I have got an Huawei HG8245 wireless router with 40 Mbps optical connection, and as we are in the same room as of the wireless router itself, we are connected through wifi. The issue is that when I ping to the IP address given to the router, i.e., the Default gateway, there is an intermittent connectivity issue once the packets are received and thrice the Ping response is "Request timed out" and same cycle goes on....unless i reboot the router. Every two to three days I have found that the router reboots itself.
I cannot let that go on as the telecommunication of my office is also through that very same Huawei router. I had the config file downloaded when I had previously done the configuration. I again uploaded it and rebooted the router, after which the pings were being responded or acknowledged but like after 5 to 10 minutes again its the same issue. At times the connection automatically gets back to normal and again it goes the same as described above. I don't think it's a wifi issue as wifi is only being disconnected when the router is rebooting itself or the router is rebooted manually. Honestly, I think the issue with the routing protocol deployed on the router by the service provider, Cox. It's not that all the system experiences this issue all at once... when my colleague experiences it, I do not and vice versa where as we are all connected wirelessly and we are all in the same DHCP pool.
Any assistance would be really appreciated in this regard.