The BT Home Hub 3 worked with this application without the need for port forwarding, which implies that the BT Hub 5 has stricter firewall settings. This guide describes how to set to port forwarding on the Home Hub 5, using the router's easy-to-use Admin interface. I use the TomTom MyDrive application as an example. Setting up Port Forwarding

Use your Hub Manager to get the best from your WiFi and manage settings: see all your connected devices; see your broadband performance; fix problems using help wizards; access advanced settings; change your WiFi password To open your Hub Manager: make sure your Hub Manager is connected to your computer; open your web browser on your device Leave it 10' or so to stabilise and then your passwords/passphrase for both the Hub settings and the Wifi networks will revert to the two printed on the Hub sticker on its base/side/card. Make sure you use the wifi one for devices connecting to the wifi and the settings/admin one to access the Hub (it is a six digit numeric one). I have however read that I could plug a USB stick into my BT Home Hub 6 router, copy my music to that and then it doesn't matter what the PC does as the router/music will always be available to the Sonos system. So with this in mind I have done the following:-1. Plugged in a small USB stick into the BT Home HUB 6 router. 2. Mapped the USB stick. 3. Click Advanced Settings; Enter your password (this can usually be found on the bottom of the HomeHub router). On the next page, you'll see a prompt explaining that changing the settings is not needed for general use. Click Continue to Advanced Settings. Select “Home Network” Select "Smart setup." When you see "Enable smart setup," select No

The BT Home Hub 3 worked with this application without the need for port forwarding, which implies that the BT Hub 5 has stricter firewall settings. This guide describes how to set to port forwarding on the Home Hub 5, using the router's easy-to-use Admin interface. I use the TomTom MyDrive application as an example. Setting up Port Forwarding

This guide will show you how to setup 2.4 GHz on your BT Home Hub 5. If you are uncomfortable doing this yourself then we recommend contacting your network provider or router manufacturer. Not your BT Openzone is now BT Wi-fi. Enjoy great-value wi-fi broadband internet access with BT Wi-fi You can change your cookies settings whenever you like by using the

Some things to keep in mind is that it is sending ALL the traffic your BT Hub receives to your Xbox one, so just keep that in mind, and also it might take up to 30 minutes or more for your NAT to change and what I recommend doing is to going in to the Network Settings on your Xbox one and going in Offline mode for 5 Mins and see if your NAT has

Jul 04, 2016 · No matter how good BT's routers are, the default settings are always a little annoying and you may not be getting the best out of your router. Along with the brand new router, the BT Smart Hub, come Aug 25, 2016 · The BT Home Hub 5 is one of the fastest ISP routers that we've tested, but you need to tweak its settings to make it work properly The BT Home Hub 5 was one of the fastest ISP-supplied routers Enter 192.168.0.1 into the address bar of your browser, the settings page will then load; Note: If you have enabled Modem Mode on the Hub 3 you will need to use 192.168.100.1 instead. The BT Home Hub is a wireless Internet router. Setting up the Home Hub for wi-fi access can be tricky, so on this page we look up how to configure wireless access. How to set up wi-fi on the Home Hub. Here are some basic instructions on how to get a device such as a laptop, mobile phone or games console to get an Internet connection via a BT