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Is anybody using this with TalkTalk fibre as I am having drop outs all the time with my current wifi signal? Any info would be much appreciated!

asked on 04 March 2014

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I had this router 2 years ago and faced similar problems with Plusnet ADSL then Fibre. Upgrading the router firmware resolved this issue. Insidder is a very useful utility for troubleshooting network problems. Its no longer free, but the old free version can be found here: http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/inssid… see more I had this router 2 years ago and faced similar problems with Plusnet ADSL then Fibre. Upgrading the router firmware resolved this issue. Insidder is a very useful utility for troubleshooting network problems. Its no longer free, but the old free version can be found here: http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/inssider.html
I now use the N66U version. see less
I had this router 2 years ago and faced similar problems with Plusnet ADSL then Fibre. Upgrading the router firmware resolved this issue. Insidder is a very useful utility for troubleshooting network problems. Its no longer free, but the old free version can be found here: http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/inssider.html
I now use the N66U version.

Eddie Francis answered on 04 March 2014
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using mine with virgin broadband and it is very good. as others have said do check the firmware is up to date, see how many devices are hooking up to it (some may not be your own if your security settings are poor), ensure it's not fighting for bandwith by utilising a program such as 'inssider'. The problem with dropou… see more using mine with virgin broadband and it is very good. as others have said do check the firmware is up to date, see how many devices are hooking up to it (some may not be your own if your security settings are poor), ensure it's not fighting for bandwith by utilising a program such as 'inssider'. The problem with dropouts could simply be down to location of your hardware- prob one to try first. see less using mine with virgin broadband and it is very good. as others have said do check the firmware is up to date, see how many devices are hooking up to it (some may not be your own if your security settings are poor), ensure it's not fighting for bandwith by utilising a program such as 'inssider'. The problem with dropouts could simply be down to location of your hardware- prob one to try first.
Darryl Tyson answered on 05 March 2014
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I had a similar problem with Virgin , I found that the router needed a firmware update.
I strongly recommend the custom firmware
Https://code.google.com/p/rt-n56u/

shinryu answered on 04 March 2014
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Sorry, no (to TalkTalk fibre). Of course, it could be your modem or modem/router connection.
Pict answered on 04 March 2014
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