Question about D-Link RangeBooster G WBR-2310 Wireless Router (WBR2310)

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Intermittent connectivity I have 2 PC's directly connected to my Dlink Rangebooster G wbr-2310 Router and one Mac on wireless. Directly connecting through the modem there are no problems. Up until 3 days ago, even tho no changes were made to the physical configuration of devices, everything was fine. Now, I get knocked off the internet on all 3 computers randomly and it reconnects shortly... this isn't a once a day thing, this is 4 or 5 times rapid fire in like an hour... then it'll be fine for awhile, then start acting up again. I've tried all the troubleshooting that can be done physically to the hardware, I'm wondering if there are some software settings that are getting in the way of maintaining a steady link between the router (and connected pc's) and the modem. Any ideas?

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  • router_hater Apr 14, 2008

    I've been getting this same problem just recently. It actually occurs when i'm torrenting. but this has never been an issue before so what gives? Every few minutes.....the router resets or something, but quicker than router reboot. can't figure it.

  • wlwasteland Apr 14, 2008

    My wireless router will stop functioning but the only indication that it is not working is a frozen or timed out web page.

    This will occur multiple times until I give up and plug in a hardware. At other times it will work fine for hours.

    This problem has worsened over the last few weeks.

  • Chris  Morse
    Chris Morse Apr 17, 2008

    Still having this problem, when I "power cycle" my router, it comes back on just fine until it throws its next temper tantrum.

  • Niva56 Jun 03, 2008

    I have the same problem...think it has something to do with latetest windows update.....HELP!

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Hi, I encountered this problem (looks like it) a few months ago. I called HP thinking the problem was coming from my computer then D-Link, then HP, then D-Link, .... Finally the tech at D-Link suggested I made a change to the router configuration so that the frequency used for wireless be fixed (I think it was #6 or something like this). Since then, the problem never came back. Of course, the router is not choosing the most adequate frenquency for wireless but I never noticed any difference and everything is working fine.

I have to admit that this is my last D-Link product. The modem was only about 9 month old.

Hope this helps

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Check to see if you are losing the DSL or Internet light on the modem when you lose your onnection. If so, then check with your IP provider, that may be the problem.

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