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Getting Dropped I love this router, but recently I've having to un-plug the thing about twice a day. I lose connectivity to the internet wired and my wife losses wireless connectivity. Until I power cycle the router we get no internet. I have REV. 2 and 1.79 firmware. When I lose connectivity I have also first tried to connect to 192.168.1.1 and I get nothing.

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I would recommand you upgrade the firmware, if you already have the lastest firmware, then reload that same firmware.

These firmwares can be found on Linksys's website under support/downloads.

Best of luck.

Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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