Router Dropping Signal
Low signal quality
- Step 1 :The placement of the router is a major factor in getting a good signal strength.
- Step 2 :You are strongly recommended to keep the router in the center of your house.
- Step 3 :Make sure no obstacles are kept nearer to the router.
Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) size
Step 1 :Finally, select the Save Settings option.
- Step 1 :To get high signal strength, you have to determine and set up the correct MTU size of your wireless network.
- Step 2 :To set up the correct MTU size, access the web-based setup page of the Linksys router using its IP address, username, and password.
- Step 3 :Click the Setup tab followed by the Basic Setup tab, choose the Manual option from the MTU drop-down menu, and type the correct MTU size in the Size field.
- Step 1 :Turn off the router and remove the power adapter from it.
- Step 2 :Leave it for 10 seconds.
- Step 3 :Connect the power adapter again to the router.
- Step 4 :Power up the router and check if the router dropping signal problem is resolved.
- Step 5 :If not, proceed with the steps given below.
Step 1 - Resetting The Linksys Router
- Step 1 :Locate the Reset button that is at the bottom of the router and then hold it for about 30 seconds.
- Step 2 :Note: Use a pen, paper clip, or similar objects to press the Reset button.
- Step 3 :Now, the Power LED starts to blink. This indicates that the router has been reset to factory defaults.
- Step 1 :Access the Linksys router’s web-based management page, go to the Administration tab and then click the Factory Defaults tab.
- Step 2 :Select the Restore Factory Defaults option to fix router dropping signal issue.
Step 2 - Reconfigure The Wireless Settings
Step 1 :Once done with the resetting the router, customize the wireless settings of the router.
Step 3 - Updating The Router’s Firmware
- Step 1 :Download the firmware of the router from the official Linksys website.
- Step 2 :Mostly, the file extension of the firmware file will be .bin.
- Step 3 :Some of the router firmware has the .img and .bix file extension to avoid router dropping signal problem.
- Step 4 :Use the router’s IP address to access the login page.
- Step 5 :Provide the correct username and password in the appropriate fields.
- Step 6 :This will open the router’s web-based management page.
- Step 7 :Click the Administration tab followed by the Firmware Upgrade tab.
- Step 8 :Select the Browse or Choose File option and choose the downloaded firmware file.
- Step 9 :Once you click the Start Upgrade option, the router’s firmware will be upgraded.
- Step 10 :Do not turn off the router during the firmware upgrade process.
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