Having made several calls to the helpline I'm still having trouble with Apple devices connecting to our Superhub 2. It will work fine for a while then the connection drops and looking at what SSID's are visible we have two 2.4GHz networks with one reporting "Weak security" and defaulting to WEP rather than the WPA2(AES) configured on the hub.
Rebooting the hub fixes it for a while but obviously isn't ideal. Other wifi and wired devices work fine it just affects Apple devices which are all fully patched (12.1.2)
The call centre told me they'd sorted out a "technical glitch" on my router that would fix the issue, it didn't, then a subsequent call suggested having a cordless phone was the issue but the issue remains.
I've seen some posts on here saying I need a new router, but on the phone they said this wasn't the case and there were no known issues. Any ideas?
I have the SH2 but it is in modem mode with my own wifi router. But several of the very qualified experts on here have commented to me in the past that the SH2 is well known (maybe not by CS staff though) to develop a WPS password glitch where it spontaneously reverts back to WEP. Only solution (recommended!) is to keep it and put it in modem mode with your own wifi router. Or get it swapped for the Hub3. If you wait on here for a week or so a VM staff member should pick this up and offer to swap it for you.
-------------------- Services: HD TV on VIP (+ Sky Sports & Movies & BT sport), x3 V6 boxes (1 wired 2 WiFi,) SH2 in modem mode with Airport Extreme Router. On VIVID200, Talk Anytime Phone, x2 Mobile SIM only iPhones.