My laptop is regularly disconnecting from my home Wifi. More or less twice an hour. After having disconnected, it immediatly connects again.
I noticed this because of brief losses of access to the Web. I can monitor these disconnections in the Microsoft Windows event viewer, who shows this by recording events 8003 and 10001, and immediatly afterwards events 8001 and 10000.
I have got exactly the same disconnecting/reconnecting issue with another computer on the same home Wifi.
When I’m connecting my computers to my home router by cable (Ethernet) I haven’t got any issue.
I have tried to connect the laptop to the other computer, using the other computer as access point (himself conneted by cable) : the same disconnecting/reconnecting issue occurs with the laptop.
I tried to connect the laptop on another Wifi, in another building, and it works perfectly
The internet provider already changed the router and monitored to see if there was a problem : nothing was found.
As the problem occurs with both computers only on my home Wifi, I would think there is a problem with my router. But as there is no problem by cable and as the problem occurs even with the laptop connected to the other computer as access point, I would say it doesn’t come from the router.
If the problem was occuring only with one computer, I would think it’s the adapter or the driver. But on both computers at the same time (with different adapters) it would be an incredible coincidence.
What do you think ?
My laptop is a Sony VAIO. The network adapter is Intel Centrino Advanced N-6235. Driver version is 18.104.22.168. Running is Microsoft Windows 10 Professionnal 64 bits (10.0.19041 Build 19041)
The other computer is a self build one. The network adapter is TP-Link AC1300 Archer T6E V1.1. Running is Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64 bits (19041.508).
Thanks for your help.
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