Frontier Router Problems

Frontier router problems

Few of the common problems that you could encounter on your Frontier router are slow internet, wireless signal disconnection, and connection failure. The basic troubleshooting steps to resolve the Frontier router problems are given on this page.

Step 1 - Reconnecting the interface cable

  • Remove the power cord from the Frontier router and the power source.
  • After an interval of thirty seconds, connect the power cord between them again.
  • Turn on the router and check if the issue has been solved.

Step 2 - Frontier router placement

  • Place the router and your modem in a central area.
  • Any obstacles like cordless phones or microwaves need to be placed far away from the router.
  • This will avoid signal interference.

Step 3 - Factory reset

  • Restoring the router to the default settings would resolve Frontier router problems.
  • To do so, locate the Reset button at the rear panel of the router.
  • Press this button and hold it for approximately ten seconds.
  • Note: You can use a pen or paper clip to press the Reset button.
  • Once the router is reset, configure the router again.

Step 4 - Firmware update

  • It is mandatory to update the firmware of the router to the most recent version.
  • To update the firmware, enter the router’s default IP address in the address bar of your web browser.
  • Use the router’s default username and password to access its web-based setup page.
  • Click the Advanced tab and then select the Firmware option on the left panel.
  • Click the Upgrade from Internet button on the main panel.
  • If prompted, select the Yes option to confirm.
  • This will upgrade the Frontier router’s firmware to the latest version automatically.
  • If the need arises, click the Call button available on this page to get technical assistance from our support members in resolving the Frontier router problems.