I currently have Virgin Broadband 100mb and I’m using the Super Hub 3 as my router. Unfortunately, the Wi-fi signal isn’t very good as I get dreadful speeds in my bedroom and kitchen. I’ve inherited a Sky Q router which I’d like to use as my main router as I’ve heard it has a better reach, but I can’t for the life of me get it to work.
29/10/09 - 22:19 in Virgin Media Broadband #1 I have had Virgin Media broadband installed today, and have just tried to set up the wireless router which seemed to all go ok. I can connect to the internet perfectly well with the ethernet cable, yet when I remove this … Superfast fibre broadband from Virgin Media. Up to 362Mbps average download speeds, available all over the UK. Get more with Virgin Media. Virgin Media offers superfast broadband, so it needs a super-powered router to handle that. And sure enough, the Hub 3 is capable of supporting download speeds up to 1Gb. That's more than enough, even for VIVID 200 - and means it's future-proof enough for any improvements the provider makes to its services later on. The Virgin Media Super Hub lets you connect more than 20 different devices so you can play games, download files and stream music simultaneously – and all at rapid speeds. It's also 5GHz compatible (unlike BT's Home Hub 3 and routers from other providers). 5GHz is a less congested frequency, so you get faster wireless performance for all your Broadband Router 3 weeks ago Can I prioritise devices on my router? 0 Kudos Reply. Highlighted. 20.95K; I do not work for Virgin Media - all opinions expressed
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My setup: V6 TV box, M350 Fibre broadband with Hub 3 in modem mode connected to a Netgear R7000 router. Telewest/VM user since 2001. I'm a Very Insightful Person , I'm here to share knowledge, I don't work for Virgin Media. Enter 192.168.0.1 into the address bar of your browser, the settings page will then load; Note: If you have enabled Modem Mode on the Hub 3 you will need to use 192.168.100.1 instead.