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Erratic Router Connections

Gordon1946
Participant
Message 9 of 9

I am having problems with my Sagecom Router supplied by Talktalk in as much as while I have internet connection on my WiFi items(LapYouView Box from TT and a Hive hub)

They both go off at the same time while wifi items carry on as normal. While connected the YouView and Hive Hub work as they should.

This has been raised on two occasions with TT but the agents do not seem to understand what is going on and just tell me my line doesnt show any faults.

The only way I can get wired items to reconnect to the internet is to shut down the router which takes almost 10 minutes to reconnect.

Anyone any helpful suggestions

 

Gordon

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Message 1 of 9

No problem Gordon 🙂

 

Chris

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Message 2 of 9

Thank you Chris. Just got back home.

If any problems occur I’ll contact you again.

I find it difficult to understand why the fault team were not able to take this action a month ago when first reported, 4 occurance of the problem had happened in 10 day period. Have had 2 more since, plus the one yesterday which prompted my post.

once again thank you for your prompt help.

 

Gordon

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Message 3 of 9

OK the firmware update seems to have completed now


Chris

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Message 4 of 9

Hi Gordon,

 

I'll update your firmware now, it should complete in 10-15 minutes

Chris

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Message 5 of 9

OK, we'll update your firmware then


Chris

Gordon1946
Participant
Message 6 of 9

Hi Michelle.

This morning from 10:30am will be fine. System will not be in use then as need to be elsewhere late morning.

Firmware is that mentioned by Skynet_TX

Michelle-TalkTalk
Support Team
Message 7 of 9

Morning,

 

I'm sorry to hear this. Would you like us to update the router firmware? When would be the best time to do this today as this will take around 20 minutes to complete?

 

Thanks

 

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Skynet_TX
Community Star
Message 8 of 9

Hi @Gordon1946,

 

What version of firmware is your router running ?. You can see this by browsing to http://192.168.1.1/ and seeing what it says after 'version' towards the bottom of the login screen, it will start with SG4K.

 

Version SG4K10002816t is known to have some DNS resolution issues that can cause similar symptoms in that some devices can effectively lose connectivity even though the router LED remains solid white, and other devices can appear to remain working.

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