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There could be a number of things going on. I'll list some of them that you might check:
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.
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.
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.
Check the wiring of your telephone jacks to make sure that the connections are solid and that there is no corrosion on the connection. Verify that all jacks and cords are undamaged
Call your DSL provider and complain that their service drops-out on a regular basis.
Hopefully one of these suggestions will fix your issue.
Hi, we need to first figure out whether it the modem or the router which is dropping the connection. Please connect one of your computer directly to the modem, by pass the router and access the internet. If the connection drops then its the modem which is dropping the connection and you need to contact your isp to check it. If the internet works fine directly with the modem then its your router which is dropping the connection. To fix the router we can upgrade it firmware. To upgrade the firmware please visit the link below; http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/wireless/linksys/E1000 Note; If you are not comfortable upgrade the firmware then don’t do it. If not done properly then it can damage your router. Rashish
you need to configure the dsl modem to be on bridge mode after you did it successfully. that is the time you configure your d-link for you to connect to the internet.
call first your ISP to configure the modem to Bridge mode after that call your manufacturer of the dlink for them to configure your connection
I assume you are using a Comcast modem that you plug your phone into.
Does a wired connection to your router work when you get a phone call or just wireless the wireless is cutting out? If both cut out then this problem is on Comcast's side. You can call them using 1-800-COMCAST to have them fix the issue.
If the wired connection works but wireless does not, I would guess you are using a cordless phone that is running on the same frequency your wireless router is. If this is the case, you can change your router's configurations to operate on a different frequency. This can be done by opening up your internet browser and entering the router's configuration menus by using a URL(address) of 192.168.1.1 (possibly 192.168.0.1). Once you are in the configurations, look for options for wireless frequency and change them to something else.
If this does not work, I would suggest calling Comcast because the problem more than likely resides on their end.
May be your router internet settings has been wrong. you must reset the router settings by clicking the router reset button. Pls locate the button and then put the internet cable into router internet port.
You may have a phone line connected from the modem to a wall outlet. Count the number of cables coming out of your modem - you should have only three: the power cable (connects to the wall), Cat 5 (also connects to the wall), and ethernet (running from the modem to the router).