|When this occurs my wired machines still work fine. Any suggestions?|
This tells me the issue is either the wireless network (WLAN) or it's the wireless interface on your computer. Does this happen to all wireless clients at the same time, or just one? If just one, troubleshoot the wireless network interface on that unit.
If it affects all wireless clients on your network I would suggest the next time this happens, recycle the power on your router. Unplug it, wait 10 seconds, then plug it back in again. If this seems to fix the issue, wait a while (days if necessary), if the problem doesn't repeat, then all you needed to do was recycle the power.
If the problem repeats you will want to next check to ensure you have the most recent firmware installed on your router. If you don't, download and install it. If that doesn't fix the issue, you may have to reset the router to factory defaults (as per the manual) and reconfigure it. If this doesn't fix the issue, you may need to replace the router.
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