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NathanS
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Xbox disconnecting over wireless connection

Hi all,

I've recently been experiencing issues with my Xbox console disconnecting over a wireless connection. I had never experienced it until a few days ago, was happening for a couple of days where it disconnected every five minutes, worked fine for a day and then went back to disconnecting.

I currently have it plugged into powerline adapters and so far so good and can therefore rule out it being my internet dropping and have never had issues with any other device. I'm trying to determine if it's the router or the Xbox itself and how to resolve the issue. I get the same messages on the router log when it disconnects and have posted an example below. Any help is greatly appreciated.

20:09:41, 13 Feb.Lan IPv6 Neighbour Discovery events: NEIGHBOR_SOLICIT
20:09:41, 13 Feb.LAN [ADD] ARP 192.168.1.75 with 1c:1a:df:79:80:40 from br0(wl0)
20:09:41, 13 Feb.Lan IPv6 Neighbour Discovery events: NEIGHBOR_SOLICIT
20:09:41, 13 Feb.ARP [add] br0(wl0) 192.168.1.75 1c:1a:df:79:80:40
20:09:41, 13 Feb.Receive a DHCP request
20:09:40, 13 Feb.WHW INFO A station (SmartHub2)IF[5G](BC:30:D9:47:BD:D8):STA(1C:1A:DF:79:80:40)(Legacy Device) join WHW infrastructure
20:09:27, 13 Feb.DHCP device Disconnected: 192.168.1.75, 1c:1a:df:79:80:40, XBOX
20:09:26, 13 Feb.LAN [DEL] ARP 192.168.1.75 with 1c:1a:df:79:80:40 from br0
20:09:26, 13 Feb.5G Client disassociate from 1c:1a:df:79:80:40 (IP=192.168.1.75) RSSI=0, Rate=0Mbps
20:09:25, 13 Feb.WHW INFO A station STA(1C:1A:DF:79:80:40) leave WHW infrastructure
20:09:25, 13 Feb.ARP [del] br0 192.168.1.75 1c:1a:df:79:80:40

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