- What do I do with my old BT Home Hub?
- What router does BT use?
- Can a second router be used as a range extender?
- Can I use my old virgin router as a wifi extender?
- Can I connect another router to my BT Hub?
- How can I use an old router as a wifi extender without cable?
- How do I turn my BT home hub into an access point?
- Can I use a BT Home Hub as an extender?
- Can I use my BT Hub 6 with another provider?
- How do I use my BT Hub 6 as a wireless access point?
- Can I use my own router with BT?
- Can I swap my BT Home Hub for another router?
What do I do with my old BT Home Hub?
If its an old hub which was issued to you as part of a contract, before 13 December 2019, then you can simply take it to your local recycling centre.
After that date, it must be returned to BT, to avoid being charged for it..
What router does BT use?
BT Smart HubManufacturerInventel Technicolor Gigaset/Sagem HuaweiTypeWireless router IP PhoneRelease date10 May 2013 (BT Home Hub 5)Introductory price£129.99 (free with BT Broadband)Operating systemLinux4 more rows
Can a second router be used as a range extender?
It is possible to use a second router as a range extender to your existing network. It is also very possible to create only one network name between the two routers so your BluOS Players and other network devices will connect to which ever router has the stronger signal.
Can I use my old virgin router as a wifi extender?
If you have any “Wifi Black Spots” or “Wifi Dead Zones” around the house (areas that don’t receive a good signal or no signal at all) then you could use your old router as a repeater and effectively create a second wireless network in your home. …
Can I connect another router to my BT Hub?
Thanks to Darren for adding the following: “You can have two BT home hubs, (or a second router), one as a repeater. All you do is select the repeater option on both, and on your main one, configure the address of the second one to use as a repeater, just that the second one has no ADSL line going into it”.
How can I use an old router as a wifi extender without cable?
Setup WiFi Router as Range extender Mode To use the router as repeater mode need to access the settings page. To access the router login page use default IP Address router or Make factory reset if forget IP address. Connect Router LAN port to Desktop or Laptop LAN port.
How do I turn my BT home hub into an access point?
Reuse a spare BT Home Hub as a Wireless Access PointSummary. … Procedure. … Hit the Reset Button. … Connect your PC Directly to the Hub. … Reset the Admin Password. … Reconfigure Wireless Settings. … Allocate New Hub IP Address. … Deactivate DHCP.More items…•
Can I use a BT Home Hub as an extender?
The HH5 can be used as a wireless repeater and has to be connected to the router via an ethernet cable, connect the 2nd hub to your pc via the ethernet port, access BT Home Hub Manager on the iP address of 192.168. 0.154 in the DHCP server settings change eneable from yes to no then apply.
Can I use my BT Hub 6 with another provider?
Technically speaking, the Home Hub 5 is locked to BT accounts, including ADSL, Infinity and those connections provided by its subsidiary Plusnet. However, there’s no reason why you can’t still use the Home Hub 5 as a brilliantly-fast access point, making full use of its Gigabit Ethernet switch in the process.
How do I use my BT Hub 6 as a wireless access point?
BT Hub 6 using as access point – mobile phones not connectingDo a full factory reset of BT SH.Do NOT connect to VM SH.Connect PC/Laptop to BT SH via wifi.You’ll get the BT SH GUI.Go to Advanced Settings, My Network, IPv4 Config.You need to set DHCP Server to NO, Authoritative DHCP to OFF, Server Address Range to Custom.More items…•
Can I use my own router with BT?
Most providers, including BT, TalkTalk, and Plusnet, allow you to use your own router, though they don’t always recommend it. You may not want the router that your provider gives you, but don’t throw it away! You might end up needing it later if you need technical support. Besides, it’s always good to have a spare.
Can I swap my BT Home Hub for another router?
If you have copper broadband, you can use a different router but we don’t recommend it because we can’t give you any technical support for equipment you’ve bought elsewhere.