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I would recommend a RJ-45 WAN port router and putting the modem into bridge mode.
The RJ-45 WAN port router can either be hardware based (for example the Linksys E4200) or software based. While out of date (one or more is End of Life), for software based routers I point to https://www.dslreports.com/shownews/118897
Are you still getting static or other noise on your landline? Noises like that on the line point to a problem existing somewhere between you and the Central Office, and must be fixed before DSL service will improve.
Bridging is easy. You just need another router to do the routing and wireless work, since the D-Link will turn into only a modem.
If you're going 5+ days strong and the D-Link isn't being a problem, you can leave it alone.
I use the D-Link 2750b router on my home telephone line. I have had intermittent loss of wifi signal, and have had to reset the router numerous times. They had previously replaced my original Westell router (WEP) for similar problems. After along call to the VERIZON help line, and numerous line tests, they claimed to have solved a static problem. However, I still had a technician dispatched, who did not find any interference, but separated my copper telephone line from the router, to create a dedicated router line and reduce the possibility of future static interference. I live in a condominium development that has a historicaly poor and unstable telephone infrastructure.The tech stated that the DSL2750b was good enough for the sppeds that I get. The work was performed on 3/23/17. I have yet to determine the effectiveness of the modification. You may want to try the line separation solution. if you are on copper wire, it could be a simple change. My telephone line problems have always been external to my house (20 years). Hope this helps.