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The value can be set higher, or to 0, meaning the router never logs out. Consult your manuals for instructions.
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on 16-01-2013 04:48 PM
Originally Posted by redchiz OK, it may be that the DHCP leases are expiring, you should be able to adjust those timings, not sure where the settings are for your router though.
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on 16-01-2013 10:06 PM
Hi may be a silly question you say that you turn off all devices at bed time, does that include the power to the router ?What happens if you leave the router powered on overnight ?
Originally Posted by KeithDM I recently installed a new NetGear DGN 2200v3 (replacing an old TT freebie DLink) as I wanted stronger wi-fi and a more robust Adsl connection. TheNetGear has met these requirements very well indeed. However (isn't there always an 'however'!) whilst the connection to TT is now consistent, if I turn off all devices at bedtime (i.e. PC's, laptops, tablet & put iPhone into sleep mode), in the morning the connection is down and I have to reboot the router. If I leave a device active throughout the night, the connection does not drop. The time-out setting on the router is 'always on'. Therefore is there a time-out setting at TT's end?
on 16-01-2013 10:15 PM
Originally Posted by anker Hi may be a silly question you say that you turn off all devices at bed time, does that include the power to the router ?What happens if you leave the router powered on overnight ?
on 16-01-2013 10:20 PM
Originally Posted by KeithDM Cough - you are quite right in first sentence! The router is of course left on 24/7.