Thanks! Since I have given the Time Capsule a fixed IP address my ethernet connections have been rock solid. I have not required to reboot the modem since the change. I can't get around the wireless network issues/conflicts if I set up the Time Capsule and the Archer modem with identical names. Even when I tried using different bandwidths for Time Capsule and the modem.
My current setup is 2 differently named wireless networks with the Time Capsule in bridge mode and with a fixed IP address. This seems to be working fine at this stage.
Have a few customers with TP-Link Archer VR1600v.
After a period Modem fails to issue iP addresses - DHCP failure.
Pseudo PSTN stops working.
TP-Link say it is TPG's problem.
Power cycle returns modem functionallity. Could attached timer to cause power cycle Daily but this seems unnessessary as I have already set each modem to reboot every 3 days.
Is there a firmware upgrade?
Is there a firmware upgrade? Some Tp-Link Vr1600 Modems don't have a firmware upgrade option under System Tools.
In all the Tp-Link TPG supplied modems I am dealing with that have this problem there are no DHCP server conficts.