Our network team have confirmed that they can't find any issues on the network that would cause the problems that you're experiencing - They've asked if you could test with just one device connected by Ethernet cable directly to the router, all other devices connected by wi-fi or Ethernet cable switched off/disconnected
Already been down this route. Same results.
This afternoon the system has stuttered many times. Yet download the same file and play it then it's fine.
Getting to the point of not bothering . might have to explore the pos of going 4G only.
I'm sorry to hear this. Just to confirm, are you using any powerline adapters or a switch? As all the tests are clear then it may be worth arranging a TalkTalk engineer visit to investigate this further.
I don't know if it has any relevance but the lconnection dropped (only this time), just after I recieved a phone call on the land line. If we get two calls a week on it that is a lot! it's just not used for phone calls
Chris, Just to confirm, how many times will I be asked the same questions?
We seem to be going around in a circe. I The rest of the system works fine if instead of your router I use a 4G one.
With the number of devices we can see connected in addition to all network tests here showing clear and no external errors detected by our network teams, the next option as advised by Michelle would be to have one of our engineers come round and take a look to see if they can spot an issue.
I have tested my network and switches for a few days now. (Monitored using wireshark anongst other things).
No errors found. I did find a protocol no longer needed.
There have been no errors in the past few days and (surprise surprise) NO BT OPENREACH vans near bye!!!