Just moved in, was told I can self-install as the block was built with Virgin inside it.
There are three coax cables in the loft. I've bought a female-to-female converter in order to plug it in but none of them seems to work (green flashing light on the router).
When I rang support, they said that they could see the hub on the network but that it wasn't responding to their pings. Any ideas? Can tell a bunch of flats have virgin because there are about 10 'VM' routers coming up on my wifi search.
3rd Time Is a Charm? Trying to get an engineer out
Have had two engineers out so far - they were struggling to open the box at the bottom of by block of flats (jammed shut) to check the cable was plugged in. The last engineer managed to open up the box with my help - turns out my flat's cable was plugged in, and the connection to the internal cabinet for the flat block was completely fine.
They've traced the cable up to my flat using a toner - issue is that despite confirming there is a cable run, it has no connection on the end in my flat. The engineer suggested he needs to get an electrician out to re-run the cable via the existing route to my flat, and that he would book it in for me.
Haven't had anything booked and when I get through to the mobile support they just seem confused. Any idea how to solve this?