TD-W8968 - Router "hangs" now and then

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TD-W8968 - Router "hangs" now and then
TD-W8968 - Router "hangs" now and then
2014-04-08 13:56:06
Region : Argentina

Model : TD-W8968

Hardware Version : V3

Firmware Version : 0.6.0 1.7 v0019.0 Build 131011 Rel.50940n

ISP : Afrihost/TelkomSA


Good day,

My router keeps on going into a "hanging/stuck" state every now and then. It is completely unreachable for 5-10min. All the lights on the router are still flashing but when going to 192.168.1.1 it cannot connect. I have tried the latest firmware upgrade but that makes it even worst.

I also sometimes experience the problem that when I connect a device it tells me the connection is limited, a disconnect and reconnect normally fixes the problem.

I had a lot less issues with the older type tp-link routers, but it seems the best way to go at the moment is net gear?


Thanks
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Re:TD-W8968 - Router "hangs" now and then
2014-04-09 18:13:10
http://forum.tp-link.com/showthread.php?75164-Unstable-ADSL-connection&p=143841&viewfull=1#post143841

It's working for me since two days ago without disconnections/resets.

BR
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Re:TD-W8968 - Router "hangs" now and then
2014-04-16 15:56:20
I tried following the suggestions in that link but this is the screen I get at "Bandwidth Control"





It seems to give me different options than the ones suggested in that link, perhaps because the TD-W8968 is a different model to the one being discussed in that link?
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Re:TD-W8968 - Router "hangs" now and then
2014-04-28 21:42:58

dandelion wrote

I tried following the suggestions in that link but this is the screen I get at "Bandwidth Control"





It seems to give me different options than the ones suggested in that link, perhaps because the TD-W8968 is a different model to the one being discussed in that link?


They are different, indeed, but quite similar options are available. Just enable bandwith control, and write upstream/downstream values there.

Feedback is appreciated!

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