Updating bt home hub
Many BT customers are complaining that the setup procedure for the smart wireless speaker, which should be relatively straightforward, is running into issues when trying to connect to a wireless network created by the BT Home Hub router.
If you're having trouble connecting the Amazon Echo or Echo Dot to your BT Home Hub's Wi-Fi, then read on to find out what you can do to fix those problems and get it up and running.
The BT Home Hub is a dual band router, which means it creates two Wi-Fi networks – one on the 2.4GHz band, and one on the 5GHz band.
Although separate, these networks have the same name and this could be confusing the Amazon Echo.
This lets you gain access to a menu where you can tweak your router settings.Today 1 in 6 UK devices has IPv6 connectivity and when BT complete it’ll be closer to 1 in 3.Imperial College also spoke about their network which has IPv6 enabled everywhere.Click 'Advanced Settings' from the menu that appears, then select 'Wireless'.You'll need to enter in your admin password – this can be found on the settings card that's stuck to the back of the Hub.