If I turn one on after the other, the second Hub always transmits on channel 1, even though the first Hub already transmits on channel 1 and all other channels are unused.
Hub documentation says: "Sky assign different channels to your wireless network randomly to minimise interference with other networks in your area. It should not be necessary to change the wireless channel unless you notice interference problems from another nearby wireless network so Sky recommend leaving this set to auto"
Even if the channel selection is "random" as the documentation suggests, it always selects channel 1. I could manually set the channel on the second hub to 6 or 11, but this defeats the point of having an auto channel selector.
Clearly the "Auto" setting on the SR101 Hub just sets the channel to 1 regardless of interference from other networks and is never randomised either, so the "Auto" function in the Hub appears to be broken.
Considering how important it is to have wireless using the most uncongested frequency for performance, especially in the congested 2.4 Ghz area which these Hubs operate, a bug such as this potentially is slowing down a lot of wireless connections.