But does it ever 'fail' if you stick to using your PlusNet router only? If you wait on it failing on the B535, then switch to the PlusNet, by the time you've done that, the DNS lookup (or whatever is going on) could've been completed by the B535, making the PlusNets job easy (just a guess).I am still convinced there is an issue with the WiFI on my B535, when the browser fails I jump onto the other WiFi router and it works.
Did you try a VPN? That should work, but obviously it'll be slower unless you have a paid VPN subscription. And I don't think there are any easy VPN services for devices like XBox's (but certainly you can install a free one on your phone/laptop and eliminate the stalling problem on those devices).Tried every tip mentioned on here but nothing worked
Yeah, it seems its still happening even on PlusNet router.But does it ever 'fail' if you stick to using your PlusNet router only? If you wait on it failing on the B535, then switch to the PlusNet, by the time you've done that, the DNS lookup (or whatever is going on) could've been completed by the B535, making the PlusNets job easy (just a guess).
I'm not sure if the problem you're having with your B535 on Vodafone, is the same problem everyone else is having with it on Three. Who knows though, difficult to tell.
I wonder if three are limiting connections? So when you reach a specific number.You are happily browsing, then it just stalls on someones device (not all devices at the same time), then times out........
That 220.127.116.11 WARP service from Cloudflare is a VPN not just an alternative DNS. They route the traffic through Cloudflare for better performance.Didn't try one on the router as I don't really want to spend any more money on it. Did try 18.104.22.168 Warp on my phone and it helped a lot but obviously just the phone. Does make me think though something like Nord VPN might help. Tried 22.214.171.124 in the DNS on the 535 but very limited if any effect
I managed to find a sweet spot for my router in the loft using rabbit ears. The SINR is now between +6 and +12, which made a big difference to stability of the connection.I believe a wildly swinging SINR can be a side effect of contention on your mast as it struggles to keep up with requests as its bandwidth drops.
I was under the impression that Cloudflare's WARP was end to end encrypted. Certainly on my mobile it provides an alternative external IP address and behaves exactly like its using an a-typical VPN.It's important to say, dnscrypt is NOT a VPN. It is not encrypting all your data, it's only providing a secure & fast DNS resolution service which seems to have helped with my issue with Three's network.