Why does my home WiFi internet connection occasionally drop for a few seconds?
bralphye 9 weeks ago
I have a DSL connection at home and a 2Wire router, and occasionally the signal just goes away, then is reestablished a few seconds later. It’s not the end of the world, but it is annoying. Is it more likely to be my ISP or my router? This one is not very old, and I sometimes experienced the same thing when I still had my old router (also a 2Wire). Any ideas on what the problem likely is?
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