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So I am running a Raspberry Pi using my plusnet wifi, every so often the router seems to disconnect it.
I am running wifi intensive applications that are running for hours on end, this is what I thought it was, kind of like the router trying to load balance.
@ThatDevAaron Plusnet are not 'disconnecting your devices' - if you have anything that needs a constant connection to the web, it should be connected by ethernet cable to the router.
Wireless connectivity is entirely your responsibility - Plusnets (or any ISPs) responsibility is to get the signal as far as your modem/router and no further.
How many wireless devices are you trying to use at once, and what modem/router are you using?