LTE Home With ASK-NCQ1338FA Frequent Drops
edstewbob1
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My LTE home WAN connection drops at least once per day. I use it as a backup WAN with auto failover so the impact is negligible but it is not normal. I see other people on 5G experiencing the same thing with no fix in sight. I also can't update the firmware due to error that lots of others also get. There is no way I could rely on this as the only Internet connection to my home. Typically drops are only for a couple of minutes but they have been occasionally several hours. The only reason I know it is happening is by getting a notification from my Firewalla router where I have setup multiple WAN support.

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Re: LTE Home With ASK-NCQ1338FA Frequent Drops
Fred212121
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I had the old 1600 series router with gigabit connection 

i used to have optimum,so years ago I had ran a cat6 wire from optimum router to another router at far end of house as wifi is spotty there

when I got Verizon I never  bothered with an extender as I already had ran wire,,

i never had any major outages other than weather related 

a month ago I had verizon add another tv and when tech was there 

he told I should upgrade to cube router.After he left e very day after the Internet would drop one or twice a day  

tech came back multiple times

changed line from house to ont

ont to new router

still had same issue

i search google I found somebody who had same issue because the second router was set as a router not an access point 

which caused a malfunction in cube router and it would reboot

i am not a pc guy but I do now electronics and this seemed plausible

havent had any drops since

hope it helps for you

i had Verizon back

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Re: LTE Home With ASK-NCQ1338FA Frequent Drops
Fred212121
Enthusiast - Level 1

I had the old 1600 series router with gigabit connection 

i used to have optimum,so years ago I had ran a cat6 wire from optimum router to another router at far end of house as wifi is spotty there

when I got Verizon I never  bothered with an extender as I already had ran wire,,

i never had any major outages other than weather related 

a month ago I had verizon add another tv and when tech was there 

he told I should upgrade to cube router.After he left e very day after the Internet would drop one or twice a day  

tech came back multiple times

changed line from house to ont

ont to new router

still had same issue

i search google I found somebody who had same issue because the second router was set as a router not an access point 

which caused a malfunction in cube router and it would reboot

i am not a pc guy but I do now electronics and this seemed plausible

havent had any drops since

hope it helps for you

i had Verizon back