I know which connection is my home hub. Besides it being on the card on the hub its the only BT one in the area. Most people are sky within connecting distance.
Reseting my Kindle worked which is why I suggested it.
However there are lots of general problems with the Amazon site so perhaps when these are sorted out everything will be back to normal.
A lot of people with various different BT broadband routers/hubs on Amazon Kindle help are having problem connecting and loads of folk with other ISPs are saying they aren't having a problem. Its not just me but a common BT only problem.
I am having problems with the site to but on Kindle help its only BT Broadband users who are having this problem
Is it possible to change DNS servers on a kindle, if so try 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11
After my latest restart of my kindle (one of the suggestions on kindle community I'd tried an it hadn't helped) I was able to re put in my wi fi lo on details and it actually connect. It seems it was some sort of temporary problem or somebody somewhere has fixed something and now it works.
[RESOLVED] DNS problems for end users on British Telecom ISP in the UKless
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7:04 AM PDT End users using a single ISP, British Telecom, in the UK are experiencing failures when resolving cloudfront.net domain names. We are working with the ISP to resolve this issue. As a workaround, end users can change their resolvers to use a public DNS resolver and successfully resolve cloudfront.net names.
10:10 AM PDT Between 3:07 AM and 9:41 AM PDT, end users using a single ISP, British Telecom, in the UK experienced failures when resolving cloudfront.net domain names. The issue has now been resolved and the service is operating normally.