All you need to do is temporarily turn off the 5ghz WiFi until you have connected the devices and then turn it back on again.
... According to my hub I have 6 devices connected to my wifi discs, the only problem is that I don't have any discs....
Check your neighbours....
I have the following just updated
v0.38.00.10147-BT which says on the router the following date Tue Feb 7 16:35:54 2023
Any advance on this?
If you reboot the hub it should download the latest firmware, mine did.
Interesting note here logged into technical log and noted that firmware had stated it was updated today but still reporting v0.37.* and my "DSL" uptime was still over 7 days so obviously not rebooted.
When reviewing the event log found the following -
07:24:41, 17 Feb. Image validation is successful.
07:24:08, 17 Feb. Hub is waiting to apply new firmware.
07:24:08, 17 Feb. download firmware image success
07:24:08, 17 Feb. CWMP: Download status=OK
07:24:08, 17 Feb. CWMP: Download File, File type:1 Firmware Upgrade Image, File Name: BT_hh6dx_drop38.bin.bt.signed, Username=, CommandKey=
So the update is downloaded and pending install at next reboot so appears not that case it will automatically reboot once downloaded.
Mine downloaded v0.38.* on the 17th Feb and was pending install showing 120 days uptime (no reboot every 2 weeks for me!). Automatic reboot today (18th Feb) in the early hours and now showing just a few hours uptime as expected with v0.38 active.
Anyone spot any changes from v0.37 to v0.38 ? There is now a QR code on the "Advanced wireless" page for each wirless band, but that may have been there previously and I just didn't spot it.
Only other, possibly co-incidental, change is that my Hybrid EE modem has gone from "one bar" and poor signal strength to "two bars" and good signal strength. Haven't moved my modem, but signal may have improved iresepective of firmware change.