[Wireless] Cisco Linksys E2500 random disconnections
I have a Cisco E2500 Dual-band Wireless N router in my house and we use that to share our high-speed internet cable connection through Rogers (a cable company in Canada). The Rogers modem is a Cisco DPC3825 - I converted that device from being a router/modem combo into a "modem-only" operation (technically known as "Bridge mode").
Most recently, I've been experiencing some random disconnections with my wireless router. Every time I tried to go into a certain website for a certain amount of time along with watching streaming video online - my connection suddenly dropped - until it comes to a point that it has to reboot itself and then it does a reconnection. This could happen when the computer is one for about 2.5 to 3 hours of the time. I didn't notice it until I tried to access a random website and so fourth.
I have three laptops and two desktops in my house. One of them is hardwired on one room on the second (2nd) floor (where the cable modem and the wireless router is located), the other is equipped with a wireless-N PCI card (the model of that wireless card is WMP600N) - that desktop is located downstairs in my basement.
I was wondering - could my wireless router be defective or is there something in between? If I bought a very crappy router, which particular router would you suggest?