After many trials and partial success followed by failure a few days later, I cannot take anymore.
I have decided to return all my 4 discs and replace with an alternative.
Process was easy, was purchased through Argos and after getting returns number from BT helpdesk, returned to Argos who gave a credit to the full value without any issues.
Replacement now ordered (eero 6), fingers crossed it behaves itself.
Does anybody know if the 160Mhz provides faster wireless backhaul than the 80Mhz in our (not so) premiums?
Since updating my disks to 32, the uptime has gone completely out the window
Of 5 discs, some have uptimes of nearly a week....but others are rebooting regularly
The logs seem to show nothing - though bug with the timestamps in the log (defaults to 2013 before NTP sync) mean it is hard to decipher them
This has definitely become a significantly worse problem since the updated firmware - do BT have any ideas as to what might be causing the restarts? Embedded hardware like this really ought to have uptimes of months at the very least....was this observed doing pre-release soak testing?
For now I am sticking to the 80 Mhz Wi-Fi backhaul and will continue to monitor how stable the system is.
Ran another speed test just now using the 80 Mhz Wi-Fi backhaul and got a nice speed result (ethernet cable from Wi-Fi 6 disc into my PC). The disc did not disconnect or restart which is good!
Turning off legacy steering seems to have helped reduce reboots....though I don't want to jinx things...
I think you can disable it system wide. Oddly there are some menus that exist on the web UI but are not linked to, which seems rather odd to say the least! (you have to be logged in before accessing the below)