So yeah, i have a cheap router, it's a WL 150-RT [ 1 Wan Port, 4 LAN Port]. And a PPOE router coz i'm a dsl. So the way i configure my router is like have a twist.
I don't connect the cable from the PPOE router to the WAN Port, but i connect it on 1 of the 4 LAN Ports. Then 1 Cable from the Lan Port to the PC. Then booms, i can broadcast my wifi signal now. No errors since last month just by then.
I get frequent request time-out and network net unreachable error. As in frequent! I don't know what to do.
Re: Frequent Disconnection on Wifi Signal
7 years 9 months ago #35988
I understand here that the PPPOE router is the one connected to your ADSL ISP (wall socket). And it has a LAN port which you connected to one of the WL 150-RT LAN ports. So the WAN port on the WL 150-RT is free.
If I'm correct, then the WL 150-RT is obviously running as LAN/switch access point (unless your doing routing on that too). A net unreachable error is usually generated from a router (not an access point) which is possibly your PPPOE. So I would direct my attention to checking PPPOE router, check the CPU usage and routing table there. If nothing works, try resting it to factory defaults and configure again.