Although I technically can't discuss it, I wanted to prove that the HH3 is more than able to handle high speeds.
This is a public forum ( anyone can read the posts without logging in ) and you've published your speedtest result for all to see. Not exactly confidential any more, lol
The stats speak for themselves and as a demo of how the HH3 is fit for it's use and yes I'm on a FTTP connection and I'm not revealling the super secrets by that demo as much of the info is in the public domain already - in fact it's great advertising for BT! I just don't discuss my set up.
And this is not a London test, suprisingly it's Milton Keynes.
I'm in Milton Keynes too so it's absolutely no surprise to me. Sadly I'm not on the Bradwell Abbey exchange so I can't get FTTP. An ex-colleague is though, and he got on the 100Mb service when it was first brought in as a trial. If things have advanced since then, well that's progress !
BTs claims that the HH3 is the best WiFi router in its class
I think they only say it's their (BT's) fastest ever router.
Though I agree, they certainly imply it's much better than it is.
Funny thread. Not many realise there are two versions of the HH3, A and B, and the B uses the broadcom BCM6361. They are *totally* different routers. Different PCB. They just look the same on the outside. I think the A version had "issues" whereas the B is better. My B is solid, I get 76mbit over wifi, on 20mhz.
I almost give up with BT and the current HH im using.
Recently had infinity installed and wired connection is quick 30mb/s + howeve the wifi connection is less than 1mb/s all over the house.
I have triend everything to resolve the issue but the wifi speed is just random, some days is 15mb/s which is great other times I struggle to open google.
Any ideas or tips?
Just for the record the result below is from my HH3B. Its located upstairs and laptop from this result downstairs. I'm quite happy with it altough my old Netgear WNDR3400 has marginally better range.
Why have BT removed the "WPS" facility from their modems?
It certainly make's me think? WPS makes things easier to set up. Is there a security flaw with WPS?