on 29-11-2011 15:34
I can not connect to my Virgin Super Hub using this address http://192.168.0.1
My PC is running Windows XP and Internet Explorer.
I need to be able to do this so that I can change some settings in the hope that I can reliably use the hub again. It's been nothing but a pain the **bleep** so far.
Please advice what I should do in order to regain some functionality.
Moderately experienced computer guy.
on 29-11-2011 15:56
first thing to try would be - How do I reset the Virgin Media Super Hub? how you connecting to the hub wired/wireless?
on 29-11-2011 22:07
I connect 2 computers to it. 1 via an ethernet cable and the other via the wireless connection. The computer that connnects via the wireless connection is running Win XP and this is the computer that I've tried connecting to the hub with.
The wireless connection works, it just doesn't work very well. The connection cuts out quite regularly and when it is connected it isn't as fast as one would expect. On average it will take a few minutes to load a normal web page. So this is why I want to connect to my hub and change some settings to enhance the connection some how.
on 08-12-2011 15:12
Can you please confirm that you do not have proxy servers set up in your browsers? If you do not and you have already tried a pinhole reset to no avail we will need order a replacement for you.
on 17-12-2011 19:01
I have the same problem!!
My computer hasn't connected to the superhub using 192.168.0.1 for a long time now.
However, I was able to connect to it using 192.168.0.1/vmlogin. Well, I think it was that. I cleared my browser history and can't remember what comes after the "/" in the address.
Can somebody who can acess the router using 192.168.0.1 please post the url to the loin page?
Thanks in advance!
on 17-12-2011 19:30
still wont work
It was definately 22.214.171.124/"something" i just dont know what the something was
Thank you for trying though
on 20-12-2011 10:34
Have you tried a pinhole reset on the Superhub? If this doesn't work then we may need to replace it.