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Its BT that is forcing the restart via TR069, which is used for remote management.
21:32:39, 04 Jan. System restart, reason: TR69
Not sure why its doing it every night.
Its one of the disadvantages of using an ISP provided router, as you have no control over it.
roduct name,BT Smart Hub 2
Fireware version,v0.24.04.11017-BT (Sun Nov 1 22:23:06 2020)
GUI version,1.71 05_06_2020
DSL uptime,0 days 20 Hours 1 Mins 7 Secs
Data rate,6.1 Mbps / 35.0 Mbps
Maximum Data rate,6.4 Mbps / 43.3 Mbps
Upstream error control,Off
Downstream error control,Off
Data sent / received,2.1 GB Uploaded / 2.1 GB Downloaded
2.4 GHz wireless network name,Pretty fly for a wifi
2.4 GHz wireless channel,Smart (Channel11)
5 GHz wireless network name,Pretty fly for a wifi
5 GHz wireless channel,Smart (Channel36)
Wireless Security,WPA2 (Recommanded)
Wireless mode,Mode 1
Boot loader, 0.1.7-BT (Thu Nov 30 09:45:22 2017)
No idea, I suspect perhaps there is an issue with the home hub, perhaps the configuration is corrupted?
You could try a factory reset of the home hub, to see if it helps.
I have done a factory reset many times and I still have the issue most days. I'm not sure if all error logs are the same code so once it does it again I will post the new entries
When you did the factory reset by pressing recessed button back did you hold button until the hub lights flashed ? You would need to turn off smart setup after restart
looks like hub is trying to update firmware and failing
@imjolly How do I turn off smart setup? Will turning that off stop the TR69 disconnects? Or will I have to get another router to avoid this issue?
Also had one of these in my logs recently not sure what it is I can't find anything online for it "DoS(UDP Loopback)"
The only way to stop the TR069 disconnects, is to use a third party router, BT has no control over that.