Wireless connection problems

Please note: If you want assistance from forum members with wireless or networking problems, whether you are
on ADSL or Infinity, please make sure that you post on the correct board, as many
of the answers are already there.
The correct board is this one Other BB Queries
Thanks.


Important note regarding the Home Hub 3b:-

If you use an additional access point, it will not be possible to roam between the home hub and the access point.
This the way home hub 3b is designed to work .
A universal wireless repeater works fine.

  1. Wireless problems and things you can try, to resolve them
  2. BT products to extend  wireless and network - recommended solutions
  3. Home hub 4 wireless issues from the forum
  4. Alternatives to wireless
  5. Reported problems with the Home Hub 2.0
  6. Link BT two home Hub 3s together and extend your wireless to another location.
  7. Using an old BT Voyager modem as an additional wireless access point.
  8. Using an Apple Airport Extreme
  9. Use a spare BT Home Hub as a wired wireless access point  (HH1, 1.5, 2.0 and HH3 version a only)
  10. Replacements for BT home hub 3
  11. Help with setting up routers, wireless repeaters, TVs and printers
If you are using BT Infinity, then wireless "n" devices should be
used, otherwise you will not get anything like the full connection speed.

Here are some examples of USB adapters.

TP-Link TL-WN722NEdimax EW-7811




If you have a home hub 3, then wireless disconnects could be due to the constant renewing of DHCP leases.
One solution is shown here.

Using static IP addresses on your home network



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