Is your device's IP and DNS settings all correct?
if you go to http://188.8.131.52/ does it load one of google's services?
You can test your dns by opening a cmd or terminal window and typing in nslookup bbc.co.uk
or to test it with a different dns server, for example using google's dns, type nslookup bbc.co.uk 184.108.40.206
I have checked various settings both on the hub and on Windows. When a go to the google site it works ok. Even though I don't think it is being used yet I checked IPV6 settings and found the DNS setting to be to get an adress automatically. I checked the IPV4 settigs, which should be in use, and odd thing was that the DNS was set to 10.23.0.1. This strikes me as a strange address. I also checked the Hub settings and found the following:
Default Gateway: 172.16.18.149
Primary DNS: 220.127.116.11
Secondary DNS: 18.104.22.168
I am fairly certain that it is a DNS problem but am not sure where to go from here.
I investigated the strange address and the only info I could find about it is that it could be a rougue server. when I tried to log onto it access was forbidden. So I changed the DNS setting on IPV4 to automatic and the problem seems to be gone. I checked and the change does not seem to have affected my VPN, which I use for financial transactions to the US. Now my question is how the setting got changed. I guess something could have gotten past Norton and the HUB. The suggestions were very helpful in getting to the solution.