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Giga router assigning wrong gateway to all devices on Wi-Fi, randomly restarting, listing 2.4 ghz only devices under 5gz devices etc.
Hello everybody, I have never-resolved issues with the Giga router from NOS. I use TP-Link powerline adapter alongside it as the signal does not reach the other side of my apartment and NOS’ repeater is no good for me.1 - What happens is after some days of usage, or maybe one week or two, the router decides to assign the powerline’s IP address (generally 192.168.1.2) as the default gateway to all of my devices, connecting to the router. Hence, all my devices lose internet connection. I used the same powerline adapter before when I bought the service from another ISP, and their router, with zero issues. 2 - Router decides to do restarts just randomly. Even now when I was writing the first clause above it had a restart. I am even gathering the log for this. This now happened without the powerline connected to the router, as I have all ethernet devices disconnected for testing.“Nov 9 16:30:07 2005 Syslog Notice logger: erouter0 has new IPNov 9 16:30:07 2005 Syslog Notice logger: erouter0
Hello all, I am not sure if I can join the forum in English. Sorry if I was not supposed to write in English here. Since Friday evening (10th April) I am having huge stability issues with my fixed network. When it is up and running I get 450 mbps down and 15-20 mbps upload however every 5 or 10 minutes the network loses stability and the upload is simply not working anymore. Even when I do speedtest the upload test is failing when I face the issue. I cannot join my meeting as people stop hearing me although I continue to see and hear them. It is clearly upload issue. It just comes on and off in 5 to 10 min intervals. I restarted my router several times, disconnected unnecessary devices, and switched between ethernet & WiFi. No joy in the end. Is there a general issue with the Nos fixed network? I have waited two days and it is still not fixed..
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