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I started the topic https://community.talktalk.co.uk/t5/TalkTalk-TV/YouView-box-keeps-losing-internet-connection/m-p/210... with the same name but I can't post a reply any more, so I've started this new topic.
The YouView box has been mostly OK, but dropped the internet connection on Sunday, requiring a router reboot. Everything else was connected normally. Since then it's again stayed connected, but I'm not convinced the problem is fixed.
I didn't reply on the previous topic until there had been enough time to see if the fix worked. But this seemed to result in me being locked out. What's the best way to keep the topic alive? Also, any thoughts on the connection having been dropped?
Thanks so much for your help! I do appreciate it!
I can't see any reason for the drop in connection, I would just see how it goes.
Regarding keeping the thread alive, there shouldn't be any problems posting on the other thread - what happens when your try to post?
Hello Chris, thanks for replying.
I've just checked and the YouView box has disconnected from the internet again! I'll reboot the router... again... Please help!
At the bottom of each post in my original thread, there's just a 'best answer' button (no 'reply') and the 'reply' button at the top of the thread is greyed out.
Thanks for your help!
I have a similar problem in that YouView freezes around 10.00pm on an almost daily basis, necessitating a router reboot to "unfreeze" it.
I have just had to reboot the Huawei HG633 router again (at 01.00pm). Internet is stable, as is telephone line.
The other half is less than amused!
Could you please start your own thread for support as each problem is individual and needs investigating separately. Please also ensure that your Community Profile includes your home phone number so that OCE can trace your account. ( click on your Avatar to open your info and scroll to bottom and click save when done )
Any response to this? Today the YouView box as stayed connected but the internet connection itself is unreliable. Has something been changed in my router?
Your router has been updated to the later firmware v1.22.1t to improve stability.
I am showing there were some errors on your line yesterday, but currently these have stopped.
Line has been in sync now for 17 hrs.
Thanks for letting me know - is that the update you applied on 20th?
As the YouView box has already disconnected twice since then, and we had a lot of instability a couple of days ago, it doesn't seem like the problem has gone away. Please help!
Thanks so much, Karl - it arrived yesterday and so far has been working without any problems!
Please don't close this thread and I'll update over the next couple of weeks.
Thanks so much for your help!
Thanks so much for your help with this, Karl. So far we’ve had some times where we haven’t been able to connect to the internet, but the YouView box hasn’t disconnected from the router. I’m not sure whether the connection problems have been due to the router - is it something you can see from you end?
I'm not seeing any drops from here, the currnt stats show a good connection :
Time in Sync 3 Day(s) 13 Hour(s) 31 Min(s) 37 Sec(s)
Downstream Rate 10239 kb/s
Upstream Rate 984 kb/s
Downstream SNR6 dB
Upstream SNR7 dB
Downstream Attenuation 43 dB
Upstream Attenuation 20.1 dB
Glad you’re not seeing any drops but this afternoon and evening the connection has been terrible. Is it more likely to be a router problem or something else?
I've looked at the line history and can see some errors and fluctuations in the snr. Our DLM system has picked these up also and changed the profile around 1:30 this morning to increase the snr to improve stability and reduce the error count.
DLM is Dynamic Line Management. An automated system that monitors your line looking at he signal levels, errors etc, and will make adjustments based on these readings to keep the line stable.
The SNR is the Signal To Noise Ratio. If the signal strength drops too low against the background noise on the line, then this will become unstable and your connection will drop.