Feeling annoyed with frequent connection drops with your Belkin router?
Here is all that you have to do to have a smooth and active network all the time.
Place your desktop or mobile near the Belkin router to avoid network interference.
Belkin router has to be set up at an elevated position to avoid the obstacles and makes your signal to pass through your device.
Make sure that you place the wireless router away from the devices that send or receive the wireless signals. It may affect your Belkin’s router’s ability to transmit the signals to the connected device.
If the Belkin N150 Drops Connection problem persists, proceed with the steps below to change the Belkin router’s wireless channel.
Connect your computer to the Belkin router and open the default browser.
Enter the Belkin router’s IP address in the URL field to open the login portal.
Enter your login credentials in the required fields and click the Login button to access your Belkin router’s administrative interface.
Navigate to the left-side panel and click the Wireless tab.
Select the Channel and SSID submenu.
Next, go to the right-side window and click the Wireless Channel drop-down menu.
Select the wireless channels 1, 6, or 11, since they are considered as non-overlapping channels.
If necessary, change the Wi-Fi name in the Channel and SSID section.
After verifying the above settings, click the Apply Changes button to save the configured settings.
Carry out these troubleshooting steps if you have connected the device to the Belkin router using a wired setup:
First, check the cable connection between the Belkin router and the computer.
Visually examine the condition of the cable connecting the devices.
Make sure that you are using a standard Ethernet cable.
Unplug the cable from the Belkin router and also remove the Belkin router’s power adapter from the electrical outlet.
After a few minutes, reconnect the cables and reboot your router to fix the Belkin N150 Drops Connection issue.