I've had my BT Home Hub 3 and BT Infinity 40meg unlimited plan for about a year now, but I have recently got a Sky+HD Package and I have also activated Anytime+. The problem is that I have connected an Ethernet cable to my Sky+HD box (like it says that you should) but I don't want to connect it via WiFi because that will cost me an extra £60 and I would rather just use a cable. The cable is working fine, but it's still not connecting, so I searched the internet and the solution is most likely going to be that I need to change my MultiPlexing Methods on my BT Home Hub Version 3 from VC to LLC.
So I would love some help with this, and I need to know how to change my MultiPlexing Method from VC to LLC preferably without having to ring up BT, but I don't mind if I HAVE to. I would much rather prefer to be able to do this from my BT Home Hub 3 Manager (as in the page when you go to 192.168.1.254). I know that it counts as ADSL Settings, but under that it doesn't give any MultiPlexing Methods like i've been told that it should.
Any Help Will Be Much Appreciated,
I'm very sorry john46, I must disagree 100% I have connected as you describe, on a sky + HD standard box and a Sky+ HD 2TB box, both via a Home network to my BT Home Hub 3 and whereas the standard box retains Anytime + or On Demand as it is now known, the 2TB box refuses to retain the On Demand information.
On the Sky Forums it has been suggested that the Mux setting on the router should be changed to LLC from VC. So can you please answer the question, can this be done and how?
hi, i would like to know this too please, i am not techy but i cant get a wirless connector to work with bt home hub 3, sky says i need to change adsl setting multiplexing to llc based on my home hub to connect, can you please tell me where i can do this, i dont want to have to move my bt broadband to sky just to get this to work
if you go to services on remote then settings then network does it show anything?
I use a netgear which is set to vc based in multiplexing and have no problems with on demand on 2 sky hd boxes
yes of course, it is connected to the router according to the tv, but fail in both the local connection and local service boxes