How to determine the cause of the breakage?

Hello, there is a server with installed Windows Server 2012 RC, periodically with different intervals (5 sec - 10 min) with it losing connection, and breakage occurs in different aspects, including RDP, upload on server, the jump server. Other devices in the local network do not have this problem. The server is connected via Wi-Fi.
How to find out the cause of a cliff (OS, hardware, software)? Can write logs or is there a utility which would have shown these gaps and their causes?
April 7th 20 at 15:34
4 answers
April 7th 20 at 15:40
. The server is connected via Wi-Fi

No way. Because breakage is possible where there is wire. Where wire no - no and breaks (or we can say - there is a constant eternal cliff :) ). WiFi - to experience, to client devices. On it there is no guarantee of stable work.
April 7th 20 at 15:36
The server is connected via Wi-Fi.

himself angry woodpecker
For a start power of signals at the (geographical) server connection, maybe he's trying between different AP poking... - jackson.Friesen25 commented on April 7th 20 at 15:48
The home server, other devices are also Wi-Fi, at them such problem is not seen.

PS Humor is appreciated) - Fritz.Collins commented on April 7th 20 at 15:39
@Rodger, server logs or network status it is at this time that shows?
other devices with conflicting IP does not appear? - kelsie_Kuvalis24 commented on April 7th 20 at 15:42
In the event Viewer anything suspicious is not present, where else can you see? - Fritz.Collins commented on April 7th 20 at 15:45
April 7th 20 at 15:38
The server is connected via Wi-Fi.

As already rightly mentioned above - SSZB. Plug the cord temporarily and see if anything change. Or at least enable 802.11 w from the script-kiddis.
April 7th 20 at 15:42
How to find out the cause of a cliff (OS, hardware, software)?
- select the partition and put Windows Pro/Linux, or boot a live Linux
- set the balls to drive traffic as client or server
Windows Server 2012 RC
the release candidate ?!!! 2012 ?!!! in the furnace!
or is there a utility which would have shown
is. Google knows. stack requests from the words Wi-Fi traffic analysis

ps stability of the WiFi traffic depends on the relative position of the router and the device. can interfere with load-bearing walls, appliances like fridges or any other large pieces of metal, and the door to the neighbor's router next door.
you can examine the quality of the coverage signal of premises from your mobile device on Android. the soft sea. information on optimizing Wi-Fi too
pps if "server" in a solid metal enclosure, but as a WiFi device budget yusbi whistle, but still tight staring at the angle of the bearing walls, and from the router closed the case of the PC - this can be enough. solution cable. you're not piddling around with a "server" in the apartment

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