on 07-06-2013 16h37
on 07-06-2013 17h14
there seems to be one thing missing about the Wireless range and it's the internal antenna on devices the less bars you have the less of a performance, like most radio receivers you need a good ariel to get the best signal, I do think wifi routers and receiving devices need external antennas (back to those mini rubber ducks sticking outside the router)
on 18-06-2013 17h19
on 18-06-2013 17h37
on 18-06-2013 18h44
Yes but as I said that's like putting a manual on a CD for trouble shooting why your cd won't read in your new CD-ROM drive.
In other words when someones BT BB goes off and they have no access and they go to someone else house non BtBB to research then they've got no chance of fixing these issues if the info is locked to BTBB users only.
p o r
on 18-06-2013 20h12
You can access my website via BT Wifi, BT FON, or BT Openzone, which BT Broadband users have free access to.
My website is locally hosted, and has a limited number of connections, and by putting it in a closed user group, I can eliminate search engines, and other unwanted accesses.
Most of the information is available from other sites on the Internet, I keep stuff on my site to save me having to repeat the same stuff each time the same question is asked. Its also there for other forum members to reference, if they want to.
My website is not connected with BT in any way, and BT offer their own help pages.
Forumhelp (personal website) is back, with lots of useful info for BT home broadband customers..
on 19-06-2013 11h20
Have you used BTfon / openzone from within a house. Good luck getting a connection where there are simply none. People are wiser now and switch off the pre-selected opted in btfon.
It's nice you've done that for BT users but BT should simply sticky it under READ THIS FIRST or under the more truthful heading HH performing poorly section..