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Disconnections in the router which reset it


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Hello, I have occasional disconnections (every day but every few hours) that reset the long-term router I have in the room, the main router is up and the long-term router is in my room, 3 days ago I replaced Long term and it is fine but I still have occasional disconnections and when there is a disconnect I am required to reset the router, I wanted to know if there is a possibility to do something that will fix it? I am currently connected via the long-term router to the main router via WiFi, Wired Connection, and the router itself is connected to power and a computer. The DIR-615 router model, I would be very happy to help in trying to fix the problem that even if there is a disconnect for a second that there will be no need to reset the router every once in a while because such a thing takes a relatively long time and it knocks me full of games I play online.

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