Bt Home Hub Dhcp Not Working
Replacement required. I see this so often and didn't realise this is related just to the HH5. I couldn't change the DHCP range to include 192.168.0.2 - I don't know why, but the Hub says that the range won't work with the hub.I have now reset the lighting I could back mine up and transfer it to a new one. this contact form
This guide may help. You may need to hold in the button for a second or two to put the hub in pairing mode. Similarly my XBox One, Chromecast and Xbox 360 just don't even try and connect when they don't get an IP address. specuially when my neighbours cheap TalkTalk router has been making full use of them for a while now.As you can see DFS channels 100 and above can also broadcast at a
Bt Home Hub 5 Dhcp Settings
Posted 4 years ago # stilltortoise - Member All devices are (intentionally)set with reserved IP addresess but I've not individually configured any device with a static IP. Using static IP addresses on your home network Message 3 of 27 (9,985 Views) Reply uktw Newbie Posts: 11 Registered: 19-08-2013 0 Re: Home Hub 4 and DHCP/StaticIP issues Options stevenoon View Public Profile Find More Posts by stevenoon 20-08-2007, 17:34 #16 stevenoon Forum Member Join Date: May 2004 Posts: 1,617 Spoke to the BT Total Broadband Technical Helpdesk We have solved the problem by deleting the saved WiFi key and deliberately entering an incorrect one and then re-entering the correct WiFi key.
cptnstup1d View Public Profile Find More Posts by cptnstup1d Previous Thread | Next Thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Search this Thread Advanced Search Forum Jump Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean BTCare Community Forums / Broadband Connections & Broadband extras from BT / Connected Device & Other Broadband Discussions / BT HomeHub 5A Message 9 of 12 (2,476 Views) Reply Steven_Smith Beginner Posts: 4 Registered: 07-07-2014 0 Re: BT HomeHub 5A and DHCP IP Addressing Issue Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe Bt Wifi Failed To Obtain Ip Address Message 6 of 17 (9,935 Views) Reply karlfranz Beginner Posts: 4 Registered: 03-08-2013 0 Re: Devices unable to obtain IP address (BT HomeHub 5) Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe
I am completely bu**ered as I have clients trying to connect to my servers and all they get is a timeout ... Bt Homespot Not Connecting I thought at first it was an IP address clash with one of my other devices. I was fairly dissapointed when exactly the same problem happened with the new hub. It can't be the DHCP server in the HH because it is supplying addresses for Ethernet.
Bt Home Hub 5 Dhcp Not Working
Posted 4 years ago # somouk - Member A 24 hour lease on clients is a little strange even for BT, on all of their other gear I've used it's been https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/Home-Hub-5-DHCP-Issues/td-p/1587194 Message 43 of 325 (3,573 Views) Reply AndyCoffin Contributor Posts: 97 Registered: 12-11-2012 0 Re: BT Smart Hub (Home Hub 6) Bug Reporting + Improvements [Edited] Options Mark as New Bt Home Hub 5 Dhcp Settings Eg, your PC has a reserved address in DHCP of 192.168.0.2, and you've also got your PS3 statically configured as 192.168.0.2 rather than using DHCP? Bt Smart Hub Dhcp Not Working Posted 4 years ago # damo2576 - Member I had this problem, go into the settings and change the lease time to the longest you can.
Posted 4 years ago # almightydutch - Member 21 days is the max a BT Home hub will do on the DHCP lease Never had any issues with mine as it weblink A few hours after the swap I noticed that I was no longer receiving IP Addresses via DHCP; Earlier in the day, I had configured the BT Home Hub 5 to Any advice gratefully appriciated. Message 2 of 27 (9,990 Views) Reply Keith_Beddoe Distinguished Sage Posts: 33,365 Registered: 27-01-2010 0 Re: Home Hub 4 and DHCP/StaticIP issues Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to Bt Homespot Ip Address
You can reserve IP addresses for given MAC addresses, but regardless of that DHCP should try and renew the same IP where possible (which for a home LAN should be 'always'). I have been advised by BT to speak to Dell first and then possibly re-install Windows. I have been unable to uninstall the TCP/IP driver - how can I do this - use safe mode? navigate here Reply Topic Options Subscribe to this Topic's RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page « Message Listing
Again, the settings changes are lost after saving.Not really a fault, but my conversations with the BT Helpline regarding above have only had amusement value (if you think being told to Bt Home Hub Dhcp Lease Time I absolutely rely on this facility and BT advertise it as one of their features (mostly for web cameras etc) so I need to have it work reliably or I have Registered in England 112955.
The guide linked to above is of no help because it refers to HH3 Do you mean you want to give a device on your LAN, the same LAN IP address
Push a pin in the recessed hole at the rear for about 20 seconds until the lights flash. Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean BTCare Community Forums / Broadband Connections & Broadband extras from BT / Connected Device & Other Broadband Discussions / Home Hub 5 Posted 4 years ago # stilltortoise - Member UPDATE - just checked the settings and several devices are set with reserved IP addresses. Bt Homespot Failed To Obtain Ip Address Thanks.
It's very annoying and the first thing I changed after BT's call centre got me to hard reset the HomeHub5The DHCP Network Range is in as the default option: 192.168.1.64-192.168.1.253I did Steve. once it had decided (IMO correctly) to change to channel 11 the signal strenth picked up by my iMac increased...Still drops though I'd heard this happening when setting the channel manually his comment is here In fact i'd say its quite uncommon for it to be renewing the lease and distributing different IP's to devices Posted 4 years ago # stilltortoise - Member Sorry all, got
and this is in the advanced settings for the wireless card driver. I realize that is not possible with all devices.... I suppose it's possible that, as I didn't hard reset the router the DHCP table survives resets on the HH5 and so this wasn't a full-proof test.Has anyone got any thoughts, I have powered up the hub and connected to the Internet via Ethernet using my PC with no problems but when we try to connect wirelessly using our laptop the hub
However... After about 30mins (although this is a real guess) everything will just suddenly start working again (I may have to push some wireless devices back onto the network by manually reconnecting Also my powerline network then connects with a BTHomeSpot 500 wifi extender which is the network for two Sonos Play 1 devices (both were plugged in to the mains and turned Message 9 of 27 (3,816 Views) Reply nick11 Beginner Posts: 5 Registered: 14-05-2015 0 Re: Home Hub 4 and DHCP/StaticIP issues Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to this
You'll see 'Autoconfiguration IP address: 168/9.x.x.x' - there's your proof DHCP is failing.Try other devices, if they are not doing the job report back here and we'll see what else we I used to do that on my old router and within the DHCP scope. Anyone had this problem or have any advice on dealing with it? It seems crazy that a device should be able to knock out a network because of some sort of compatibility issue.