on 20-08-2021 04:32 PM
I have sonoff wireless switch and i notice router keep disconnecting from the switch it require a roiter reboot after a day or 2
Any suggestions settings pls
on 15-09-2021 06:41 AM
on 14-09-2021 10:24 PM
Have you checked this with a WiFi analyser in line with the help I have already offered you?
on 14-09-2021 10:18 PM
I tried it.today but its for some reason keep loosing connection
The switch is physically next and least populated band is selected
Any other setting can u advise pls
on 13-09-2021 07:11 AM
on 12-09-2021 10:01 PM
You need to check the state of the 2.4GHz band as a whole, you could be moving it from a bad channel to an even worse one otherwise.
Please see the last two paragraphs of my reply in message #4.
on 12-09-2021 09:09 PM
I tried to change the channel increase the lease but still the wireless model is sonoff basic the ip add is static
Not sure where else i can look
It keep disconnecting and i have to restart router everytime
Not sure what i m missing
on 20-08-2021 10:15 PM
WiFi interference can affect any wifi device however close or far away from the router it is. This would be first step in diagnosing the problem, because the 2.4GHz band can be so congested, that it might be unusable in your area. I am not saying that it is that bad, I simply do not know without further diagnostics. It is also the most likely cause of the problem that you describe.
on 20-08-2021 10:08 PM
Splitting the SSIDs (network names) of the two Wi-Fi bands does not help resolve such matters at all.
Slow speed, intermittent dropouts, breaks in the signal, or no signal on some or all devices, might be caused by Wi-Fi interference from other local networks, which can also lead to a permanent reduction in speed. No ISP can be responsible for your local environment, this is mainly a by-product of the popularity of Wi-Fi.
However, other factors should be investigated first. When this happens, what are the lights showing on the front of the router? Do you have any wired connections & if so, how do they perform?
Generally speaking, the 2.4GHz band suffers much more from interference than the 5GHz band, but the 2.4GHz one can sometimes have a better range, but this all depends on your local area.
The next stage involves sending out a guide to you to help you get me some important diagnostic results, so as I can analyse them for you and recommend changes to your router configuration to solve them.
I only send this out to people who request it.
on 20-08-2021 09:53 PM
What make/model of router do you have & what is the model number of this Sonos switch.