I just found this thread and wanted to jump on.
I have a very similar issue with some devices in my home using HH3.
Originally it was my wife's Kindle and my sons BB that wouldn't connect. I found a week or so ago that changing from 802.11 b/g/n to 802.11 b/g solved the problem, but a couple of days ago a number of devices have stopped connecting via WiFi.
The initial connection is fine even getting a DHCP address, but the device is unable to establish sensible communication via the HH3.
I tried a hard reset of the home hub but it's still an issue which I can't solve so far.
I didn't get these problems with my HH2 and the same devices
sounds like you have interference on your wifi channel on your HH3
i would assume your HH3 wifi is set on auto channel? you will need to set it to manual and find a better channel that works.there is a app you can use to check for interference like next door is using the same wifi channel as you etc,i'll find it and post it here.
here you go download and install and use it on your wifi connection this will tell you if others are using the same wifi channel as you
I have similar issues with my HH3 - I have the HH2 setup as Wifi access point connected via a cable to the HH3 which is just there for connecting to the infinity modem.
There appears to be some people on here who have a HH3 that the Wifi works on, but others like you and me where devices won't connect or randomly disconnect.
Hi, I did get a reply saying that I needed to change the setup in the BB browser to conect to Hotspots rather than the internet.
1) Go to "Options" >> "Advanced options" >> "Browser" >> If you have "Internet browser" selected, change it to "Hotspot browser", and if "Hotspot browser" is selected change it to "Internet browser".
I tried all the solutions that are being suggested by the members of this forum and I can assure you none of them worked. If you do a search on the internet regarding this issue with the BB Bold 9780 you will see it is on the BB Forums and Crackberry Forums and guess what no one has sorted the problem. The issue here is the HH3 it is nothing to do with the BB because I have connected mine to various other networks without any issues at all and one of them was the HH2.
I discussed the problem with Customer Services and I was told engineers were working on the problem after about 4 calls.
The router I bought actually outperforms the HH3 so I am quite happy. For info I bought the Netgear WNDR3700 which is also compatable with DD-WRT firmware.