My Windows 10 PC loses DNS about once a day (to the point where I formatted it and reinstalled Windows). It is connected via Ethernet.
The issue remains.
This morning when I restarted my router, I couldn't connect my laptop via wi-fi. I tried everything from resetting winsock, flushing DNS, reinstalling the wi-fi driver to no avail. Manually typing in an IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and DNS servers into the network adaptor solves the issue. DHCP doesn't work.
I also have a webcam losing connection and a daily backup of my laptop is starting to fail with 'network error'.
I am guessing something is up with my Virgin Superhub 3 as I can't believe four separate issues suddenly arising on three different devices.
sounds like an intermittent issue with teh hubs DHCP server.. have you tried doing a full factory reset of the hub?
whilst switched on, depress the reset button with a paperclip/sim tool for a full, timed, 60 seconds, then leave it alone for 10 mins - do not switch it off during this time, just let it fully recover and start providing service again..