Yes, - Seems to work well and stable. I am on infinity 2 - for those out of loop that is slow infinity - i.e. on a 40mbs loop but best most of us get is 15mbs or so. (Infinity 1 is 80mbs+)
I want to give it a while longer before finally commenting on router choice but happy so far. Range much better than HH5
I was running an apple MacExtreme (DSL only) via the open reach vsdl box, Mac performed well but open reach kept loosing speed. Hoping the inbuilt vsdl router here will be more stable, even if not faster. However may unfortunately rest with BT exchange.
The HH5 is complete pants, very unstable, particularly for busy households with phones / iPads etc. If you have more than 5 or 6 connecting it is worth getting rid of. That cured wifi drop outs - as common as the adverts on UTV. For those considering -
If you want to use it is easy to set up as long as you have new firmware - I believe version 07 is the latest. Download firmware using your old system first, plug in router and update. Then go through quick connect wizard and all works. Setup Problems- 1) If you have old firmware you probably will not get the internet working but everything else appears to work.2) If you get Annex A or B you have not got your modem cable properly plugged in. DSL light needs to be on.
For Homehub 5 use email@example.com
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