- Oct 6, 2014
I'm sure this was already checked or looked at, but the Hitron CODA-4582U has its own WI-Fi. If the plan is to use the Asus RT-AC66U for the wireless, are you sure there is no Wi-Fi usage going direct to the Hitron modem, and bypassing the Asus?My modem is a Hitron CODA-4582U.
My router is a Asus RT-AC66U B1.
When I first got the modem and router I called my ISP and requested they put the modem in bridge mode. I believe this should have disabled the modems wifi capabilities so all our devices would have to connect through the router.I'm sure this was already checked or looked at, but the Hitron CODA-4582U has its own WI-Fi. If the plan is to use the Asus RT-AC66U for the wireless, are you sure there is no Wi-Fi usage going direct to the Hitron modem, and bypassing the Asus?
Working on doing this test. I just attempted a set up with my tablet and laptop in a zoom call to try to reproduce the error and then testing to see if a direct ethernet connection resolves the issue on at least my laptop's side but I couldn't reproduce the problem definitively. I'm hoping to ask a friend to help me out tomorrow and see if I can figure out if the ethernet connection is stable or not.What that did was bypassing the modems router and going direct to yours. You should be able to connect to the modem yourself. I would suggest turning off the modem for about 10 minutes then connect your laptop to it and then turn on the modem. That should give your computer an IP address from the internet provider and give you access. If you find this connection is stable then we would want to look at your asus router and other devices.
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