Hello, I currently have a Linksys EA8500 wireless router which was purchased in April 2016. The last month or so, randomly all of my wireless deivces will lose internet connectivity. They appear to be connected to the router still, but no internet. The wired devices on the router work just fine. A reboot of the router solves the issue for a few days, and then it starts all over again. I don't know of anything new going on in this time. No changes to the router or the setting it's in. A few new devices (PS4 Pro, Xbox One X, new TV and new receiver), but nothing crazy. All were just replacing old devices that were already on the network. Is there something on the router I should look at? I hate to think my $250 router that's less than 2 years old is going bad. I did a chat with Linksys, and they basically told me to pay them for help or to shove it. I'm not an idiot, but I'm not awesome with network either. I live in a 1600 sq. ft. townhouse. I don't need huge coverage, but speed is rather important. I do game a little bit online, but most of the network activity is streaming 4k video via Netflix. Up to 2 streams at once in the house, or one stream and gaming. Lots of downloads (games mostly). There is no wired networking done, so everything is wireless except for my main desktop and my server which are wired, in the same room as the router. There is a lot of interference around me. I'm in and end unit next to an open field, however I have units behind me and on the other side of me, and across the street. There are probably up to 15 networks I can catch around me with my phone. I can't really select any channel to avoid interference, so I just left it on auto. Any thoughts? Do I really need a new router at this point? I'm hoping I can just check a few settings on mine and make a difference.