Recently had a 2nd tivo box installed in a garage conversion and as a result engineer was kind enough to supply virgin boosters. When she left the signal was strong (full bars) and all good. Recently the signal has been intermittent following a power cut and despite repairing signal really poor. 3 calls to VM later, tried all resets, just been passed from pillar to post and last call I was being to an engineer would visit (at last) then he cut me off after 50 mins on the phone. Someone please help. What do I have to do to get someone to help resolve this. Clearly I can’t do it on my own.
Tried it all. When the engineer came she initially said the booster would require a different password but then said she’d managed to get both working off the same ip and I suspect that’s not the case now however I can see an alternative network to try. Think I’ve tried everything they’ve suggested and just want an engineer to sort but have failed to get through to anyone who can assist with this. It’s enougn to make you question loyalty.
Its quite expensive to send a technician hense there reluctance to send one. If you see the alternative network the password to join that network is on a sticker on the rear of the wifi part of the booster
In regards to the separation of the wireless networks, with the Hub 3 it broadcasts both 2.4 and 5 GHz network as one rather than separately. To make it easier for devices to connect too you can try to separate them.
To do this type in 192.168.0.1 in the address bar > sign in with the details underneath the router > on the left click into Advanced Settings > Wireless then Security. This will allow you to change the name and passwords of the networks.
If that fails, there could be an issue with the Booster itself and you can call through to us for a replacement. We are limited to how much we can do when it comes to wireless as it is so heavily effected by different interference's in the home that are completely outside our control.