I have two of these fancy new Vodafone TV's and an Ultra hub that Vodafone have provided.
After ringing tech support for the Vodafone TV's because usually two or three times a day I get a message on both Vodafone TV's saying "No Internet Connection" and the TV Screens usually go black, or sometimes if I'm really lucky, I get told that I'm not subscribed to that channel, but that is displayed for all TV Channels.
One Vodafone TV is ethernet wired and the other uses the wifi extenders on bridge mode, this problem happens to both TVs.
Also, there is nothing wrong with the internet itself - as when the TV's can't find the internet, I still get pings to google.com with no losses and still get 197/20 in speed test from an ethernet connection.
The only way I have discovered to get the system out of this funk is to unplug everything (both Vodafone TV's, Both Wifi Extenders and the ultra hub - turn on the ultra hub and let it sort itself out. Then plug in the wifi extenders and reconnect them, then finally plug back in the Vodafone TVs). This takes about 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Doing this three times a day is getting little annoying..
I was told by tech support that this is what needs to be done to any network and it is normal to need to reset everything this often. Now I'm no Network Administrator, just a humble airline pilot, but don't think that this is what is considered "normal"..
Second problem is when I try and set a static DHCP IP address for one device only (trying to figure out if having a static IP for the Vodafone TV's might sort the problem) nothing else on the network can connect to the internet. (Usually server cannot be found messages appearing on everything that is connected to the network except for the Vodafone TV's.
Something is clearly not right here. But tech support say the issues I have is a normal function of any network..