Sorry I meant did you want the log in a better format 🙂 but anyway so far it's been ok today so here's yesterday as an example
Having read through the thread I am struggling to work out what the issue is and what connection you have.
Is it a line fault, the smarthub itself rebooting or something between smarthub and your devices?
In order to progress you need to log in to your smarthub >advanced settings >technical log (enter password) then advise what all the information is on the first tab, then go to the next tab events and advise what all that is which will be pages. You can export both to CSV files and attach them here. (I think) That will give sufficient information to see what’s going on.
Perhaps the issues have resolved in the meantime?
The issue was that once a day the hub looked like it was rebooting, but after I looked through the technical log I found it was my computer disconnecting from the hubs port as below (for no reason)
The day I made this thread it did it 9 times during the day, so all I was originally asking was if anyone had seen this before. In any case, as previously mentioned I've put a switch in between the hub and my PC which apparently may fix it. It's not a line fault.
That is a very common issue, the home hub hardware is not negotiating the correct link speed and duplex mode because its just cheap hardware and subject to manufacturing tolerances.
Do a search for "Duplex Mismatch" and you will get the explanation.
Your Ethernet switch will be more tolerant of link pulse timing errors, and will make allowances.
Thanks Keith, thats what I saw when I googled it as well touch wood I've not had any problems since I connected my TP link so hopefully that's solved it. I'll monitor it for a few days 🙂
Just to update and close the thread I've not seen anymore issues since I put the switch in so looks like it was down to the errors/mismatches mentioned by others online and in the thread.