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    BEFSR41 Linksys Router

    Here's a question for ya.....My router seems to occasionly stop responding...After a minute it will start to function correctly again. No settings or anything are wrong....

    Any suggestions?

    TheRouter
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    That sounds like a question for their tech support. From what you've told us, you have it setup perfectly.

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    Just a thought

    I had one site that would move thier router on top of a computer and it would stop responding..or fail to connect.

    When you moved it off the computer...it would work again....

    I figured it was the power supply of the computer interfering ....

    Maybe you have some interference from another device????

    Also..like h3r3tic said..go to the vendor website and search...you may need a firmware update

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    Thanks guys, I appreciate all of the support. I will talk with the the Linksys support group and see what they have to say....(After I move the router from the top of the hard-drive...)

    TheRouter
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    Bet ya that fixes the issue

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    I cant believe this.....Morganlefay got it right in a nut shell. It wound up being my powersource from my computer was just to much for the router to phase out the intereference...

    Thanks Morganlefay!!

    TheRouter
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