I got a Whole Home 3 disc pack about 6 months ago, then later added another disc to fill in a dead spot. This all worked perfectly until the last few weeks.
Since mid December, my MacBook Pro running High Sierra has started from the wifi constantly. It will stay connected for a few minutes, then drop the connection for a few minutes, and then reconnect again. The problems seem to have started since the Whole Home firmware update a few weeks ago. All other devices in the house (phones, tablets, a PC, TV, my work windows laptop) don't have his problem, just the MacBook.
To use the MacBook, I've had to re-enable the wifi on my main router (TP Link) and move nearer the router whenever i want to use the MacBook (which was why i got the whole home in the first place!).
Does anyone else have this problem, or know how it can be resolved?
Sorry I can't offer any help but I just wanted to add that this has been happening to me as well (2013 MacBook pro, High Sierra).
I had to do a cold reboot of all the discs to get a stable connection again.
Thanks Mark, I will try that. When you say cold boot, did you just power off all the discs rather than rebooting via the app?
I have exactly the same problem. The Whole Home WiFi was rock solid until recently. I'm not sure if the problem is linked to the the last firmware update of the WiFi, the release of High Sierra or both.
I wonder if it could be linked to this https://community.bt.com/bt/board/message?board.id=OtherBB&message.id=148108#M148108
I tried your suggestion - it seemed to work for an hour or so, then started disconnecting again. Was worth giving it a go though!
Restarting everthing also resulted in losing one of the discs off the whole home network, one that was connected by ethernet over a powerline adapter to the router - I need to remember how I got that working in the first place but that's another issue...
That's similar to my exprience too. Everything is fine after a reboot and then deteriorates again.
I have one disc on powerline networking which can be a bit funny - I tend to start this one last and that helps
Good luck and lets hope we get some help from BT soon.
In fact my entire network has become flaky.
The app goes haywire periodically (telling me that I'm not connected to BT Wifi or that there is an intenret connection problem etc...). Devices dropping out every few seconds (they seems to remain connected but have total packet loss). One of my security cameras basically will not connect at all now. The app is showing devices connected to multiple discs, and some devices which are connected and working (such as this one) are not shown at all in the App (even under "Disconnected")
At the moment I'm restarting the whole thing about once per day, sometimes more.
Odd that something which was so stable has become virtually unusable over the space of about 2 weeks.
Would be nice to get some comment from someone at BT about these issues.
There's almost nothing useful in the logs (when you can get them, becuase the web UI is also virtualy completley broken now with blank screens https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/Whole-Home-wifi-web-screens-blank/m-p/1807923)
I feel like this is what I'm experiencing. Although I only set my discs up just after Christmas day. Constant drop outs on my Google Homes, and on my phones. I do have some devices that are fine, so I guess the problems are down to specific devices.
As said, I'm mainly having problems with my Google Homes. Also, there are 2x Galaxy S6 Edges that are having issues (these work fine elsewhere or if I enable old networkd directly via router, and maintain wifi connection no problems). Devies that don't seem to have issues are an Iphone 6, Xperia Z5, Harmony Hub. I have others but these are the ones 'always on' so I can monitor it.
The logs from the web UI don't seem to be fully complete, but I can see quite a few entries for my macbook, with "IF[5G]: STA(xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx) had disassociated" followed a few minutes later by "IF[5G]: STA(xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx) had associated successfully", which seems to correspond with the disconnections.