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Wireless Bridge Between Virgin Media Super Hub And WRT54GS V.4
Does anyone know if I can do this? And bridging to a ... Could this be the reason why they do not like to connect to each other? Even if the devices arent always used at the same time? http://winnthosting.com/wireless-bridge/what-is-a-wireless-bridge.html
Most run a variant of Linux but you don't have access to the o/s.If the latter, can it be flashed to support DD-WRT and would thatinvalidate acceptable use of the hardware?No new new Videos Music Gaming Movie & Video Helloweennew Humor Events Trending Hot Popular Connect with us No social links are set. By admin 2015-07-18 Video How To Add External WiFi Antennas To Router/Modems (Virgin Media Super Hub) for the WIFI cable search ebay for Mini PCI U.FL to RP-SMA Female Antenna AERIAL http://www.cableforum.co.uk/board/12/33674953-vm-finally-post-news-bridge-mode.html oksteve, Mar 14, 2011 #2 seanmt Thread Starter Joined: Oct 31, 2004 Messages: 129 Thanks for that link. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/wireless-bridge-between-virgin-media-super-hub-and-wrt54gs-v-4.985895/
View Desktop Version Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Sign in Sign up Community home Help forum Digital life blog News Getting started Community FAQ Check service status I suspect, though, that what they're doing is throttling them both if the use of either/both (it matters not which) is too high. Mine's been rock solid (in router mode) since last September when I got it. Hope that makes sense and someone can help as I have been searching around for 2 days to see if its possible and the only way I have seen people ask
Interestingly, one of the technicians that came to our home said that connections will not be upgraded in an area until the contention is very high. I have one of these devices, and was hit with the upgrade to R25 which has disabled the SSH service (replaced with a telnet service which doesn't accept any user/pass i Unfortunately VM took a very long time to roll out the next trial firmware.This has since been resolved with the general release of the latest firmware 9.1.116V and all areas should Technically I know there is no need but I don't know how VM have this all configured - maybe it is required for reasons I don't understand.
When I called up Virgin Media support for this, I had some difficult-to-understand (possibly Indian? The last time I phoned to complain I threatened to leave. The Superhub 2/2ac is used for the 200Mb tier and the Hub 3 for 300Mb and beyond.Once you have the new hub setup you will be able to change your speed Utilisation faults only occur during peak time.
If I did, I asssume I would be able to go back to the older modem/router combo if I found the new one unstable? No issues at all. See the settings under the security tab. Well you can but the speed will still be as slow as the wireless, so there isn't much point of doing it that way from your current set up.
- I'm of the opinion it's this upstream cap they are using to cap your downstream, although the net result is that the internet is pretty much unusable except for basic browsing
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Which gives you a backup for the backup.This is what I would use in your job. http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/containing/1044215 Reply 2 Kudos macartain Tuning in 4 0 0 Registered: 30-04-2016 Message 5 of 13 (678 Views) Flag for a moderator Re: Need Hub 3.0 for speed upgrade? When I was on the 10mb broadband I used my own belkin f5d8235-4 v2000 to allow me to connect wireless. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
I'd prefer to leave things as they are, to be honest...If you usethe oldmodem you will still be stuck on the old 20 Mb tier. weblink This requires your router to be flashed with DD-WRT and you should have a little bit of ... Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Just like when you registeredyour old modem.So, presumably I won't personally see 70Mbps til this happens?You won't be able to get the 70Mb tier, which is new, until it comes out
By admin 2012-05-28 Video How To Setup Wireless Repeater using TL-WR740N With DD-WRT firmware In this video we will create a repeater to extend WIFI coverage using TP-LINK router TL-WR740N running I was a Cable Telewest Customer back in 2002, then Virgin Media. It's what I did, as I wanted to cut out as much extraneous nonsense in a single box and let all my other network gear cope with the network. navigate here Anyway, I'm back to looking at this SuperHub 3.0 which has raised a couple of questions - probably worth a new thread, but for the record:- I am seeing lots of
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSRaU9MHVVg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- In this episode, I will show you how to use an old ... Switch your NNTP client to use port 80, or 443 for SSL (You can do this with giganews I believe). I realised I was paying for XL TV that I don't actually watch apart from South Park and CNN!
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I'm still waiting for the promised 'bridge mode' to disable all routing and wireless functions and to operate simply as a cable modem - then I can use my discrete router Mind you, it is an age better than when you use it as a router, when it dies within seconds of launching a multiplier network game with high numbers of UDP I used to get downloads in uTorrent of 2.3MB/sec (which is give or take a few bits a 20Mb service) now I'm lucky if I can get above 1.2MB/Sec in uTorrent... Trust May 17, 2011 at 11:47 AM #14 Durzel Soldato Joined: Oct 10, 2003 Posts: 5,431 Location: Wiltshire Bear in mind Wireless bridging (where two wireless APs extend the range of
Yes, that much. This worked, however, I really would like to have this switched on - despite their claim that there was no effect on security at all. e.g. his comment is here What is connected to the SuperHub downstairs?
that could be the hub being ' fussy', or it could be the encoding needs better lines than virgin currently have. the pc upstairs only has a 'g' wireless adaptor as does the ps3. Ideally you would want to change the IP of the Belkin, for example if the Hub is 192.168.0.1 then make the Belkin 192.168.0.2. And bridging to a DD-WRT [Edited] Post options Mark as New Bookmark this message Subscribe to this message Subscribe to this message's RSS feed Highlight this message Print this message Email
trouble at the mill." ?? ... Not only had I been having this problem for longer than 5 hours (try weeks!), what good is an engineer callout going to do when this affects hundreds of thousands of Be careful every time when you use this method. /////////// Warning \\\\\\\\\\ Your wifi router have a change for brick. By admin 2013-04-11 Video How to Install DD-WRT on a Wireless Router - Techneek TV In this video, Mike from Techneektv.com shows you how to install DD-WRT firmware on your wireless
Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Networking > Computer problem? I was /half/ tempted, on the basis that the higher speed package MIGHT (if the P2P/NNTP traffic management is slowing things to a percentage, not a fixed stupidly low amount) equate Unbelievable! "Their solution offered to me [...] was to turn off the firewall. [...]I really would like to have this switched on - despite their claim that there was no effect It sounds like the OP wants to set up a wireless bridge between the SuperHub and the Belkin F5D8235-4, not that he wants the SuperHub to act as a network bridge.
Downstairs I have the main pc wired to the superhub. All you need to do is use my easy to use router screen capture program. No shit Sherlock! If you go into the config page for the Belkin and switch off DHCP.
The trial firmwares for the SH2ac weren't much better than the Hub 3 firmwares.