im wondering if anyone can help or advise on whats going on, every now and again, my Android ASUS ROG phone and my girlfriends Iphone 11 will be kicked off the wifi and whenever we go into the wifi to reconnect it will say one of 2 things, yet the signal strength is perfectly fine.
i have my Hub3 set to broadcast 2.4g and 5g seperately and have named the SSIDs differently to differentiate.
on my 2.4g signal on my ASUS it always says that it cannot connect as the connection is temporarily full (or words to that effect)
all my other devices connect to the 2.4g fine and not had any issues.
on the 5Ghz channel which both phones connect too fine will say something like:
Have you turned off all automatic optimisation, auto channel selection and "intelligent wifi" in the hub's settings?
If that doesn't work then you're probably in the situation of needing to consider putting the hub in modem mode and buying a proper router or mesh system. The router built into the hub is a very basic affair, designed for low cost, easy for VM to deploy and support, nothing else. They're certainly not intended for customers with specific connectivity needs and a desire to configure advanced options.
From the sound of it, a good standalone router may be best, rather than say a mesh system, because good value mesh systems generally offer less "tinkerability" than a router. Whilst I don't have experience of these units, in your shoes I'd be looking at something like an Asus RT-AX55 or RT-AX56U, for ninety to a hundred quid. May seem a lot, but add up the retail price of all that kit you've got, and then ask yourself why you're relying on the hub's pound shop router?
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