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ActionTec router reboots on it's own?

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Re: ActionTec router reboots on it's own?

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At a minimum make sure that you have Igmp proxy turned off.  Fixes several problems and possibly also that one with 27 pages of complaints.  At least some have reported it helps eliminate reboots.

 

use jump after logging on to the router.

http://192.168.1.1/index.cgi?active_page=6059

 

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Re: ActionTec router reboots on it's own?

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saw your ques today.  no, never resolved.  my problem stopped when my employer totally revamped remote access methods.  good luck.

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