Session closed due to Error: Could not Resolve hos...

Hi,
I''m trying to sort out connection issues for my auntie. She has a BT Homehub 5 with the latest firmware.
However, she is suffering from reboots and lost connections all the time. I have reviewed the log files and it is full of the following messages:
74.270000 CWMP Session closed due to error: Could not resolve host
Any ideas as i am stumped. Its a fairly recent installation ( 4 months or so) and she has only recently started to use the Wifi. It was ok when wired.
Simon

If it is DEFINITELY a wireless problem only, then download InSSider and run the program. This will tell you if you have are using a congested wifi channel.......
You can then go into the settings and after picking a less congested channel, turn off the "smart wireless" setting.....
Although the wireless problem wouldn't cause the rebooting problem......
If you found this post helpful, then please click the star on the left, after all, I'm only trying to help........

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