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Old April 27th, 2013, 06:06 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I updated the router to the latest firmware but that didnt seem to help. My router does not have the 5ghz option. It keeps kicking me off the router after like 3 minutes of activity. What else can I do? Should I try another router? My galaxy s3 had no problems with this router though?
Assign every device on your network an IP Address. Anytime I have run into this kind of behavior is was a DHCP issue. In your router manual the steps to do this would probably be under Reserving IP Addresses. This way every device will be assigned the same IP Address every time rather than DHCP cycling through the available IP's every time something connects. This may fix the issue.
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