Linksys Router drops internet consistantly [Closed]

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Hello,
I have a Linksys WRT120N router and it consistantly drops the internet connection. I bought a new router but it did not solve the problem. I upgraded the router firmware with no success. Any suggestions?
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If I connect the cable directly from the modem to the PC the internet is not dropped. So I do not think it is the modem or the signal.
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My modem displays signal "power level" (power levels lower than -13 dBmV and I would call your ISP)
and pages of Logs with messages generated by the Modem. I would look to see if there are any correlations between the logged events and your outages.
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I just says that tuning is completed. There are no logs on this page. When I do a Trougleshoot is says that the router is working properly and recommends that I turn on the auto refresh to every 10 seconds. Which I did.
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Who is your ISP and what modem are you using?

Try this modem address in your browser http://192.168.100.1/ and see if you can get a status page.
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I am using Roadrunner and I was able to access the status page. What am I looking for?
Mine did the same thing, I changed the wireless security setting from WPA2 to WEP and that solved the disconnection issue, Now I just have a 50% loss in download speed and tech support say this is normal good old Linksys
Ugh! Don't blame Linksys, blame Cisco. I had the original Linksys router (non wireless) and it worked for years non stop. It finally died so I bought this new version that you have. Dumb thing drops the internet connection about once a week. The only thing different in my network topology is this new router. Piece of crap by the sounds of it.
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If the router was not the problem then it's the modem or a weak signal into the modem from your ISP.
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Different modems and different functions I guess. Good Luck fixing your problem.