Netgear Router - Having to Re-boot Everyday
This is a discussion on Netgear Router - Having to Re-boot Everyday within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; hi dingdong just disabled UPnP l will see how it gos......my Noise Margin gone up to 8.6 downstrem...will let you ...
- 15-09-06, 03:38 PM #21
just disabled UPnP l will see how it gos......my Noise Margin gone up to 8.6 downstrem...will let you know if get cut off..
- 15-09-06, 07:25 PM #22
Hope you have more joy with this than me. It stoped the freezes but my download speeds just tailed off - maybe worth checking now and then - I was loosing about 0.5 MB per 2/5 mins - in a downward never-ending spiral
- 15-09-06, 07:47 PM #23
no good for me . Has not stoped the freezing , well it only needs a reset about every hour now.... my speed has dropped a bit 8703 kbps 766 kbps....sky needs to sort this out ..soon
- 15-09-06, 08:15 PM #24
agreed it is totally unacceptable
- 15-09-06, 08:27 PM #25
hey Gav1n if your Noise Margin drops below 7db thats why it droping out
how long have you had your net for now?
so if any 1 else's Noise Margin drops below 7dbs you will have the same problem
if your on max then it should sort its self out after a week or soMotto - "Vis unita fortior"
- 15-09-06, 09:14 PM #26
It's definitely wireless related.
On ethernet it's been rock solid. I've had to log in to work on the work laptop wirelessly through VPN today and ever since wireless was turned on I've had to reset the router numerous times as it's been sticking.
Just turned off UPnP and switch to "Auto 108Mbps" from "g & b" mode.
Will see how it goes.
- 15-09-06, 09:16 PM #27
I'v only been connected from the 11th and yes lm on max (thats the 16mb £10 a month one ) l hope it dose sort it self out ..l dont mind the lm getting 8549 kbps downstream as l was paying £25 for 4meg from cable...but the dropping out is no good ..carnt even leave my grabit running on newshosting all night lol
- 16-09-06, 09:09 AM #28
restaring the router!!!
I have the same problem but I'm not using wireless, as I', connected via the ethernet cable.
Is there any way to access the router settings?
When I rtry to log in with the SSID and the network key, it just won't accept it.
- 16-09-06, 09:43 AM #29
Have you switched uPnP off easyrider? I have been able to keep my router on all night now with no problems after switching uPnP off, and it seems stable at the moment.
- 16-09-06, 10:42 AM #30
I turned the Wireless Access Point off / Allow Broadcast of Name off last night and just conected via the ethernet cable..and have not had to reboot the router yet..(about 13 hours)..and it dose not seen so hot....so l will just see how it gos...
Last edited by Gav1n; 16-09-06 at 10:44 AM.