One thought. I have AT&T and they like to set up the WiFi so the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands have the same SSID. Check that. If so , change it so the bands have different SSID’s
That is what support told me on a similar problem.
It’s weird because it’ll work SOMETIMES. Like yesterday, I just let it be and it was on all night and day! Now, it’s off and probably will be off all night. Next thing I’ll do is swap the locations of a working camera with this malfunctioning paperweight camera, and see if it’s something with the location or camera itself.
ASUS router by any chance? I know you’ve said that just one cam is misbehaving, but if so it wouldn’t hurt to reference the following post. After disabling this setting on my ASUS RT-AC68U, all 6 of my cams began connecting much more reliably. My $0.02 …
I have something weird in my house that you may want to think about. I have an window that is 20 feet from the router where the camera will not work. Keeps losing connection. I have worked with WYZE support, done RouteThisHelps reports, but nothing. I just can’t have the camera there. I had to move it a couple of feet. Not sure this helps but just a thought
It’s now working 24/7 after I kicked a bunch of devices off the network. I guess the network was too congested? After my ex moved out (he just stayed inside playing video games and watching videos all day so he was using up so much network data), it’s working!
Just in case anyone else was looking through here, I just had an issue with one of my v2 cams dropping signal about every 15-20 seconds for about 3-4 seconds. Turns out it was because I was using a longer 3rd party power cable that I got from Amazon. When I switched back to the one that came with the camera, the dropped signal stopped happening. Hope that helps someone since it has been driving me crazy for days.
I kinda had the same issue, it was fine at first after adding the V3. I have 3 - V2’s and then today they are continually not connecting. I disconnected all the V2’s and let the V3 run by itself for a while and I just connected back one of the V2 cams and will slowly add the rest back. Will let you know the results.
ASUS router by any chance? I know you’ve said that just one cam is misbehaving, but if so it wouldn’t hurt to reference the following post. After disabling this setting on my ASUS RT-1900, all 3 of my cams began connecting much more reliably. My $0.02 …