Can't answer the question, but if you stll have your good wifi Netgear you could alter its default IP address (currently 192.168.0.1?) to one on the Home Hub subnet, (192.168.1.250?), making sure the same address cannot be allocated to another connection by the HH, then connect them by ethernet and use the Netgear Wifi instead of (or as well as if the ethernet cable is long) the HH wifi. You also need to disable DHCP on the Netgear.
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