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Problems with my new router


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Hooftain

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Hello there.

I'm currently having some problems with my new router, a AirPlus XgremeG wireless 108G Router.

After I set it up with my modem, i connected online with no troubles, then I can stay online for about 30-45 minutes before i get disconnected. I then have to reset my router, and it works fine for 30-45 minutes again. It's really annoying :)

I did not use the CD that followed cause my friend (who's pretty into this kinda stuff) told me it's not necessary.

I am connected to the router by cable, just bought a wireless one cause its always useful to have.

When i connected it i just put in the cables at the same places they were on my old router (it didn't work anymore for some reason), I'm thinking maybe i need to do some more.. no idea really, cause I had some "proffesionals" install my old one :)


Cheers.

Edited by Hooftain, 30 October 2007 - 03:46 AM.

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anzenketh

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Hooftain,

Are you connecting wireless or wired?
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ZacharyE

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Are you on a Cable or DSL connection?
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Hello, sorry for the late reply. I am connected by wire. My internet is ADSL so i assume that's DSL then, no? :)

Thanks :)
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