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Routdevil
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home hub 3 help.

I have 2 home hub 3b's and want to link them by cable so I can use the wifi on both devices, just wondering if this is possible? I have looked online for ages now and can't find the info about.
If this is not possible is there a way to boost the range on the main home hub so I can connect in my acetic.

Any help will be great.
Thanks.
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Re: home hub 3 help.

That link is for the home hub 3a as main, I have to 2 home hub 3b's.
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@Routdevil wrote:
That link is for the home hub 3a as main, I have to 2 home hub 3b's.

You can try them, but you may find problems if you roam from one home hub to another, as the HH3b did have a software bug, which may have been fixed now.

The other alternative would be to use the BT wifi extender.

 

If you can connect your devices using an Ethernet cable, then a BT Broadband extender should work, as they use the mains wiring.

 

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Re: home hub 3 help.

My setup is as follows, I have a home hub 3 down in the main room I have cable running upto a cable hub up in the attic but my wifi does not reach my phones up in the attic, so I want to link the one home hub to another using cable to allow wifi to be used both down stairs and up in the attic.
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All I can suggest is that you follow the instructions as posted on that link, and see if it works.

 

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