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I think this is a really wierd problem because I can't seem to find a solution for it when googling.
We have an actiontec mi424wr verizon rental. We have a Toshiba Satellite Laptop plugged directly into the router via ethernet cable. We have 3 sonos play 1 speakers and various cell phones and tablets using wireless.
When our laptop is off, in sleep mode, or in hibernate mode, our wireless connections cannot get internet. Oddly, the router still has a signal, and the wireless devices are connected, but no internet access. Can't get to a web page, use apps, etc.
I have factory reset the router. The problem went away for about two weeks, then it came back.
Adding insult to injury, I'm an IT professional and I can't figure this out. 😞
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Thank you for the response CRobGauth. In theory it's DHCP, but I will try to verify tonight. In other words, I never changed anything on the laptop. I haven't reserved the MAC or the IP or anything along those lines either. So I would expect it's DHCP. After the last factory reset, I just plugged the laptop into the LAN 1 and logged into the router. I DID change the ESSID and password. So the wireless devices do connect to the new ESSID name and the laptop shows it's connected to the default 7WJKL. Maybe that's where I'm screwing things up? But this was fine for years actually. Forgot to mention that, it's a fairly recent problem, less than 6 months.
Strangely, this problem seems to have gone away. I did make one change. I went into Network and Sharing Center --> Manage Wireless Networks and deleted and an old ESSID reference. It's odd that would make a difference though since I keep the wireless adapter disabled. The laptop is plugged in via ethernet cable, so there is no need to enable the wireless adapter. It's early yet, so I'm not going to claim victory. But for a couple of days now the laptop has been going into hibernate mode with no adverse effects on the wireless devices.