BT Home Hub 3 Router Manual (Setup & Configuration)

There is no better technical help than having the manual of any given product. Fortunately, we are presenting router guide for BT Home Hub 3 router. If you need help on topics like web panel access for management, router hard reset, parental control settings, band width allocation, changing your router IP or password from default, port forwarding, then reading this guide is a must.

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BT Infinity
User Guide
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Learn about…
Your BT Home Hub and BT Infinity service.
Help and troubleshooting
Online Help, connection troubleshooting and general questions.
Your BT Home Hub and Openreach modem
Lights, buttons, features and set-up.
Useful information
Somewhere to note details and find contacts.
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Your complete broadband package includes lots of great features to
help you get the most out of the internet.
Use this section to learn about your service
BT Infinity
BT Home Hub
Openreach modem
Wireless broadband
Connecting with a cable (wired broadband)
BT Infinity features and services
BT Broadband Desktop Help
BT Broadband Talk
Broadband speed
Learn about…
Learn about…
Learn about…
Your BT Home Hub
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Learn about…
BT Infinity
BT Infinity uses a high-speed fibre optic cable to carry broadband between your
local telephone exchange and a BT cabinet near where you live.
To install BT Infinity for your home, a BT engineer will connect the fibre optic cable
at the BT cabinet to your telephone line. The engineer will fit a special modem in
your home, set up your new Hub and connect your computer to the Hub (making
sure your computer connects to the internet).
Fibre optic cables can carry broadband much faster than standard telephone wires,
so you’ll get a much faster internet connection. This means you’ll enjoy even faster
speeds (up to 40Mb*) for surfing, gaming and music downloads and much quicker
uploads (up to 2Mb or 10Mb*, depending on which product you’ve bought) for
large emails and photos.
To find out more about BT Infinity, go to
BT Home Hub
Your new BT Home Hub has been designed especially for the BT Infinity service.
The BT engineer will set up your new Hub when installing BT Infinity. Your new
BT Home Hub will replace your old Hub, if you have one. (You may want to keep
your old Hub or router safe in case you move back to standard broadband.)
You can use your new Hub to connect computers to the internet using wired or
wireless connections. Your Hub automatically shares the internet across separate
computers and devices (e.g. games consoles) and BT services such as BT Broadband
Talk and BT Vision.
To find out more about your new BT Home Hub, see page 35.
* When you placed your order, we gave an estimate of the best speed your line could support. This may be a lot lower than
the‘up to’ speeds shown here.
Learn about…
Your BT Home Hub