Router problems Tags: Routers Phones Networking Last response: July 28, 2010 2:01 AM in Networking Share caluigra July 16, 2010 2:11:01 AM I have a Linksys Cisco Router Model WRT160N model. It's connected to a DSL phone line. I noticed that when using a laptop connected via WiFi, the connection gets cut when the phone is used. Is this a problem with the router or the phone? More about : router problems | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Anonymous July 16, 2010 2:25:52 AM If it's a cordless phone, move the base station well away from the router. If regular phone check that filters are in place. | Report abuse caluigra July 28, 2010 2:01:11 AM Quote:If it's a cordless phone, move the base station well away from the router. If regular phone check that filters are in place. I tried it but there is no effect. I still lose the connection every time I pick up the phone. Thanks for your advice. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Networking>Router problems> Related ressources: ForumD-Link Wireless Router Networking Problems ForumHelp please! Router /switch problems ForumRouter problems . Can connect to net. Cant ping router . ect............ ForumRouter connection problems ForumCisco 881 router problems ForumBuffalo WHR-HP-GN Airstation N150 Wireless Router - Problems ! ForumNetgear wireless router problems windows 7 ForumWireless problems , couldn't be router ForumRoadRunner/ Router Problems ForumProblems with linksys router ForumSignal strength problems , is it my router or my adapter? ForumXbox 360 and router problems ForumWindows 7 and linksys router problems webpages ForumInternet/ Router or Computer Problem ? ForumRouter Problems ForumProblems with cisco linksys ea4500 router and xp operating system 6 ForumBunch of router problems ForumPulling DHCP from Cable Modem instead of wireless router Forum[Solved] Router causing problems to ISP ForumLinksy router problems More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !