Yes i have looked and its £124 at PC World, I had the N55U for my Broadband (BT) and had no issue's, so will give it a few days and see what happens (If I have more then 10 disconnects between now and Wednesday) then will get DSL-N66U, just dont understand why firmware updates / OpenRG / CWMP are such a issue with BT HomeHub 5.
Never had these issues with my BT Voyager 2091 only if that would work with Infinity!!!!
Yeah was thinking that but would rather have a 1 box solution (only one looking good is DSL-N66U) due to power sockets free, also not sure what to get and how to set up as the N55U needs some adjusting to work with Fibre...
Yeah I came across that too, might just see what my disconnect rate is come Wednesday and buy the DSL-N66U, or unless a magical new update appears (1.7 or 2.0) to solve all our issues and bring peace to the HH5 world...
Hope to find fix from this thread other then buy new router.
I seen post from pepole say buy a new router I don't have £50 or £100 spear pound to spend on a router.
I still getting drops no connection alway seem when I watching a video send an email or on Xbox never seen to happing when I'm not using it.
Don't see why I should pay for a router I'm paying enought.
Is there going to be a Home Hub 6 soon could I get one?
I'm on my second HH5 in the first 4 months of being in Infinity.
My first HH was more than likely damaged by a power outage/disruption in Jan 15. BT tested it and confirmed that it was damaged.
My replacement HH has only been in use for 2 weeks and it's already playing up. Two reboots that I noticed last night and then no reboots for about 18 hours. Now it reboots as regular as clockwork every 2 hours, at 3 minutes past the hour. This has occured 5 times now. It'll go off, reboot and then immediateley reboot again. Then all is fine until 2 hours later.
BT, in conversation tonight, say that the HH5 is working fine and there's no problem at their end. Thanks for stating the bleeding obvious. They suggested that I swap the ethernet cable around and use the opposite ends. Plus changing which port it's connected to on the back of the HH5. In the next phonecall, 2 hours later, it was suggested that it might be the wall socket that is powering the HH5!!!!!!!!!! I was asked to change which wall socket it was connected to. I did this and two hours later, another double reboot. Another change of socket, and you guessed it, 2 hours later another double reboot. I'll be running an extension from the neighbours house before long.
Why can't BT just admit that the HH5 is a POS, instead of dicking everyone about.