In the past 24 hours my D-Link DSL-200 has disconnected at lest 10 times, and it has never done this before (8 months of use).
It simply goes from full green status into the dull orange or no colour status, though not the full red disconnect.
Also, when it reconnects, the speeds have been much lower than they have been. Normally Rx Download is around 6400-6900kbps.. but at the moment it ranges between 400kpbs and 4200kbps after each reset.
Is this possibly a phone line complication or driver error or simply something to do with the modem itself.
Thanks for any help!
--is your dlink directly connected to the internet cable ( rj 11)
--if it is having a modem in between
--we need to check with the modem status also
--the problem might also accure with the internet service provider
--check with them if they have any sort of outage in the area.
--as well as our doubt about the telephone line might also b correct
--as well as check if your router is not placed on floor
--your router should be near about five feet above the ground level.
--it may create a static and interuppt the signals
--make sure that you dont have any electro magnetic devices near by our router
--maybe satellite/Direct T.V. or fax machine, etc
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yes, you can use them together. they'll find each other at protocol layer 2 (bridge) and layer 3 (router), and route packets appropriately. Check their manuals to make sure that their HTTP management page ip addresses are different - say 192.168.0.0 for one router and 192.168.1.1 for the other - so that you can manage them separately without disconnecting them. You'll want to manage them separately to assign them different wireless-N channels. Channel 6 is the default, and allowing both to compete on the same channel is a bad idea - give each its own wi-fi channel. There are 11 wireles 802.11n channels, labeled 1-11.
Each link in the diagram above is an ethernet (802.3 10baseT) cable (except the DSL cable, which is twisted pairs), and wireless devices can hop onto the Internet by wirelessly connecting to either the AT&T 2701 or the NetGear router.
Your router has small NAT table and when this table overflows, router hangs and Internet connection disconnects. You can solve router disconnects with Router Commander software. This software accelerate your router using dynamic NAT feature and other technologies that speed ups router and prevent it from disconnecting. You can get it from www.routercommander.com . Good Luck.
goto control panel and open " phone and modem options" in that go to "Modems " Tab , U can see there option to "Add" the modem . Click that , it will automatically search for the modem connected to your system. After detecting the modem your search for the option "Query Modem" , access that and add the modems speed as 560000 kbps ..thats it ..your modem will work.
turn off the power and turn it on. how long its happening.go to command prompt . type the cmd ipconfig u ll get the default gateway open the internet explorer and type the default gateway u ll get the d link page and check if the router is connected to the ur isp, if not click on connect, if its asking for user name contact ur isp to get connected to ur isp. if its happening frequently need to b reported to the isp as it might be isp issue
Yes, this can be a problem with the modem that you have first thing that you need to do here is to reset the modem and reconfigure it back, but if after that still have the same problem better contact your ISP and ask them if everything is working from their end...
Go into control panel network connections and make sure it is active and not disconnected in there. Sometimes they disconnect and you may find it is an install problem. If it says that it is connected uninstall and reinstall software and see if that helps the only other thing I can think of without seeing pc with this info is it maynot be fast enough for your net connection what sort of net you runnig through it? speed