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Is The Bt Home Hub A Wireless Outer?

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#1 Ichipod


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Posted 13 July 2006 - 11:12 AM

Yeah i was wondering, because previously before my BT upgraded. I used to have a BT Voyager 205 with a Wireless - G Linksys WRTG45S

2 days ago I received my new BT Home Hub, it connects to my desktop computer through ethernet, internet works ok. But I can't seem to detect its wireless internet on my 2 laptops and my other desktop computer that has a wireless PCI card. Is it that maybe it's not a Wireless Router like my Linksys?
If it is a wireless router how can i set it up so it can be detected, or could it be that it's faulty.

My BT Home Hub is the white model. Posted Image

Thank you for your time

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#2 Snapper


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Posted 15 July 2006 - 12:19 PM

it dosent appear to be.

is this your router?
use your linksys router for WLAN services, and your new device for your telephone service. im not familiar with those models. so maybe if someone chases this link they may have had experience with it. can you provide us your model number?

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