The Superhub gives very poor wifi coverage upstairs, so I have obtained a Huawei WS320 wifi repeater as an interim measure before buying a router for modem mode.
The Huawei manual and posts by huawei reviewers say:
- press the WPS button on the router.
- press button on the Huawei and wait for the green ready light to come on
- move the huawei repeater to a place where wifi is weak to boost signal
The green light on the Huawei did not come on.
According to article 'Using the Push N Connect button to add a WPS client to the Virgin Media Super Hub' at VM http://help.virginmedia.com/system/s...ER_TYPE=Cable:
'1. Press and hold the Virgin Media button on the Super Hub for two seconds, and then release the button (holding down the button for too long will disable the wireless signal altogether).
The Virgin Media light should blink red and blue for a period of up to two minutes while the Super Hub searches for nearby compatible WPS devices.'
I pressed the button on the Superhub for 2-3 seconds (the one with the Virgin logo on the front panel), but it did not blink red and blue. Tried many times.
I phoned Virgin customer support and was told that the Superhub does not have a WPS button (older (super)hubs had he said).
What is the truth?