Some users frequently drop the line when using Wi Fi network, which makes them feel very annoyed. So how to solve this problem? Today, solutions are provided for these users. Users in need, come and have a look.
The solutions are as follows:
Open “network” in preferences. If you haven’t changed it before, you will see that the column of “location” is “automatic”.
I don’t understand the principle, but it is this “automatic” location that causes my WiFi to drop frequently, so I want to add another “location”. Select the edit location and add a custom location with any name. The name I use here is “home office”:
After adding the location, click “advanced…” in the lower right corner, and then click “DHCP renewal” in the “TCP / IP” column. Don’t set anything else, and finally apply our settings.
So my disconnection problem is solved.
If you still have the problem of disconnection, change the wireless channel to 6 or 9 in the router.
This is Xiaobian’s conclusion after trying with his own computer. Of course, it does not rule out that some users frequently drop the line when using the Wi Fi network because there is a problem with their Mac.