It is a problem with a forum like this, things do tend to get lost in the "noise".
I have got to re-check some of my pages, to make sure that they can be displayed on an 800X600 display.
I stick to very basic html, no frames or scripts, which makes it easy to view on all devices I hope
Thanks again for your valuable contribution
Although BT have and can create a sticky on any forum section, I'm surprised we've not got the option, after all, it is a customer forum.
I have to agree with keeping things simple, that's why I didn't include any images on my first post. I admit the thought did cross my mind but would of been a waste of time when viewing on a mobile phone. Reading simple text on a mobile is much easier.
Thanks for your comment;)
It even works on the web browser built into the Kindle if you keep things simple.
Just closing this down.
Glad to report this has been working perfectly with no wifi drop out issues at all
(BT Softphone was a little flaky using the 3b wireless connection - yet to compare with the 3a, but could well be my upload speed or even my hot VP issue biting me in the bum).
Thank you for posting this guide - it seems to be exactly what I'm after as I have 2 HH3s (1 type A and 1 type B) at home and suffer from poor reception on one side of my house where I happen to have an ethernet cable available.
Can you help me with a few questions to make my tests a little easier....
Thanks for any advice you can offer.
I've been tinkering this evening, albeit with my HH3 type B as primary and HH3 type A as secondary and it works to a point but I hit an expected issue.
I can roam from primary wifi to secondary wifi but if I try to return it then fails.
Is this a known issue or because I'm using the A and B units reversed (I can't see why this would be however)?