What to do if Netgear WiFi router keeps on dropping internet connection?

Posted by Aashi Khurana on July 25th, 2019

As a matter of fact, sometimes you might face various kinds of technical glitches while using a Netgear router. But not to worry. These are very common problems a user may face and that can be a barrier in Netgear router setup process as well.

Netgear wireless router keeps on dropping the internet signals is one of the most common problems users are facing. Due to this users fail to access their Netgear router due to this annoying error.

The reason behind this issue can be many. But the most common and foremost reason behind this issue is the hardware problem. If you are facing any trouble while using a Netgear wireless router, then need not to be panic.

Here, in this article, we are providing two effective and easy solutions to get rid of this problem permanently. Go through it.

Solution 1: Upgrade the Netgear Router's Firmware

The glitches with the Netgear WiFi router can easily be resolved by upgrading the Netgear router's firmware to the latest version.

  • At first, load up your preferred web browser and from a computer or laptop that should be connected with the router perfectly.

  • Write down www.routerlogin.net web address into field of the address bar and hit the Enter key on your keyboard.

  • After that, a login window will be displayed on your computer or laptop screen. Enter the username and password (login credentials) into the appearing dialog box.

  • Tick on the 'Advanced' option.

  • Then, choose the 'Administration' option.

  • Select the Router Update or Firmware Update.

  • Choose the Check button. It will take some time to find new updates.

  • Once the new firmware file has been found, click on Yes and proceed further.

As soon as the latest and up-to-date firmware on your Netgear wireless router has successfully been updated, your problem will be resolved. If not, proceed towards the next step.

Solution 2: Upgrade the Network Driver

At times, the problem can occur due to any fault within the network driver. As a matter of fact, an outdated network can create troubles.

  • In the first place, you have to go to the 'Taskbar' and tap on the Search box.

  • Enter ‘Device Manager’ (without quotes) in the field of search box.

  • After that, from the appearing list of results click on the 'Device Manager' option.

  • Select a category - locate the names of the devices and after that, right-click on a device you want to update.

  • Choose 'Update Driver' option.

  • Tick on the option named as ‘Search automatically for updated driver software’ (without quotes).

  • Wait for a couple of minutes for the update process to complete successfully.

How to fix routerlogin net not working issues?

  • Make sure that the web address/URL is entered correctly.

  • Make sure that the web address isn't entered into the search bar.

  • Make sure that you are using a load-free and a relevant web browser.

  • Use Netgear router login IP address instead of the web URL.

Some more fixes to resolve internet connectivity issues

  • Place your Netgear router in reach of your existing modem.

  • Update your modem as well.

  • Ensure that your modem is throwing live, active, and up running internet connection.

  • Make sure to place your devices openly at a higher shelf and away from electronic gadgets, metal appliances, baby monitors, treadmill, Bluetooth speaker, cordless phone, security alarms, thick walls, door, windows, and public WiFi/hotspot.

Go through the above-mentioned steps and resolve the issue 'Netgear WiFi router keeps dropping internet connectivity' at the earliest. If the process appears to be difficult, then please comment on the feedback section given below or seek for a reliable help at toll-free number 1-844-897-9854.

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