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Why Does My Wi-Fi Connection Drop from Time to Time?
Brief Description:
There’s nothing worse than your WiFi connection dropping when you’re right in the middle of using your WiFi IP camera to watch the condition of your baby through your smartphone but there is something you can do about it. Here we will discuss some of the causes for a dropped wireless connection as well as some solutions.
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There’s nothing worse than your WiFi connection dropping when you’re right in the middle of using your WiFi IP camera to watch the condition of your baby through your smartphone but there is something you can do about it. Here we will discuss some of the causes for a dropped wireless connection as well as some solutions.
 
Your Router Is Overburdened by Heavy Network Use
 
Some of you may be experiencing a WiFi blackout when your network is being utilized the most which can cause routers to temporarily fail. Your router may be working fine but is just not the right match for your networking needs. Don’t limit your internet use because your router can’t handle it – pick a router that can accommodate all of your connected devices and networking demands.
 
You’ve Got Too Much Wireless Interference
 
You router isn’t the only device in your house emitting a signal. Several household items like Bluetooth devices, microwaves, TVs and cordless phones are pumping out radio signals that can interfere with your WiFi network signal when they are in use. Moving your router away from devices like these is an easy solution but if for some reason you have to put your router next to your microwave, we suggest changing some of your devices WiFi radio settings.
 
Your Firmware or Drivers Need An Update
 
Your computers connect to a WiFi network using a device driver and your router creates a WiFi signal based on its firmware. Network drivers and firmware can occasionally affect your network connection if either/both requires an update.