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  Reply # 1103968 7-Aug-2014 12:09
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Aunt is reporting same issues to me with same router on VDSL. iPad running latest OS constantly dropping the connection, and a Nintendo 3DS not connecting to multiplayer matches.

I'll try update firmware, otherwise looking like passing wifi duties onto another router.





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  Reply # 1112399 20-Aug-2014 20:56
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Just as a future reference to others coming along with this problem, as per this thread a fix was suggested:

gedf:
I had the same problem and solved it by turning off the Auto_Login slider on the HG630 wifi connection in each of my ios devices.







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  Reply # 1112682 21-Aug-2014 10:49
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Darquel: Just as a future reference to others coming along with this problem, as per this thread a fix was suggested:

gedf:
I had the same problem and solved it by turning off the Auto_Login slider on the HG630 wifi connection in each of my ios devices.








I did that some time ago too, for me it basically got rid of the Modem's welcome page, the problem still persisted.

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  Reply # 1118864 31-Aug-2014 10:53
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Hey there, same modem here and same issues.  We have an iPhone 4S and an iPad 3 on the network and get periodic WiFi drops.  I have an LG Nexus 4 which also drops now and then but i'm wondering if it's caused by the apple devices as it doesn't happen as often for me.

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  Reply # 1118867 31-Aug-2014 10:58
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apple devices sometimes dont play nice with non apple wifi devices. The newer ones are not wifi certified. could try using an airport express to deliver the wifi?

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