on 17-04-2011 22h56
18-04-2011 19h20 - edited 18-04-2011 19h50
Did it work ?
I couldn't follow the instructions as they didn't seem to refer to the current Hub Manager.
on 19-04-2011 10h22
OK you seem to be a bit mad - does anyone else have any practical advice? The link above is 2 years old and is impossible to follow.
on 19-04-2011 16h21
I am not mad by any means Just for you I called my brother up and double checked, he screen shared with me and reset his home hub and AE to factory settings then ran through it and it all connected again.
on 19-04-2011 19h11
Well that's very kind of you, I'm glad you managed to confirm that you aren't mad and your brother is happy with his connection, is there any chance that you could SHARE what he did? I mean that is the point of a forum isn't it?
That link has about 4 possible cures, so for a start I don't even know which one your brother is using, that alone would save me a bit of time! None of them have worked so far.
Also, as I said before, the most detailed fix has a list of actions that don't appear to refer to BTHH3 at all, it being from 2008. (E.g. it says change the Wireless settings on the HH3 to 128bit - there is no option for this).
What I, and possibly many others need, is clear, concise, up to date instructions.
Maybe your brother could come on here or do a video on YT or something - there's going to be a lot more people needing to know as take up of Infinity increases around the country.
on 20-04-2011 0h36
1) WPA&WPA2 is 128bit
2) I have SHARED as you put it (caps = screaming) by posting the Apple furom that helped him with his connection for the HH2 and HH3
3) There is only ONE "cure" the rest are the same but incomplete versions.
"What I, and possibly many others need, is clear, concise, up to date instructions."
4) They were provided for you.
5) jimmynitcher meet google.com, google.com meet jimmynitcher.