version 1.04 didn't help. It would reboot several times an hour, and lose the activity logs too!
I solved the problem by putting my old DI-604 (ethernet only) router back in service between the modem and the rest of the LAN. I turned off the NAT functions in the wbr-2310 and run it only as a wireless access point (WAP). With the old router taking care of packet inspection and DHCP, the wirelss now supports my laptop , and a Wii, and it hasn't rebooted in three months. Not my preferred solution, but at least I have WiFi.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
This router has the di-624 chipset inside, therefore it might still have some of the problems of te di-624. It can't handle a lot of connections, so stuff like bittorrent or utorrent will cause the router to reboot. I did hear though that upgrading the firmware helps, but it seems you have the most current version...
Go to settings for whatever you are using to download files and set the maximum number of global connections to something less than 200 connections. I would put 150 or 100 so that other programs can acces the web.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
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