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Belkin routers keeps updating dns

The switch to the new channel will in fact disconnect all the wireless connections and is up to the connected devices to reconnect on the new channel.

I really couldn’t figure out why it was happening and whether there was a logic or not behind the problem.

The only thing that seemed to be solving it, at least for some time, was a reboot of the router.

when i checked this with wi-fi connection, the ping times vary, and go as much as 4000 ms. You might need to be a little more specific on the model of the router as it appears that Belkin has a couple of routers that they put the N150 number on.

they would be normal for a while, and then suddenly a string of large ping times would appear. (after this i checked reviews about N150 at some site, and found a few people had complained/reported a similar problem of dropping connection) i hope someone can help me here. biren You might want to see if there is a new firmware update for the router.

"DNS queries originating from the Belkin N600, such as those to resolve the names of firmware update and NTP servers, use predictable TXIDs that start at 0x0002 and increase incrementally.

An attacker with the ability to spoof DNS responses can cause the router to contact incorrect or malicious hosts under the attacker's control.

The router would then remain in a kind of transition state.

Rebooting the router would solve the problem because a fresh new connection was re-established with all devices… The i Pad seems to be more resilient to the channel switch though.

You might need to be a little more specific on the model of the router as it appears that Belkin has a couple of routers that they put the N150 number on.

Recently I had been experiencing some issues with my Belkin N1 wireless router, with frequent but random disconnections, especially while using my Mac Book Pro and my i Pad at the same time.

Here is why: when set to Auto, the router will automatically, but suddenly, change channel if it detects too much noise on the current one that is being used.