I've had my BT Smart Hub installed for just over 2 days and I'm wondering if this information from my technical log is okay. I'm on BT Infinity 2.
BT Hub 6A
0 Days, 2 Hours 4 Minutes 51 Seconds
20.00 kbps / 80.00 kbps
Maximum data rate:
20000 / 91843
7 / 8.5
VPI / VCI:
Data sent / received:
25 MB Uploaded / 383 MB Downloaded
2.4 GHz wireless network name:
2.4 GHz wireless channel:
Smart (Channel 1)
5 GHz wireless network name:
5 GHz wireless channel:
Smart (Channel 36)
Looks fine. Full Infinity 2 speeds and some to spare with a maximum of 91.843 Mbps.
Interesting that the software version you're running is one only seen once before on the forums. Most report to be running SG4B100021EC, but it may be that BT have a later version they're now starting to deploy.
You might consider splitting the 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi names as this has been seen to cause some problems. See How do I change the wireless channel on my BT Hub? for details on how to do this.
Does it cause problems with cordless phones? As sometimes my broadband disconnects with a flashing orange light about 30 to 60 seconds after picking up whilst I recieve calls, the BT Home Hub 5 that I had before did the same but the BT Home Hub 3/BT Openreach modem didn't. I don't know if it's a line fault or a wireless or a modem fault with the Hub 5/Hub 6 with them both having the modem built in and the Hub 3 having a seperate modem. I have used the exact same BT MF50 microfilter with all 3.
As far as I'm aware it shouldn't cause problems with DECT phones. The issues I've seen reported are largely Apple devices that can connect to both 2.4 and 5GHz WiFi and seem to get confused if the same name is used for both.
The only Apple product that I ever owned was an iPod Touch 5th Generation and that is long gone.
You should be good then. Let's hope the Smart Hub doesn't give you any problems and you can enjoy all that speed!!!