Nothing I'm spotting, other than that downstream power is all very high. Nominally it is within the rough guideline of "no more than +10 dBmV", but it might be enough to cause problems, because DOCSIS (the protocol to transmit internet connections over a coaxial connection) is a very strange beast. The very nature of Network log means that it is full of complicated sounding and worrying errors, but I'm not spotting anything obviously sinister in yours.
Suggest you set up a Broadband Quality Monitor, leave it to accumulate data for 24 hours, and then post a ling to shared live graph back here.
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Sorry to see you've been having issues with your connection and have been experiencing drop outs.
I can see that there are are a few downstream channels that are currently out of spec. I can also see that the hub is has currently been up for 12 days, are you able to reboot the equipment, or possibly even perform a pin hole reset on the equipment and set up a BQM to monitor over the next 48 hours?
I'd like to see if this can resolve this issue for you, before we consider booking out an engineer for you