Can I use a BT hub if I'm not with BT as my isp?

  Halmer 23:16 04 Sep 2009
Locked

just wondered if I could use next door's spare one to rule out my router as the fault click here

  woodchip 23:27 04 Sep 2009

Yes, as long as you set it up using the setup page in the router using Internet Explorer, not a BT disc

  woodchip 23:28 04 Sep 2009

You will need to use your ISP and User Name in the setup page

  Halmer 23:46 04 Sep 2009

woodchip.

Do you know what the address is?

I assume it's admin admin to access?

  woodchip 00:28 05 Sep 2009

On my 3Com its 192.168.1.1 yours may differ but you could try mine also before the numbers above for mine it as http:// in front, but I did not put it in front as PCA would have changed it to a click hear link

  100andthirty 07:07 05 Sep 2009

BT Homehub address is 192.168.1.254. In general a home hub is locked to BT as BT use a generic logon, and identify the user by their telephone number.

lots of info on this if you search here:

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or Here:

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  sharpamat 08:17 05 Sep 2009

Normally the BT Hub will only work with BT Broadband its locked, It will not even work on BT Buisness broadband The only way is to unlock it and this has only been done on the version 1 Hub.

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