For months, my circle view cameras were disconnected at least every day, sometimes several times a day. They were practically useless. The cameras were all 40 feet from my router, so I was always very skeptical that it was a connectivity issue, as many people told me it was. I had an Asus AX88U router. The router worked perfectly with any other device, even with my Apple TV in my pool house, 100 meters away. I had to buy a new router for my office, I bought a Netgear Nighthawk AX11000. Since I had the new router, I thought I'd try something: I changed the existing ASUS router for the new Netgear router. It's been almost a week with the Nighthawk router in place and my cameras haven't disconnected once. There are still issues with HKSV that do not record or only partially record clips, but the cameras remain connected. I think there must be a problem between Logitech cameras and Asus routers.
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