The issue is not that I cannot connect, it is when the security settings are implemented that I cannot connect. I have tried changing to WEP in lieu of WPA/WPA2. Works fine when there is no security settings.
When you connect to BTOpenworld for example, it is shown as being an insecure network, that you have to put your email address in and password, so there must be some form of token exchange in order to implement the security on the fly.
Oh well I will keep persevering.
Any more thoughts or ideas will be gratefully accepted :-)
Thanks Technotiger, I have read that, alas it is not an option on the hub. BT must have disabled a lot of the access rights to the hub. The hub does not have the flexibility or options of a router, I wonder why!!
You must have opted in to the BT Fon network, so you can log on to any Fon network site including your own by selecting the BT option on the login page and entering your email address like [email protected] and use your default email logon password
Try using windows system restore back to a date when you were able to connect normally