Internet drops while heavy downloads (0.0.0.0 IP)

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enei200

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Greetings,

Using: Tp-link Archer C59 - dynamic IP
same problem with old routers (2 of them, with 1 and 2 anthenas)

I had this problem for a long time and tried a lot to fix it.
So,
Whenever I try to download or update large files (with Steam, Torrents (which I do not use much) and others launchers) - downloading speed slowly drops to 0.
I checked router settings and every time this happens, my IP, Mac-adress, Default Gateway, subnet mask and both DNS-servers instantly drop to 0.0.0.0
This rarely accurs when I try to download something directly from a browser (I think, it's due to the low speed from browser downloads). Also, this happens in both main computer and any wireless connection (haven't seen this with phones or tablets through)

What I tried:
- Updating Router's drivers
- Questioning my internet provider (they said they had no disconnecting in their end)
- Randomly changing my Router's settings
- buying a new router (2 times)

Would love to see any suggestions on what to do. Thanks for your time.
 

Couriant

James
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Or you have a bad network card. HAve you tried a different computer to replicate the issue?

Also try a static IP configuration.
 
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