My initial router connection is problematic. My connection is a cable connection via a Cisco EPC 3925 router, using a wireless connection.
The problems are that when I switch everything on, I have the yellow exclamation sign over my WiFi symbol on my taskbar, and it sometimes requires that I turn the router off and on to get a connection. Sometimes I only have to wait, but it seems to be a longer time than previously.
Could this be a problem with my router and how do I check? Trouble shoot doesn't give much information: it only seems to tell me what I already know.
If it is a router problem, I'll buy a new one, but I'd like to know what to get. I am running one computer to the router, so what is enough, and how many MBits/s do I need? Would 450 be okay? My activity is a normal household user.
Edited by britechguy, 20 November 2017 - 01:38 PM.
Moved to Networking. Even though a router is external hardware, this is a networking issue.