Due to set up Asus 2 band router . Is it best to use same address for 2&5 GHz or split with different names . Getting conflicting answers on the web . Never set up a dual band so a bit in the dark . I presume if I split it will show 2 networks available and it's then a matter of seeing what is best for each device trying to access the internet. Or have I completely got it wrong ( more than likely!!)
I feel your pain!! - It's the same in my house (Or was until I got the Archer C7)
When you get the router follow this procedure to connect it:
1. Navigate to 192.168.0.1 2. Log in to the Hub 3. Go to 'Modem mode' (on the left) and put the hub into modem mode 4. Wait until the bottom light on the Hub turns magenta / red (HUB 3) (can take about 5 minutes) 5. Turn off the Hub 6. Power on and set up your new router as per the manufacturers instructions 7. Plug an ethernet cable (usually supplied with the new router) from port 1 on the Hub into the WAN (usually blue) socket on the new Router 8. Power on the Hub and wait about 5-10 minutes until it stabilises - You should have internet!
So trying to install Asus router and after trying in the 192.168.0.1 it ask for my password ... Not recognised !! I've written it down and access all the virgin apps etc with same password ? Any ideas as getting totally fed up with this virgin BB