Since joining in January, my wifi and connection has been pretty hopelessly intermittant. Ive tried loads of stuff like seperating the 2.4 and 5 GHz, moving closer to the router etc etc.
The problem is the connection seems to cut out completely, dead, not just loss of 'bars', but completely dead. It then comes back about 30s later as if by magic, and normally not time for me to see what the light on the router is doing.
Ive read a few posts where people show their network logs, is this something worth doing and if so, what should I be posting?
Can you post your Hub status and logs? Someone should be spot if there is a problem Navigate to http://192.168.0.1 (or http://192.168.100.1 - if in modem mode) Don't log in! Click on 'router status' Copy/paste the data from each of the tabs. The forum software will remove the MAC addresses for you (you may need to click the 'post' button again).
Also, set up a 'Broadband Quality Monitor'. This will monitor the state of your connection and record any network dropouts etc - You can do this at ThinkBroadband (https://www.thinkbroadband.com/broadband/monitoring/quality) Give it a while to gather data and then click 'Share Live graph' and paste the 'Direct Link' into the forum!
nothing obviously wrong with your connection stats or logs (some t3 timeouts, but the log goes back quite a way and a few isn't unusual or a problem).
do you have anything connected to the hub via ethernet? if so, do wired devices suffer from the same dropouts at the same time as the wifi issues? (my guess would be that they continue to operate as normal, given the state of your connection - it doesn't look like there are any underlying issues)..
Sorry to hear about your intermittent connection. As asked by @sophist do you experience these dropouts on wired devices too? Do all devices lose connection at the same time? Are the drop outs sporadic?