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MY 2WIRE596 WIRELESS ROUTER WILL NOT STAY CONNECTED TO MY COMPUTER

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Disconnecting problems can be caused be any number of things. Please click on this link and follow my instructions which may fix your problem :-
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There could be a number of things going on. I'll list some of them that you might check:

  1. Your wireless network does not have security enabled, and your neighbors are using it to download files using P2P networks. These P2P network connections are crashing your router. In order to resolve this issue, enable WPA or WPA2 security on your router per the user manual.
  2. One of the filters on your phone line has been removed or is failing and needs to be replace. Remove each filter on each line one-by-one and run your Internet connection for a while to see if it fails. Do this one-by-one for each filter.
  3. You recently started using 2.4GHz cordless phones in your home. Get rid of these cordless phones and buy DECT 6.0 compliant cordless phones that use a different radio frequency.
Hopefully one of these suggestions will fix your issue.
Good Luck

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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