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Router Drops Device after a couple of hours


Router Drops Device after a couple of hours



I have a wifi device(CyberQ) that easily connects to the Motorola NVG589, the problem is that after about 2-6 hours, the device disconnects. 


When I go into the NVG589 and go to the Device List, it states that the device is OFF.  Although I can see the CyberQ is still transmitting.  The only way to get it back on line, is to reset the CyberQ.


I have had this device connected to other routers in the past with no problems.  I also setup a secondary wireless network using a Linksys WRT54G, and I do not have the problem.  


I also have a motorola nvg510 at another location, and it too kicks off the CyberQ in about 2-3 hours.


Is there something I am missing?



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