Wireless router

Brazil
May 15, 2007 9:14am CST
I'm using a Wireless Router from D-Link, but always when i'm using emule it lose the connection and i have to plug it off and put the energy out and reasemble the cables to get the connection back, is there any way to prevent this, it happens only with the D-link or the others as well?
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@youless (91154)
• Guangzhou, China
15 May 07
I also use D-Link wireless router, and I also like to download stuff from emule. What a coincidence! However, I haven't experienced your case. Maybe you try to slow down the downloading speed of emule to see whether it can work?
• Brazil
15 May 07
I've tryied both ideas, but none helped me. i'm trying everything else to make it work but it always need a boot. thanks for the comment.
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@pminari (40)
• Brazil
15 May 07
Hi, have you looked your firewall? It never happen to me, but i sound like you need to configure your firewall; or in you router configurations you maybe change the channel and also you port isn't configured. Thanks
• Brazil
15 May 07
thank you for the explanation, i'll try that.
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@PsychoDude (2018)
• Netherlands
15 May 07
Try putting the amount of connections emule uses to something lower, every router has its limits. Most home routers can't handle over 100~150 connections at once, doing more will make it run stuck after a while requiring it to be reset. It's a problem which affects all routers, if you want to use p2p networks a lot you might want to look into the amount of connections the router can handle up first because of that.
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• Brazil
15 May 07
Thanks buddy, i'll try to do that.
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