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Some customers may found that the router keeps disconnecting from the internet/modem, the internet LED on the router changes to red/orange, and it will recover automatically after minutes. Manually power off then power on the router can also get the connection back. This article aims to provide solutions to the issue.
- Check and ensure the internet line or ISP modem is stable, bypassing the TP-Link router. Connect the PC directly to the ISP modem (or internet cable from wall), test and monitor the internet connectivity, ensure you have a stable connection.
- If the modem internet is stable, please connect the router back to the network, ensure the Ethernet cable going from the ISP modem to the WAN port of the router is securely connected. Try with another Cat5e/6 cable or change the port of your ISP modem, where you're connecting the TP-Link router to (if possible).
- Login to the router web interface when there is no internet, check if there is still a WAN IP address on the Status page. If yes, go to Advanced > Network > Internet, change the DNS server as follows, then Save and reboot the router to confirm:
4. Check and ensure the router firmware is up-to-date.
If the disconnect issue persists after checking all the above, it is suggested to comment below, or email email@example.com with the subject [Forum ID 270780] Router Disconnects from Internet. In either case, be sure to provide the following information:
1. Who is your ISP? What's the model of the modem?
2. What is the WAN connection type on the TP-Link router?
3. Save and email the System Log on the router (System Tools > System Log). Don't reboot the router, if the internet doesn't recover automatically, please login to the router page, go to Advanced > Network > Internet, click on the Connect/Disconnect to recover the connection on the router.