My wireless connection has been acting funny for the past two days. My connection will stay connected for about 5 mins then it will lose it and then reconnect after a few minutes. Keeps going on like this. Not sure what is wrong with my router. What should I do? I've had this router for about a year and 3 months and never had this problem. Only thing I had to do was reset the router every now and then. Please email me at email@example.com
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You will need to check the wireless settings of the router is there any computer connected to the router ? If yes then you can open the router set up page on that computer. Router set up page is the page where you can check all the wireless settings of the router.
It could only be an interference problem. To resolve it, you need to change the wireless channel of your router. Access the router's setup page through http://192.168.2.1, look for wireless tab. Change the channel to 11 then save the settings.
Windows, if that's what you're using, may be connecting to a different router than yours. Verify that you're connecting to your access point.
Also, make sure there is a good connection between the router and your cable or dsl modem.
Finally, you can try connecting your computer to the router using an ethernet cable. That will at least let you verify that the computer and router work together, and you can configure the router and so forth. If connecting with a wire succeeds, that narrows the problem down to the wireless network connection.
Here's the manual. Troubleshooting is near the end, but it doesn't look like your specific problem is listed...