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It sounds like your router may be giving out on you, or may need resetting. If you still have your manual, there should be some instructions as to how to do this, normally it involves inserting a small object (such as the end of a paper clip) into the Reset area & pressing for 30 seconds, it's a small button.
Prior to this, any connected computers must be removed from it. If you don't have your manual, and can't find this yourself, we can help. Please provide Make & Model of router (such as Linksys WRT-160N), and we'll do our best to assist. There will be some things you'll need to do afterwards, such as resetting wireless password(s), disabling remote administration & a few other settings.
However, before we do all of this, here's a trick that has helped many & may for you also. Simply unplug the power cord from the back of the router & let it stand for a minute, then replug in. It'll take a minute for all to come back up, but if the router is healthy, all will be fine. This happens to be the first troubleshooting step you'll go through if calling for assistance, so I suggest to try this first.
Hope this is helpful, please let us know if we can further assist.
Edited by cat1092, 02 February 2015 - 02:53 AM.