Well, three things that come to mind are that 1), you change your internet access password a lot. Any time you change that password, you have to go to the router's setup page and make sure the new password is entered there, too. Or 2), there's a problem with your modem. If you have an old, malfunctioning or outdated modem, the router will not be able to hold on to its connection. Plus, if you change your password, the modem settings also need to be modified and the new password entered. 3), you have something in your house that generates interference with the router signal. Beyond these three things, I can't help much. Call tech support at Linksys, by all means. They have been helpful to me.
I had no idea what that was so i looked it up online and yes it is. It also says that it has limited signal range but if you want better you can get the next step up in models and it has weak speeds for father locations. Depending on your home as well, this works for single floor homes others will work for more floors but more expensive.
Hello Dodd M ! I'm not expert at this so, please excuse. The box reads Broad compatibility: smartphones, PC or Mac and Laptops, Wireless printers, Game consoles, Tablets, E-Readers, Blu-Ray players, Smart TV's and Wireless cameras.
I hope this helps you.