1. Boost Your Router’s Signal with a Bit of Hacking
2. Get Rid of Interference from Other Appliances
3. Control Bandwidth-Hogging Applications
4. Increase Your Wi-Fi Range with DIY Tricks
5. Set Your Router to Reboot on a Schedule
If you’re one of the many folks that has to reboot their router every so often so it doesn’t drop out, there is a solution. You can run a few tests to make sure the problem isn’t caused by heat, old firmware, or excess downloading, but an easy way to solve the problem is just automatically reboot it once a day or so. You can do this with DD-WRT or just a regular old outlet timer. When you’re done, you shouldn’t have to reboot your router so often (which is great if your router’s all the way up in the attic).