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How to remove other devices connected to my BT Home hub?

Hi I got a BTHOMEHUB1.0, I got other devices connected to my broadband and I'm want to know how to remove them?

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Re: How to remove other devices connected to my BT Home hub?

What IP addresses have they been allocated?

 

You can normally delete devices from this menu

http://192.168.1.254/cgi/b/devs/cfg/?ce=1&be=1&l0=4&l1=4

 

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Re: How to remove other devices connected to my BT Home hub?

It doesn't disconnect the devices from the internet or broadband.

 

Keith_Beddoe

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Re: How to remove other devices connected to my BT Home hub?

What exactly are you trying to do, can you be more specific please?

 

You cannot disconnect devices permanently, if they are connected via a cable, or if they are connected by wireless, and have the wireless key.

 

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Re: How to remove other devices connected to my BT Home hub?


@alio01278 wrote:

It doesn't disconnect the devices from the internet or broadband.

 



It sounds like you're maybe looking for Access Control, but that's not a feature provided by the Home Hub 1, you'd need a newer Home Hub.

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Re: How to remove other devices connected to my BT Home hub?

It's also worth remembering that Home Hubs have long memories.  Mine is currently showing one computer as connected, even though it's been switched off for weeks.

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