Nov 09, 2018 · TalkTalk offer the new Wi-Fi Hub to customers signing up for Faster Fibre broadband, and send out the older Super Router (shown above) to new Fast Broadband (non-fibre) customers. Those taking out Fast Broadband do have the option of upgrading to the Wi-Fi Hub, but the Super Router is completely sufficient for a non-fibre connection.

TalkTalk has a new router available to its 4 million broadband customers in the UK. The router is made by Sagemcom and called the FAST 5364. The company will sell you one for £120 here but it comes for free if you get the Faster Fibre Broadband package; or for £30 with the Fast Broadband package. Jul 09, 2018 · Here, that modem is built into the TalkTalk unit. The TalkTalk Wi-Fi Hub costs £120, and though it will work with other broadband providers it's optimised for TalkTalk. If you're a new customer May 26, 2020 · TalkTalk customers just log in to My Account and select SuperSafe Boost for just £3 per month. SuperSafe Boost includes Online Defence internet security for protecting up to 10 of your family’s devices from internet nasties plus Password Manager - which is all worth over £140 a year. Apr 19, 2019 · Web admin interface of the TalkTalk Wi-Fi Hub Wireless router. How do you turn off wifi? - Duration: 8:06. icannotgetafreename 22,271 views. 8:06. Swap Your ISP's 'Router'. NOW.

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Apr 19, 2019 · Web admin interface of the TalkTalk Wi-Fi Hub Wireless router. How do you turn off wifi? - Duration: 8:06. icannotgetafreename 22,271 views. 8:06. Swap Your ISP's 'Router'. NOW.

On the Hub's back case, there's a whole lot more going on. First you'll see a removable card at the top telling you your network's name, Wi-Fi password, and admin password for the Hub Manager - which you'll need if you want to change the router's settings. To change the admin password on your BT Smart Hub, start by opening a new web browser on a device connected to your Hub and type 192.168.1.254 in the address bar - this will open the Hub manager. Click Advanced Settings. Click System. Enter the admin password. The DHCP functionality of Smart Hub is clearly broken. For example, I keep trying to set a device as having a static IP and the Smart Hub keeps setting it back to DHCP. Rather than to to keep fighting with Smart Hub, I'm thinking of switching off DHCP and attaching another device (e.g. Raspberry Pi, Apple AirPort Express) to act as the DHCP server.