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saphirealchemy

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I use a wireless F5D7230-4 Belkin g router2.4ghz-802.11g version A0000. This router sporadically and without warning will disconnect from the internet. All computers on the network are affected. I have tried resetting the router and modem on multiple occasions, as well as restarting my computer, and this has no effect on the wireless router's functionality. The only thing that works is simply unplugging the router and waiting, usually for about 2-3 days. There is no problem with the modem, as plugging into to it directly allows access to the internet.

This is a serious problem since we have two laptop computers, which need to be simultaneously connected to the internet. If anyone has any help to offer with this problem, I thank you for your help.
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https://www3.belkin....i...37&scid=221

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Rakesh Rajendra Warrier

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Try the Following :

STEP 1 : Connect Laptop - Router (Wired)

STEP 2 : Turn Off the Wireless Switch

STEP 3 : Open Router Setup by typing 192.168.2.1 on the Address Bar of internet Explorer

STEP 4 : On the Left Under wireless Click Wi-Fi Protected Setup

STEP 5 : Leave the password blank and click SUBMIT

STEP 6 : Disable IT and click Apply Changes

STEP 7 : On the left click Channel And SSiD under wireless

STEP 8 : Change the Channel to 11, Change the SSiD into a Different NAME and Click apply changes

STEP 9 :on the left Under Wireless click security

STEP 10 : Select the security type as 64 bit WEP

STEP 11 : Type a 10 digit number on the key one

STEP 12 : Click apply changes

STEP 13 : Turn on the wireless switch

STEP 14 : Scan and connect to this Wireless Network


And also make sure there are no Cordless Phones Or Microwaves nearby the Router
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