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Since receiving hub4 WiFi has been intermittent. No smart tv apps work. Nest connects & disconnects, same with ring & children’s laptop for school work is a nightmare 

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Split the Wifi bands and put them in less congested channels.

Run wired connections where you can as well rather than Wifi. 


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Have done all of these things, no change. 

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So does that mean that when you put devices onto ethernet cable connections they drop out at the same time as wifi connected ones?

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Re: Hub4

Not all but smart tv, pc & cctv. Only phones on WiFi. Have tried changing onto a less busy channel. I think the problem is the modem

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