I have recently upgraded from a Huewai 4G Wifi modem to a B525 router because my connection with the internet was dropping out up to 2 or 3 days a day and I was hoping that the new router would work better. I am using it with Windows 10 primarily for my Laptop computer. The router is faster than the 4G mode and it's display is far superior. However I am still loosing connection occasionly which is disappointing but what makes it worse is when the B525 router looses connection I have to go to the management page on my laptop and restart it to get the signal back. I choose to do that rather than restore it to it's factory settings. The older 4G modem would automatically restablish a connection when it dropped out. Can the B525 be set to automatically restablish a connection rather than me having to go through my current process?
In the B525, you can change the connection from 'on demand' to 'always on'.
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Thanks for your reply, much appreciated. This web page doesn't go well with Windows. I can't find the "always on" option on my web based management page which is my access to the B525 with my OS which is Windows10. It seems that all these new devices are designed more for phones and tablets these days, even this web page.