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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
look on the back of your home hub. there should be a Wireless Key in a Grey box. (BT Home Hub wireless settings)
note the wireless key.
go to your ps3. and turn it on log on ect. go to settings and down to network settings (right at bottom).
(Im not sure of the next section because im currently on a network but it should be an option to find network).
anyway you search for networks. should find your home hub.
keep going right untill you have to enter any settings. and write your WEP Key (Not WKA). (wireless key from back of router).
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
make sure the SSID, channel & wireless key on router & all extenders are the same, also the default gateway on the extender has to be the IP address of the router.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
Could be a variety of reasons.
Assuming you have not had it working before
Assuming the wifi is broadcasting it SSID
Assuming you have laptop connected by ethernet cable to hub:
Assuming you have XP:
Go to start/control panel/network connections/right click the wireless lan icon and select properties/select wireless connections and delete ALL previous entries.
With Vista go:start globe then
Control Panel\Network and Sharing\Manage Wireless Networks and delete all entries
press windows key and R
type cmd and enter
type ipconfig and enter
note lower set of figures ie 192.168.0.1
open browser and type in those figures and enter
should now open router firmware
When asked for log in use defaults of admin - admin or admin - password
navigate to wireless security and set encryption to WEP 64bit and create a simple encryption code - save settings
Change broadcast channel to 8
make sure wifi is set to open and not shared
Save all settings, allow hub to reboot and now see what happens
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
you need to try
1) check bios aetup screen thereis setting wireless enable/disable
and check xp control panel--system--device manager wireless driver no yellow triangle mark( which need update driver)
2) check wireless switch at laptop frront or right side, set to "on" to make sure the wireless light not on. if wireless indicate light still black means your wireless card out of works, check wireless card by open small back cover clean pins and reinstall it again
3) finally you might need change a wireless card.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
There are ISPs that block utorrent. I found this explanation of how to do port forwarding on the BT home hub, though: http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/BT/BTHomeHub/Utorrent.htm
So, all I can suggest is to open the ports on your home hub as suggested above and to connect your computer straight to your home hub rather than to your CWR-854 (unless you actually have no such router and just picked that to ask the question under).
It is possible that someone has decided that you should not use torrents (they slow down everyone because they actually have the nerve to use the internet) and they are associated with thieves. Not to mention that there are tons of legit uses for them,
This could be someone in your ISP or your house. So do you have access to everything? You can poke around with telnet - can you access the ports on the other systems that utorrent accesses to make itself part of the network of systems that are downloading and sharing the torrent?
But if one knows the ports it is easy to block torrent.
If you have multiple routers that do nat, the home hub has to forward to your router, not to your system. So if your router is 192.168.3.12 and your system is 192.168.5.6, the BT home hub has to forward to the port on your router, on 192.168.3.12 , and your router has to forward to your system on 192.168.5.6. If the home hub tries to forward directly to your system (if you have multiple routers, which you might have because of the way you asked your question) then it won't work since your router hides 192.168.5.6.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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