Boulderguy wrote: 
> Happens using any router & any signal strength (all are good & well over
> 50% signal on a very fast home network).

If you need to reboot your router you should know the point of the
issue....

A router / all in one device doesnt need to reboot unless there is a
realy bad setup involved.
eg to less ram for the routing table, to much noise in the wlan to list
just two of the many reasons a router only could route again after a
reboot.


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