We have recently had BT Infinity installed, we are swapping out the homehub for a 2901 and an ASA. I am having some trouble with the router side of the config. My interface shows as up and is getting an IP address but I cannot get to the internet, I can run a trace that appears to be getting ou

The BT Home Hub 3 and 4 models support PPPoA for ADSL and PPPoE for VDSL2, in conjunction with an Openreach-provided VDSL2 modem to support BT's FTTC network (BT Infinity). Version 5 of the Home Hub, released in August 2013, includes a VDSL2 modem for fibre-optic connections. Hi My broadband has been down since beginning of July though BT didn't register a complaint officially before 7th July. i have that number. I have lost count of the number of calls I have made. I have been told since 6th July that first line of address is different between BT & Openreach. I was tol 1 day ago · HI, Just had BT to come out to identify a broadband fault, and they replaced my old BT master socket with a new dual-plug one "5c" - with a built-in microfilter. Fancy! My router is usually plugged in in another room, via a normal telephone extension cable. However as I have a new master BT broadband deals are likely one of the first names that comes to mind when you begin your search for a new internet plan. And if you've made up your mind, deciding BT is the place to be, you're

Re: WNDR3700 BT Infinity and IPV6 Yeah since any support you get here will not be suited to your needs and you'll confuse some people looking for ipv6 support on this router. You'd be more likely to ask if your isp supports ipv6 but tagging this dgnd 3700 is just not helpful to anyone.

Just been browsing the BT offers available to me and it says my broadband package is “Unlimited BT Infinity + Calls” and says I can get up to 52Mb Infinity 1 or up to 76Mb Infinity 2. My bill also shows as “Unlimited BT Infinity + Calls”. Seems a bit strange to me as I’m supposed to be on Infinity 1.

Re: Infinity problems with MTU again As mentioned earlier Windows XP was the only OS that needed it's network adapter tweaking for speeds over 10Mbps. Since then the OS should automatically detect and make any adjustments necessary including MTU.

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