Well, if you read through the forum you will find that wireless problems are very common. WiFi works on an unlicenced frequency band which is shared by many different devices, so is subject to all sorts of interference.
It fine for web browsing or e-mail, but not usually for streaming media, unless you have a good signal, and every device is wireless "n" capable.
I have a BT Home Hub 3 physically connected to a PC which has full internet access. When I connect to the hub via wireless it is saying that there is no Internet access available.
What am I not doing?
have you disconnected the cable before trying wireless?
can you see your hub ssid in wireless networks available? if so try and connect then enter the wireless password which is on pullout in hub
After my previous query regarding wireless card not picking up HH2, a question.
I had Infinity installed on monday and very pleased I am too. But, the same wireless card that wouldn't pick up HH2 wouldn't pick up HH3. It would pick up a Netgear, Talk-Talk, Virgin and Btfon but, not the hub that was about 15' away. My tecky took it back and it connected to about 6 hubs but, again no Bt hubs, but only a BTfon.
My question is this. I assume that the frequency of the hubs are all governed by set specs, so how come the BT hubs seem to have a frequency outside of the card specs in my clunker? My tecky says it's 'bizarre!' and a friend who knows an awful lot about TV and wireless is completely baffled.
have you tried checking the manufacturers website for an updated driver for you network card.
if you card is not 'n' rated have you tried changing the hub from default b/g/n to just b/g?
I assume from your nice comment that you managed to get it to work