Why My Linksys Velop Keeps Disconnecting?

I have a Linksys Velop whole home mesh WiFi system in my home which has worked very well ever since I got its installation done using Linksys Velop login. But it started giving me trouble recently. It keeps on disconnecting every now and then. What could be the possible reason for the problem that I am facing right now?

Are you also stuck with the same problem? Does your Linksys Velop keeps disconnecting this way? If yes, then we can help you in getting rid of this problem. We have jotted down some best solutions to a similar issue. These hacks have been helpful in resolving similar problems in the past.

How to Fix Linksys Velop That Keeps Disconnecting?

1.    Perform a Reboot

You should often reboot your Linksys Velop to give it some rest so that it keeps performing well. Apart from this, rebooting also fixes minor issues with it. So, now as well, reboot your Linksys Velop right away. Power off the nodes and remove their power cables from the respective wall sockets. Let the devices sit idle for some time, say for 5 minutes.  After that, connect the power cables and by toggling the power buttons switch on the Linksys Velop nodes. Are you still getting poor internet signals from your Linksys devices? Try the next hack if the issue persists.

2.    Fix the Internet Connection

One cause why you may be facing poor WiFi connection from your Linksys Velop node is that the node itself is not getting proper internet signals. You should thus check the connectivity between the devices. See to it that the primary node is securely connected to the main gateway or the modem. Also, the other node should be properly connected to the primary node if you are getting the same issue with all the Linksys Velop nodes.

In case the devices are connected properly and the issue still is the same then, you should try contacting your ISP to know if there is an internet issue from his end due to which you can’t get connected to the internet.

3.    Examine Power Connection

Just now you examined the internet connection. Now, we suggest you check the power connection to the Linksys Velop. There could be a faulty power socket that might be the reason behind a poor power supply to the primary node which is why it is stuck in the reboot loop. If this is the case, then you will keep on disconnecting from the WiFi signals. We hence, suggest you verify the power connection to the Velop node. If there’s any modification that needs to be done, then do it right away.

4.    Update the Firmware

If you can log in to your Linksys Velop then you should go ahead and check for firmware updates. If you haven’t updated your device for a long time then this could be the reason why you keep on disconnecting from its signals. But to update the firmware on your Linksys device, you must use a PC that is connected to its network.

Thus, if you can reach the settings of the Linksys device, then go ahead, and use myrouter.local URL to log in to your Velop and get its firmware updated to the most recent version. You should be able to get proper and stable signals from your Linksys devices now.

5.    Reset the Velop System

If you are not able to log in to your Linksys Velop or due to some other reasons the firmware is not getting updated,then reset your Velop system to the factory values. This will help in removing all the customized settings from the router and other nodes. FYI, you do not have to reset all the nodes if the issue is with only one Velop node and not all. In case all nodes are giving you trouble then reset the primary node first and then see if this fixes the problem.


Wrapping Things Up

Depending upon the situation you may need to reset the primary node or all other nodes as well. Once you are done resetting, complete the setup process once again from the very beginning. We are very much sure that once you have given a fresh start to your Linksys devices, you will no longer face any problems with your internet connection.