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post #1 of 11
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Greetings.
I bought a Dlink Dir 655 router a couple weeks and i seem to having a trouble.
Every between 30min to a couple hours the connection dropps for no apparent reason.
I tried a couple things like resetting to factory config, giving myself a static adress (since the logg was spamming the dhcp over my PC)
Unfortuantly, none seem to work.
Anyone got the same router and happens to know how to solve it? so far it does a great job but the connection dropps are really annoying.
Here are the log files if when it last occured.

May 31 23:38:22 using nameserver 195.130.131.1#53
May 31 23:38:22 using nameserver 195.130.130.129#53
May 31 23:38:22 reading /etc/resolv.conf
May 31 23:38:21 Lease of 94.225.102.94 obtained, lease time 7200
May 31 23:35:09 [84747.720000] module arch cleanup sch_ubicom_streamengine: OCM instruction memory free of 0 @00000000
May 31 23:34:15 [84694.340000] module arch cleanup nf_conntrack_ftp: OCM instruction memory free of 0 @00000000
May 31 23:34:15 [84694.170000] module arch cleanup nf_nat_ftp: OCM instruction memory free of 0 @00000000
post #2 of 11
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Originally Posted by Assirra;13703063 
Greetings.
I bought a Dlink Dir 655 router a couple weeks and i seem to having a trouble.
Every between 30min to a couple hours the connection dropps for no apparent reason.

Does this happen when you're doing heavy traffic only, especially BitTorrent or similar? I've always seemed to have had trouble with D-Link routers and half-open connections. I've not found a good way around it other than using a different router completely.
post #3 of 11
What os are you running and do you have any other computers running on your network? What os are they on if there is
post #4 of 11
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zzyzx;13703111 
Does this happen when you're doing heavy traffic only, especially BitTorrent or similar? I've always seemed to have had trouble with D-Link routers and half-open connections. I've not found a good way around it other than using a different router completely.
Not specically, it also does it when i am just playing a game with torrent/streaming sites off. My previous one did that but not this.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Spooony;13703322 
What os are you running and do you have any other computers running on your network? What os are they on if there is
I run a windows 7 64bit and the other PC runs an xp.
post #5 of 11
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Originally Posted by Assirra;13708949 
Not specically, it also does it when i am just playing a game with torrent/streaming sites off. My previous one did that but not this.

I run a windows 7 64bit and the other PC runs an xp.

what wireless adapter do you have?Does the adapter let you choose WPA-2 with AES or not. Or it only allow you to choose WEP or WPA with TKIP?
post #6 of 11
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Spooony;13709397 
what wireless adapter do you have?Does the adapter let you choose WPA-2 with AES or not. Or it only allow you to choose WEP or WPA with TKIP?
I personally don't use the wireless for my own PC, only got the ps3 wireless on it and a wireless internet radio.
post #7 of 11
Quote:
Originally Posted by Assirra;13709956 
I personally don't use the wireless for my own PC, only got the ps3 wireless on it and a wireless internet radio.

oh ok Thx for clearing that up.

Boot into safe mode with networking then test it out and see if it happens still.
Any pcs got static ips assigned? Might be two computers on your network using the same ip.
post #8 of 11
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Spooony;13715507 
oh ok Thx for clearing that up.

Boot into safe mode with networking then test it out and see if it happens still.
Any pcs got static ips assigned? Might be two computers on your network using the same ip.
Tried that today and still internet losing connection.
Using 1static adress for my PC since the log spammed DHCP stuff but it does not conflict with something else.
post #9 of 11
I have the same issue. My friend will be playing LOL on my laptop while i played on my desktop .. Randomly his ping will rise 3k+ which is no wifi connection. I think its windows 7 issue.. My laptop and desktop are windows 7 64 bit machines.
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post #10 of 11
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Well, after a lot of trying different things i decided to just return the thing.
I did some research and apparently its not that uncommon for a faulty version in this model.
Back to zero, need to find a new router with the same capabilities that actually..works:D
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