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ath0: STA IEEE 802.11: Client disassociated

My mobile (Nexus 5) suffers wirless disconnects from my HHub3 every minute or so.  Events logs reporting Client association/disassociation.  Have applied static IP and switched wireless channels but problem persists.  Have powered down router and even swapped out for my old one.  Other devices ipads/laptops suffer the occasional drop out which in itself is bad enough but nowhere near as regular as the phone.  Having looked through forums this problem appears to have stumped the mods/BT.  Any advice ?  Would a HH4 or 5 help or is it time for a new router?

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Re: ath0: STA IEEE 802.11: Client disassociated

If you do decide to get a new router you should do yourself a favour and avoid the HH5. If it were me I would by a decent third party router.You will have a lot less problems with it. You can get a decent one for not a lot of money.

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Re: ath0: STA IEEE 802.11: Client disassociated

Any recommendations in the budget / mid and top dollar ranges?  Shame BT customers have to resort to funding their own hardware. Thanks

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Re: ath0: STA IEEE 802.11: Client disassociated

Obviously you don't need to buy your own but the ISP routers are made for the mass market at as cheap a price as possible so it might not be as good as third part ones.

 

I don't like to recommend specific routers because everybody has diffent requirements such as do you need AC, dual band how many gigabit ports etc. If you do a search for routers and read the reviews. Asus, Netgear and Linksys all do good routers so I'm sure you will find one the suits your needs. 

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