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Hub 3 ip range?

gilbo2
On our wavelength

Do the latest Hub 3’s allow you to change the LAN ip range?

(just signed up to M125 so assume this is what I’ll get)

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legacy1
Alessandro Volta

nope you need your own router

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legacy1
Alessandro Volta

nope you need your own router

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gilbo2
On our wavelength

Thank you, I feared as much.

Do any of the VM hubs allow the ip range to be changed?

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nodrogd
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@gilbo2 wrote:

Thank you, I feared as much.

Do any of the VM hubs allow the ip range to be changed?


On the residential service, no. I think the ones supplied for Virgin Business services do.

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gilbo2
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@nodrogd wrote:


On the residential service, no. I think the ones supplied for Virgin Business services do.


Thanks for the quick reply. Looks like I will have to get my own router then as previously suggested 😞

I do have an old Netgear WNDR3400 which will do for now but limits my Ethernet connections to 100mb.

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Client62
Hero

For about £40 or less a TP-LINK Router is available from Amazon with decent Wi-Fi and all 1Gb/s LAN & Network ports.

gilbo2
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@Client62 wrote:

For about £40 or less a TP-LINK Router is available from Amazon with decent Wi-Fi and all 1Gb/s LAN & Network ports.


I'll take a look at those, thanks. I don't need Wi-Fi as I have BT Whole Home discs, so I'll maybe find something even cheaper, or take the Wi-Fi as a bonus 🙂

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Client62
Hero

Make quite sure ( do not assume) the BT Whole Home discs are a full retail product that you can re-configure to work with another ISP.   A Wi-Fi Router is a bonus ... it gives you one more Wi-Fi AP in your home.

gilbo2
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@Client62 wrote:

Make quite sure ( do not assume) the BT Whole Home discs are a full retail product that you can re-configure to work with another ISP.


Good point, they are supposed to work with any ISP but will check first.

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