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Author Topic: Dlink dir 895l wan connection reset by itself  (Read 85 times)

miamigold21

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Dlink dir 895l wan connection reset by itself
« on: August 06, 2017, 07:47:28 PM »


hello everybody,

I need need some help just recently bought this router. to start off my router is running on the 1.13 firmware update that just recently came out. also my isp is Comcast (xfinity) located in Miami, FL. my cable modem is the sb6190. on Friday of last week around 6:00 pm I reseted to factory defaults my router to see if the issue could be resolved. but its now sunday and my wan connection on the ipv4 has only 14 hrs up time and the ipv6 connection uptime is up for 2 days.  I'm not suffering from connection issues but wanted to know if its a software or firmware issue in the router that is not continually with the connection time. I would like some help suggestion to figure out whats going on with this.


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Re: Dlink dir 895l wan connection reset by itself
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2017, 08:18:20 PM »

First off your ISP modem has a problem and is a known problem:
http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=65993.0


I would recommend getting into a Arris SB 6183, SB 8200 or Motorola MB 7420 or MB 8600 if your ISP supports any one of these. These are Broadcom based modems, not effected by Intel issues.

Disable IPv6 or set Local Only and test as well.
Set manual WAN port speed to 1000Mb and test.
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