Thanks for your post and welcome to the forums. It's great having you on board with us in the Community.
I'm sorry to hear that you are having an issue with your hub picking up the DOCSIS 3.1 channel.
In order to resolve this, can you please hold the reset pin on the new modem device for a minimum of 60 seconds and this then should kick the Hub into play. If it doesn't connect to the 3.1 channels after this, we'll need to book an engineer out.
Kath thanks for your reply. The issue isn’t that my hub is at fault. I’ve had a engineer already attend and replace the hub and the old nor the new hub pick up 3.1 channels. The engineer called his manager and found my account hasn’t been set up to receive the 3.1 channels when it should have been. I can assure you doing what you say probably won’t work but happy to try it for you.
I tried your solution earlier this evening and the hub still doesn’t pick up at docsis 3.1 channels. please do read my previous reply as well as it will explain having a engineer attend won’t help. please respond as soon as possible as this has now been going on for months and months. thanks
I got this directly from an area field manager in another area as there was another customer experiencing the same issues when trying to lock on to the DOCSIS 3.1 channel. We don't set up accounts to connect to the different, these are automatically done.
As you have a different area field manager to the other customer, I have emailed them to find out the best way to proceed here for you.
I had this issue recently with my fathers account. Turned out to be an external network issue from a new install.
Internally the flat was fine, then the engineer tested the second part of the connection before it went out to the street and hadn't been setup correctly or something was faulty. Usually it's nothing due with anything in your home. I had to jump through a lot of hoops mind you to resolve it.