Hi @philji, the new BT Home Hub you're looking to use would need to put plugged in, in place of our Hub One router in order to log into the router pages and make the necessary amendments. Some browsers can have issues when trying to log into routers as even when offline they'll install try and search the net so from experience I've found

BT Smart Hub: What’s it like? - Broadband The BT Smart Hub - also perhaps known as the Home Hub 6 - is the latest router from the provider, and stands a good few inches taller than BT’s former routers. Sky Q and new BT Smart Hub 2 connection issues Received the new BT Smart Hub 2 from BT today and have spent the last 3 hours trying to set it up with Sky Q - all other devices connect fine to the new hub except for Q - on some occasions, the main box will not even connect to the hub - when it did connect i tried to set up the mini box and it has How to get Amazon Echo to work with BT Home Hub | TechRadar

BT finally decided to send me there Smart Hub 6 to replace the BT Home Hub 4 that I was using with the old white Openreach modem. All I had to pay was p&p. They did offer me complete wifi with there smart hub 7 and two wifi discs but I was not willing to pay the extra money fee After 5 or 10 mins setup and reconnecting all the wifi devices that

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BT will upgrade you to the Hub 4 free of charge. If you are willing to pay extra, the new BT Home Hub 5 does away with the separate white box. Therefore if you have the High Speed Broadband it is much neater. Less clutter and only 1 power adaptor instead of 2, so cheaper to run over the course of a year although you have the initial outlay

BT Home_Hub_3 routers include a very basic firewall that helps protect your home network form unwanted access from the internet. Since this firewall blocks incoming connections you may need open a port through it for certain games and applications. This process of opening a port is frequently called BT - Home Hub 6. Ip Address: 192.168.254.1. Login: none. Password: printed on router. Login to the router with the default IP addresse 192.168.254.1 and then use the username / password: none / printed on router This guide is to show users how to install LEDE on a BT home hub 5. The following instructions will wipe out the existing BT router firmware with the open source LEDE which is a Linux based router operating system!