What’s so bad about that? You’ve probably had a bad internet connection at one point or another and you’ve probably tried to fix it. I’ve had it happen to me twice. The first time it did work. The second time it didn’t. No matter how much you try to fix it, it will always happen.
I don’t know why you would just drop your internet connection, but I can assure you that it is not normal for it to drop intermittently. Usually it happens every week or so, but lately it happened more often than that.
When we talk about a wireless router, we often think of a Wi-Fi solution. A wireless router is a solution to a problem. A typical Wi-Fi router has two components: a base station and a router. To get the best possible performance from your Wi-Fi router, you need a strong signal that lasts for years. That depends on the signal strength, the router itself, the router’s location, and the power of your home’s Wi-Fi signal.
The Netgear Router drops its internet connection occasionally. We have had this happen to us multiple times already and the only way to determine what is going on is to reboot the router. Once you are able to determine the issue, we have found that a restart is needed. We have not had to reboot this router in over a year now.
That’s what happens when your router drops your internet connection. You have no idea why it happens, but it does, and it’s a bummer. And you can do the same thing to your computer. If you’re using a modem, check your cable or DSL connection. If you’re using fiber, check your internet service provider. You’d be surprised at how many people have trouble with their internet connection.
When there is a wireless problem, you’ll often hear people say that the router or router’s firmware is down. This is true, but it isn’t something that should be taken as gospel. The internet is a public service.
I once had a laptop that was connected to my netgear router. Occasionally, it would drop the connection. After a few minutes, it wouldn’t connect again. I was not happy. The only thing that could have caused the drop was the router itself. It wasn’t something that I did, but something I did to it. I got some advice and bought a second router… but since router drops happen, I have to keep it updated. I’m also updating my router.
Recently, we have been experiencing a regular drop in our internet connection. We have a router in our house that is directly connected to the internet, but the dropped connection is not being given to our computers at the office. We are using a router at home, but I believe that this problem is occurring because of our internet service provider.