on 06-11-2013 15h32
I finally got hold of a BT Home Hub 5 (Type A) and it seems that I can't port forward, I get the same bug as the Home Hub 3.0 (Type A) where I get the error "Conflict The game or application you’ve selected conflicts with an application () you’ve already assigned to another device. Please remove the other application or select the same device."
I tried calling BT, but they want £10 for technical support, I'm not looking for support, I'm looking to ask if the Home Hub 5 does indeed have the same bug as the Home Hub 3 and if so, will it be fixed or will I have to repeatedly call BT and pester them for a Type B Home Hub?
on 11-07-2013 9h41
Just wondering if there have been any issues regarding port forwarding and the HH5. I am considering getting one, if only to save on the power to two devices, and save a socket!
My HH 3b I have tamed for loopback as well as port forwarding, so don't want to lose that facility.
on 07-11-2013 10h07
on 07-11-2013 11h57
The ports which then cause a conflict are for a PC copy of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 - TCP: 3074, 27014-27050
UDP: 3074, 3478, 4379-4380, 27000-27030
When I try port forwarding ports for my Teamspeak 3 server (9987-9999 (UDP), 10011 (TCP) and 30033 (TCP)) run the server software and check ports 9987-9999 at http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/ it reports that these are closed, so not only is it NOT portforwarding for Black Ops 2, it doesn't even portforward when it claims it has!
09-11-2013 5h25 - edited 09-11-2013 5h27
I'm having the same problem. Well similar. It will let me port forward to one device (well it says it has), but then the rule I set up disappears from the game or application list.
If I try and set the port forwarding rule up again (even under a different name) and try applying it to another device I get the same error message as danspy1994.
on 11-11-2013 13h21
If this is the same problem dragged over from HomeHub 3 firmware, BT are going to have a serious amount of customer complaints, I renewed my BT Infinity 2 contract, just to get this Hub 5 and it appears to have the same bug as the Hub 3. I hope BT release a firmware update very soon...
on 14-11-2013 14h58
Perhaps I will have better luck with the forum as the phone customer service is terrible.
I had a HomeHub 3 type A and found I could not do ANY port forwarding on it. After speaking to "customer service" they told me there was not a problem with the homehub as I could access the internet. I told them I could, but could not port forward. So after over an hour talking to people who did not know what they were talking about they agreed to send me another HomeHub 3 (with a 50% chance it would be the Type B as I believe it does not have forwarding problems.)
So the new HomeHub 3 arrived only to be a Type A. So I called BT again to do the same thing and they then told me I was entitled to a HomeHub 5. After speaking to their technical department who ASSURED me port forwarding would work they sent one out. So I have set the new hub up and guess what (HomeHub 5 type A), port forwarding is still broken.
I have ran external tests and it tells me the ports are definitly closed. In this case I am trying to set up IP Cameras, but I can't set up anything to port forward: VNC, network drives, NOTHING.
So BT, what is the problem and can you replace yet another faulty HomeHub with a Type B please?