Recently I have been experiencing agonizing internet issues (even more so when it happens mid kill streak on Call Of Duty). I have been experiencing intermittent disconnection on all devices wired and unwired, rendering most tasks involving the internet painful at best.
I have checked all my coax wires to my Hub 3.0 and they are all tight, I have tried the pin dot reboot on my hub but to no avail. I have scouted other threads and learned I needed to check my hub for the network log, just not too internet savvy to understand what a lot of it is, so posting it here in hopes of someone shredding light on what could be causing my issues. (from observation from other threads it is the wiring from the cabinet to my house).
I will post my downstream and upstream pages and extra info in the following few posts as I can not fit it all on here
The hub was switched off for 10 minutes either yesterday or the day before I can't quite remember which day I did this on apologies, and I have been having these issues for a few weeks and just put it down to increased traffic due to lockdowns etc, I tried the pinhole reset when I first experience problems not long before Christmas, I hope this helps
I've flagged that for the forum staff to advise, as I'm out of ideas. One thing we've seen before has been isolated wifi devices causing similar spikes, but I can't say whether that would apply for you.
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