on 04-07-2011 7h50
on 04-07-2011 10h08
bt isnt best so far they are overpriced,bt visions doesnt have any new programmes worth watching
the bt homehub is backdoor survelience snoop for bt to spy n monitor on what you are doing
bt is blocking p2p2 networks and torrents and they r controlled by the mpaa riia and greedy film companies in hollywood and record companies
after all bt if u cant fix the loopback problem on your router then get out and sort it out i neverh eard anyone having problem with virgin boradband i rather go with virginmedia 200 fibre optic line when it comes bt suxs and capp you
on 04-07-2011 11h49
on 04-07-2011 12h27
well it looks like you cant fix the loopback problem dont try to fob me off and try to close this subject case it hasnt been fixed so dont tell me to go or whatever i want a definate date for the fix for the loopback problem so i can use my pc as a server so has the bt hub team got a date or what??it not just me that is angry about this situation not being solved it other people with xbox360 and servers who pay for a rubbish spy on your network service
so lads n girls give a mention on here that you are still wiating for this case to cleared n solved with a simple firmware solution??
on 04-07-2011 12h44
on 04-07-2011 16h49
so what the answer then yes or no can they fix the loopback problem or what why dont the mods speak to the bt team and let them give a reply when they are gonna fix it??
on 04-07-2011 16h54
04-07-2011 18h37 - edited 04-07-2011 18h38
Yasi Grist! Demand, demand, demand!
Ok here's what you want to do.
Open an SSH session on your Home hub 3 (they removed telnet completely for some reason!)
Then type the following commands:
conf set admin/rmt_mng/ports/%/enabled 1
conf set admin/rmt_mng/ports/%/port
conf reconf 1
Oh wait a second. You can't SSH in on a stock Home Hub 3. You have to unlock it and remove the SSH LAN firewall entries first. You could always try and get one of the BT helldesk personnel to remote in and do it for you of course.
As a footnote. Yes this post is a bit flippant, however the above commands are real and do set it up for loopback which by the way, is switched off as default in ALL OpenRG firmwares.
on 05-07-2011 0h13
well if u got the right code to modify it then how come they can update the code through the firewall??simple they must know how to change the firewall settings and thust implete the code into it well bthomehub team getting wiritng into it and sort ito ut fast night
on 05-07-2011 1h02