I just updated the firmware to think that would help. But now it is just as bad. It all started when I added some port forwarding for ports 6112-6119. I called my ISP and they said everything is fine, so I feel the router is causing these breaks. Like a weak signal or something
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I think you mean Pcm. But anyway yes it has constant power going to it as does the radio and security features if you have those. Could be bad battery, bad connection to the battery, faulty battery terminal or blown main fuse.
Click on the link below to open the Dlink Webpage to update the firmware. Click on Support Resources Choose your country to update the firmware. Follow the instructions on the link to know how to update the firmware. ( Firmware update is done by connecting the Ethernet ( network cable ) from Router to PC. Firmware Update
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There are methods to update the Flash.
(1) Local Machine
• RCP (Remote Control Panel) mode
This method is for Parallel Port or USB Port. Connect the PC and activate the RCP (Remote Control Panel) to
upgrade the Firmware.
< Method >
How to Update Firmware using RCP
1. Connect PC and Printer with a Parallel Cable or a USB Cable.
2. Run the RCP utility and select Firmware Update.
3. Search for the Firmware file to be used to update the set using the Browse Icon.
4. Click the Update icon. The firmware file is transmitted to the Printer automatically and the printer is
initialized when the download completes.
5. Click the Refresh icon and check that the updated version numbers are displayed.
Download the firmware update files and if they're inside a zip file, it's very important that you unzip every file before running the update or it may fail. Before you leave the manufacturer's website, see if they have any specific instructions on how to update the firmware. Also check to see if any instructions were included in the download. Samsung for example included a pdf file on how to run the update.
Please note that it is VERY important that your computer remains on and doesn't freeze up during the update process. Close all other unnecessary programs before starting the update. Disable your antivirus and any other protection software so it doesn't stop the process. Norton and McAfee often like to interrupt the process because they assume something bad is going on. Also don't run an update during a thunderstorm because if your computer loses power in the middle of the process, that would be really bad. If anything interrupts the updating process before it's complete, your hardware will likely become a paperweight aka a brick. It will have a half updated, scrambled operating system and will cease to function completely. Some routers and other advanced hardware have a rollback feature just in case but not many other pieces of hardware do so be careful!
WARNING: Make sure that the update process is not interrupted or it may break the hardware permanently
and download the firmware to somewhere like your desktop, then browse to 192.168.1.1 and loginto your router and look for the update firmware link, browse to your downloaded file and update your firmaware, make sure you dont cut the router off or unplug it while it is updating.
This is likely because out of the box, the firmware for this unit doesn't support WPA2 and even certain variants of WPA. I recommend: configure router for WEP or even open (i.e. unencrypted) connection, connect unit, go to setup/update firmware and let it update from network, power cycle, reconfigure your router for WPA or WPA2 security, attempt to reconnect unit to wifi. The updated firmware supports more formats and may allow your new router's config to work. You can also try doing the firmware update over the wired LAN port. Hope this helps.