Sun. Nov 29th, 2020

Linksys Range Extender Drops Connection

Linksys Range Extender Drops Connection

Linksys Range Extender Drops Connection

If you are using a Linksys Wireless Router and you are facing many problems like connection errors, then this blog is only for you. There are many reasons for dropping internet connection on Linksys Range Extender. Follow the instructions below to stop router dropping connection.

1)- Adjust MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) Size
Maximum Transmission Unit specifies the biggest packet size allowable for net transmission. Deciding the right MTU size is very important, therefore you’d get the foremost economical outturn for the network.

2)- Low Signal quality
It is also possible that your router receives low signals. In this case, recommended that you change your router location and placed it where it can get high quality of signals. When placing the router in a high location, please leave a distance of 2 feet between the router antenna tips, wall and ceiling. If your router passes through multiple floors, place the router on the top floor to get better signals.

3)- Frquency interference from other wireless device
May be your router operating on the same frequency as your nearby devices. You need to change your router’s channel or these are considered non-overlapping channels. If you have changed the channels, you should restart the wireless computer. Click here to change the router’s channels.

4)- Router Needs latest Firmware Version
If you have the old firmware version, then your router drops internet connection. So always, keeps updated your device with the latest firmware version. Click here to upgrade your router. After upgrading firmware, please also check, that your PC and device’s wireless adapter is also updated.