the forum sticky. It will tell you what to do that keeps your connection from being dropped.
It usually a firmware update, but the other items are very highly recommended.
Hi. I've had a wireless network going in the house ever since I got highspeed. It was fine for many years until earlier this year when I purchased a new router (D-Link DIR-655). It would constantly drop the signal, both wired and wireless. So I exchanged it for a different one which was fine for a while, now it's doing the same thing too (Netgear Rangemax WPN824 v2). I tried reinstalling it but no luck, and ended up putting the old router back in. And guess what? Now it's doing the same thing too. If I repair connection or reboot, the problem is solved temporarily, but after a little while I lose my signal again.
Can someone please help? The old router is also a D-Link, DI 614+ and I recently upgraded its firmware. I'm just wondering what's up. Could it be interference? Old cables? Or could this have nothing to do with the routers and actually be a problem with the ISP? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.