I live in an apartment complex that has a shared internet provider and have hooked my own Medialink router up to the system. It's a relatively new router, just a few months old, and had fantastic reviews online. However, a few days ago the internet crashed so we couldn't even connect to the internet via ethernet cord into the plugs around the apartment and the internet company was called. They came and tracked the problem down to my router and said that it was creating a "broadcast storm" and blocking the entire internet. They unplugged it, did something on their laptop, replugged it and the internet was back up for about an hour before crashing again. My question is how is this possible? All three of the tech guys said they'd never seen this happen before. Is there a way to fix this? Is my router completely destroyed?
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