05-03-2010 02:26 PM
i too am noticing intermittent slow downs i am also running a sb6120 with a cat6 monster cable to separate them with cat 5e 550 to various computers from the e3000 and the internet sometimes will take forever to load its really odd. It says connected at 1gigabit. I have tried cleaning all files, there is no malware. This is occurring on several well working and tuned computers I have a comptiA+ and keep computers. I am not sure why this is happening. The wireless slows too. Connections never drop. When I repair connection through xp the connections speed back up to instantaneous but don't last long what is the ?
05-03-2010 07:21 PM
Ditto... I typically get 48-50 mb down, and about 4 up, but after a few hours, I slow to a fixed 5 mb down/ 2 up... reboot the router, and bingo... speed comes back.
05-04-2010 01:53 PM
I've called Cisco and they had no idea what is wrong. I will call them back after I get back from this month long trip. Suggest others having problems to call Cisco and have the issue documented. Changing the MTU value is worth a try, I will attempt when I get home.
05-04-2010 05:38 PM
Sad, because the feature set is great and the 610n was rock solid. Luckily a reboot takes care of restoring speed, but it's a pain to have to do that every day...
05-11-2010 07:58 AM
Yes but Lynksys wants you to reboor your router every day because they obviously do not have an answer for this problem. See the thread from Mesonto for a better way of refreshing your router without physically turning it off and on.
05-11-2010 08:02 AM
Like the release and renew option, the E3000 has a "reboot" button on the first page of the firmware, and is fewer keystrokes/clicks.
I'm actually going to use one of my extra X10 modules to have my computer cycle the router in the middle of the night every night.
05-11-2010 08:28 AM
Sad, but true... also, since they already have the "REBOOT" button now in the interface, if they could just add a feature to "reboot @ x:xx AM/PM" that would be nice.