depends on how old the house is if its bricks and your router is low you will not get alot of wifi if you put the router higher in the middle of the house you maybe get better wifi signal on the bottom floor of the house and no t3 time-out is not to your wifi signal.
you can get poe switches around the house and use a Ubiquiti Networks UAP-AC-LITE WLAN space them out and you can link them all togather to use same wifi user and passwords and just switch off wifi on the router this is ideal on big house's 3 bedroom or 4 bedrooms.
use cat 7 outside wire with sockets to have wired internet upstairs you can use 2 networks switches togather on same floor just make sure they are (POE) so you can power the network via the internet don't need plugs near them they can be costly to get better wifi as long you set them up right frist go and copy the settings on them all it will jump to the near wifi set up this is ideal in brick up walls inside the router wifi is not strong siganls they go in umbrella set up the wifi goes down alot of people do not know this i have 100% signal within 10ft of the router thats with the router near the top end of the wall on each side of the wall
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Thank you for making a post regarding the issues reported on your network log.
Are you able to post the full network logs as a response on here so we can see what errors are occuring?
Regarding your WiFi coverage around the house, I've taken a look at your account and can see that a device is located too close to the Hub. This could be affecting the overall performance of your WiFi. Are you able to move the device closest to your Hub slightly further away and let me know if that improves things.
As you have a Hub 3, have you downloaded our Connect App virg.in/connectapp to scan for black spots in your home and order an Intelligent WiFi Pod to improve signal?
The BQM all looks good apart from ~01.30-03.30 - did you have it switched off then? Or perhaps VM were doing some network changes at that time - its their "favourite" time to do it.
What do the Logs say for that period?
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