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connect the airport extreme to the voyager using a network cable... factory reset the extreme and then connect to it using the airport utility... you should get a setup screen where you can switch the extreme to "bridge mode" .. everything else should happen automatically.. you will then have 2 wireless networks?
Make sure you do not have any third party software running in your taskbar that deals with wifi connection if your trying to use the windows connection. this is what i do. its better, and more simple. Home Hub does not work well with non BT software.
If your not sure, turn any wifi connection software off. i.e if any came with your wifi device. and then click on the start button. and click connect to on the right lower side of the start menu.
You can use almost any wifi device with these devices. your best bet would be to let windows try to connect to your home hub.
Also are you typing in your WEP key. correctly.
How far away from the hub is the wifi device.
Is windows wireless zero configuration off in system services. unliekly. but worth a look.
I have had a home hub for three years and i have to admit they are a nuisence.
The BT Voyager wifi works ver well. just in case there is some kind of incompatibility with your device, i highly doubt it though.
Hi It sounds like your key is hexadecimal 64 bit (this would be 10 figures (either letters or numbers). The usual authentication modes are WPA or WEP. I would try both. If one is OK you'll be connected.
uninstall the bt desk top help first then the bt wireless connection , if ur wireless card has an utility use it to configure . the connection might be due the conflict between the wireless software. checked if ur getting limited or no connectivty if so delte and recreate the wireless profile, if ur using bt router like home hub or voyager go the router page with the ip for hub its 192.168.1.245 and navigate to advance and keep the wireless channel to 9 or 11 for voyager the its 126.96.36.199
If you face frequent drop outs confirm with your isp that it's not a problem with line...and also check the physical setup of broadband check if your router is connected to main socket of your house where telephone line enters in your house......
now when you face drop outs check on your hard wired comp whether you remain connected or not if no its a problem with line..
if no reconfig your bt router for wireless network change the channel of your wireless network either to 1 or 11...
or either there is one other way reset your router to default settings by pressing the pin at the back of your router..
and after that your router will start its default wireless network i.e a unsecure network..
try connecting to that network if still the same there are drop outs it's a problem with router....contact bt to config the router...