Hello Friends, I’m going to tell you about WiFi disconnecting problems. Most of the Broadband user who uses the WiFi on Laptop or Mobile. While using the internet, getting disconnected from a wireless network, the computer might try to reconnect to the network as soon as this happens still it is annoying. One might think for the reasons of it happening. I have listed some problems with WiFi disconnecting which occur while using WiFi Internet. Few reasons are given below-

Weak Signal

The most common reason for disconnection from a wireless network is the low signal. Wireless networks have a limited range, so if the distance from the wireless base station is more than the signal is not strong enough to maintain a connection, if also, there are walls and other objects between you and the base station the signal weakens. Resolve it by few of the below-mentioned methods:

Find Better Spot For The Router

Routers should be placed in open spaces, where there are no obstructions or walls. The antennas of the router should be positioned vertically. More is the height of the router, better is the coverage.

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Get Better Antennas 

New routers already come with internal antennas, but for those routers which still use external ones, can have better antennas to strengthen Wi-Fi signals.

Change The Router Channel

Set up the router automatically on the least crowded channel. Use free software that can show router number in an area who are using a certain channel, and if the user’s router is in the most crowded one, it would be a good idea to dive into the router’s interface and change the in-use channel.

Detect and Eradicate Interference

Not only other routers within the area can interfere with your router’s signal but also appliances such as microwaves and wireless phones can also weaken Wi-Fi signals. For this problem-solving use dual-band router or just move the router away from these signal-interfering appliances.

Scheduled Router Reboots

Occasional reboots maintain a healthy Wi-Fi signal and Internet connection. Some routers have built-in capabilities for such reboots, but routers without such a feature can have an outlet timer install on the router.

Update The Software

Router’s Wi-Fi signal can be enhanced by updating the software of the router. Latest firmware of the router brand and model could show a software update for the device, in addition to instructions on how to install it online.

Improve The Wi-Fi Security

Weak Wi-Fi signals could mean that there are more users on the connection than expected, especially in case the password is very easy to guess and is hacked. Using WPA encryption and changing passwords regularly would not let in the unwanted users on the network, freeing up Wi-Fi signals to be used by those who are supposed to use the Internet connection.

Improper Network Connection

If the encryption keys or passphrase on the access point is changed, devices that worked before will be unable to establish the Internet connections. Likewise, if the access point settings are changed to require using a specific Wi-Fi channel number, some computers may be unable to discover it. So, resolve this by confirming about any changes in the Wi-Fi channel number and encryption keys. When using a hotspot, follow the provider’s instructors for signing on carefully.

Unreliable Wireless Drivers

Some wireless network hardware can be unreliable. Wireless networks are complicated, so wireless cards and base stations occasionally run into minor problems and may drop connections. Consider getting some different hardware with compatibility for latest software versions.

Busy Network

Many computers try to connect to the wireless networks in busy places at once. Sometimes these networks get too busy and may not be able to handle all of the computers that are trying to connect, so some of them get disconnected.The only solution for this is to scan for the least crowded channels.

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