Try a factory reset on the Hub. It may be trying to download a firmware update and failing each time. This reset will force updates down,
Remove any ethernet cables from the Hub and hold the pinhole reset switch for 60 seconds. Do NOT reboot the Hub, just let it do it's thing. Note you will need the passwords from the bottom of the Hub afterwards, so make sure they are legible.
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Usually Mods have a look at the backend of the router and give their insights into the situation... I am still waiting. especially as I have siad engineers have come twice and still have found NO Solution !
@shak2 well actually that’s your fault, a quirk of the forum software means that if you ( as the thread starter), marks a post as ‘helpful’ then it also flags it as solved (yeh no idea either but it is what it is). What you need to do is ‘unmark’ @Adduxi post as being helpful - I’m sure they won’t mind!
I have mentioned that 2 engineers have visited regards this issue and they couldn't find any hardware related issues . ? some concerns re SNR which they were going to look further but nothing Transpired.
I have Had VM in this property x 7 years and prior to the hub 4 NEVER had this problem. Only After the Hub4 this issue started. The Hub has been replaced as well with Nil help.