So - I am trying to understand where I am dropping both Wired and WiFi connections. I was originally having problems with my Hub3 (on it's own running router mode) dropping connections on the WiFi. I presumed it was the age of my route and the fact I was using a Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ (so able to run on 802.11ax).
Did my research, bought a TP-Link Archer AX50, thought it would solve things. It' only highlighted that I also have connection drops on my wired network as well. I have since tried every combination of
- Modem Mode for the Hub3,
- Router Mode with the AX50 in AP mode,
- WiFi only running of one or the other (and 2.4 on one 5 on the other)
- I have checked the connections are tight
None of these seem to make a difference.
It happens probably once an hour to once every 2 hours when I am at home, any time of day or night (I work shifts, I can be waking up at 2am and it will do it) - I can be sure that i will be in the middle of a WiFi Calling call on my mobile and it will drop.
I wonder if anyone has any ideas?
Currently, using the Hub3 in Router Mode with WiFi off - AX50 in AP Mode with WiFi on; these are the 'runners and riders' based on what I think you like to see.
Thanks in advance for any insight.
Current set-up: SH3 in Router Mode - TP Link Archer AX50 in AP Mode - M350 Fibre / Maxit TV - Talk Weekends (Now via the SH3 -which is great in a power cut)