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can anybody shed any light onto these hh5 log entries,never seen them before

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searching the web didnt give me much as to why 

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Re: can anybody shed any light onto these hh5 log entries,never seen them before

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Hi,

It's just BT messing around with your Hub.  Nothing to get concerned about.

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@Liam_ wrote:

Hi,

It's just BT messing around with your Hub.  Nothing to get concerned about.


i know its bt messing about 🙂 but wanted to know what SAAF framework was.

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As far as I can figure it refers to 'Self-Adaptive Authorization Framework'.  Part of the usual hub configuration process.  One of the many reasons I never use hubs.

 

Liam

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Re: can anybody shed any light onto these hh5 log entries,never seen them before

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Hi again,

Just came across this, it's from a couple of years or so back.

https://community.bt.com/t5/BT-Infinity-Speed-Connection/What-does-this-mean-in-the-homehub-logs/td-...

Look at message 8.  Might shed more light, or not, as the case may be.

 

Liam

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@Liam_ wrote:

As far as I can figure it refers to 'Self-Adaptive Authorization Framework'.  Part of the usual hub configuration process.  One of the many reasons I never use hubs.

 

Liam


thanks for that Liam 

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