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Gmmac
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Plusnet hub 2 or bt hub 2

I have been using the bt hub 6 for many years because the plusnet hub 1 was pants , I now have full fibre is the bt hub 2 far better for WiFi than plusnet hub 2 ?? Many thanks
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HPsauce
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Re: Plusnet hub 2 or bt hub 2

Do you mean the BT Smart Hub aka Hub 6? I think that's pretty much the same as a PN Hub 2 for WiFi EXCEPT you can give different names to the two bands.

One reason I'll probably use the Smart Hub/6 I have rather than the Hub2 PN sent me when my SOGEA/FTTC line is installed tomorrow. 🙂

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Re: Plusnet hub 2 or bt hub 2

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@Gmmac 

No, they both use the same hardware so will be the same. The Hub 2 will automatically configure.

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geev
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Re: Plusnet hub 2 or bt hub 2

Yes, PN Hub 2 automatically configured during today's FTTP upgrade here, completed in one hour, at 1pm .
The Open Reach Optical Network Terminal (ONT) , S/N ALCLFDxxxxxx cm dimension ~ 9 x 8 x 3 , works well as expected.


[" it seems that the device is likely an ONT (Optical Network Terminal) produced by Alcatel-Lucent (now part of Nokia). The "ALCLFD" prefix in the serial number suggests that it may be associated with Alcatel-Lucent's product line" ] --search result

So, is that ONT model made by Alcatel or Huawei?