If the line has been stable until changing to the Home Hub, I suspect that is where your problem lies. You could always change to a third party router.
Last occured at 00:33AM this morning.
Do you know how to check the total TCP connections on the hub? I'm thinking that it might be possible that I am maxing out the TCP connections, but highly unlikely.
Oh okay, thought that might have been a function.
Well I have 4 Ethernet connected devices, 2 servers 1 smart TV and my PC, as well as about 8 wirelessly connected devices.
The servers are backup and leased server space for private customers that host web servers and games servers.
My PC is usually just general browsing, but run's backups and things as well.
Just something to consider because I know that this was an issue I faced on the BT Hub 4, I was maxing out the TCP connections and the Hub had to force a reboot to get back online.
I would seriously consider getting a proper router if I were you.
I have exactly the sam sympioms - only started about a month ago. My log looks just like your log. So it is nothing to do with our routers or lines. It seems to me it is something BT are doing and hiding fropm us. Only happened after i went to Infimity, but it Infinity was fine for a considerble period. My connect speed keeps changing now and is MUCH lower than when I started with Infinity. I can get a max of 50 mps or so with my phone line but I'm doing well now to get 30.
I have just the same symptoms as you. Log looks the same. It is clear that this is due to BT doing things. I have no fault
With my router or line, but several time a day it wil drop the internet connection for a few minutes and come back with a different connect speed. It seems to me that BT are organising the traffic by intermittently switching us off. It is a real pain since I now listen to internst radio which disappears at critical times - omnline earches have to be repeated etc. etc. My max. connect speed on my line is 50megabits or so, but now I am lucky to get 30. So BT please stop doing this.
BT are doing anything to your connection. It sounds more like you are having connection problems and every time your connection drops you will probably get a new IP address when you reconnect. If the drops are frequent then this will result in an increase in noise margin and a drop in connection speed
post stats from hub. If hh6 then advanced settings then technical log information
if hh5 then troubleshooting then helpdesk
enter your phone number and post results remember delete number https://www.btwholesale.com/includes/adsl/main.html
try quiet line test. Dial 17070 option 2 should be silent and best with corded phone
Should say. BT are not doing anything to your connection