After about 17:00hrs the disconnections start, 12 last night starting 20:00hrs onwards until 08:00hrs.
I had switched everying off that I could think of - TV, Skybox, 3 IP cameras, 2 analog wireless cameras, NAS, USB printer to no avail.
I want to eliminate the possibility of interference coming from a certain direction and I thought about covering a large sheet of cardboard with kitchen foil and placing it at the side of my router. Is this likely to work or would it be a waste of time? I know that aluminium foil makes good safety hats (joke).
I had an Openreach engineer here yesterday and he re-made the screw down joints on an external box with jelly crimps. Checked my line, reset DLM and said my SNR had been locked to prevent it falling if DLM tries to reduce it. It hasn't worked.
p.s. I posted a question yesterday about getting a TP-Link AC2800 as a replacement for my PlusNet Home Hub. Wondering if the Home Hub is more susceptible to whatever is causing the problem.
... known to some as George
Edited by longedge (Fri 19-Jun-20 09:42:34)