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5 Click Add.4 F ollow the link at the bottom of the page to theAdvanced Settings page.3 C lick the Broadband tab along the top, you willneed to click Disconnect if already connected.Unplug any existing broadband kit, then:Plug inIf you aren’t a BT broadband customer you willneed to enter your broadband configuration byfollowing the step by step instructions below.If you are a BT broadband customer your Hub willautomatically be configured for you by ResetPowerPowerOn Off9 Click Connect.Two-partpower supply8 Enter your Broadband username andpassword. (You will have been sent theseby your ISP provider, if you no longer havethem contact you broadband provider).1BroadbandDSL2Ethernet7 From the drop down box you will nowbe able to choose the Internet ServiceProvider that you manually entered.GigE34BroadbandWANUSBResetPowerPowerOn OffBT Home Hub 4rADSL set-upIMPORTANT: Before you plug in andturn on your new BT Hub you mustfirst configure your Cable Hub to be astandalone Modem. The instructions onhow to do this will be available in yourCable Hub’s user guide. Cable customerssee our FAQs at bt.com/producthelp fora step by step example.Plug inCable set-upReset1 A ssemble the power plug (by sliding thetwo parts together), connect the powercable and switch on at the socket.Simply open your web browser and typebthub.home in the address bar.1Power2 Plug in the broadband cable (grey ends).1 Click Settings.Stand-aloneCable modemUSB3 Press the Power button on the back ofthe BT Hub.All done. You should now be connectedto the internet and can close this window.Open your web browser and navigate toa page of your choice.1 A ssemble the power plug (by sliding the twoparts together) connect the power cable andswitch on at the socket.ResetWait for the blue light.This might take a few minutes.No blue light? See connection help overleaf.2 Enter your Admin password, or if prompted setyour new password. (This can be found on thecard on the back of the Hub or on the base ofthe Hub). Click OK.USBBroadbandWANBT Home Hub 4rConnect4PowerOn OffGigE3PowerBroadbandWAN42ResetGigE3USBr ewo Pt es eRBS UTo assemble the power plugslide the two parts together,as per the diagram.Ethernet1BroadbandWANEthernet24PowerOn Offr ewo Pf f O nO1GigE32 Plug in Ethernet cable (red ends) into the redWAN port of the BT Hub and the other endinto any of the LAN ports of the Cable Hub.PowerEthernetIf you’ve got broadbandover fibre you will have astand-alone VDSL modem.Reset2Tip: can’t connect to wi-fi? Use your Ethernet cable (yellow ends).Using your Ethernet cable might give you thefastest speed, but connecting wirelessly maybe more convenient.USB11 Connect your device using wi-fi detailson the card.3 Press the Power button on the back of theBT Hub.BroadbandWAN4BroadbandDSL2 Or if your device supports WPS, press WPSto connect automatically.GigE3BT mainsocket2PowersocketWait for the blue light.This might take a few minutes.No blue light? See connection help overleaf.Ethernet1Filterneeded6 Enter the name of your internet providerand choose ADSL/ ADSL2Plus as theConnection type. Your ISP connection,VPI/VCI and Encapsulation will automaticallydefault to the correct settings, then clickApply. (If your broadband does not connectyou may need to contact your service providerfor your correct ISP Connection, VCI/VPI &Encapsulation settings).BT Hub 4r and2-part power supplyBroadbandDSLUser GuideGeneral InformationCheck box contentsdnabdaorBN AWHow to recycle your equipmentThe conditions of this guarantee are:The symbol shown here and on theproduct means that the product isclassed as electrical or electronicequipment, so DO NOT put it inyour normal rubbish bin. the guarantee shall only apply to defects thatoccur within the 1 year guarantee period proof of purchase is required the equipment is returned to BT or its agentas instructed.It’s all part of the Waste Electrical and ElectronicEquipment (WEEE) Directive to recycle productsin the best way – to be kinder to the planet,get rid of dangerous things more safely andbury less rubbish in the ground.This guarantee does not cover any faults ordefects caused by accidents, misuse, fairwear and tear, neglect, tampering with theequipment, or any attempt at adjustment orrepair other than through approved agents.This guarantee does not affect your statutoryrights. To find out what to do if your hubis in or outside of the 1 year guarantee,please see the FAQs at bt.com/producthelp4Egi G3t enreht E21dnabdaorBLS DBT Home Hub 4rFollow the steps in this guide to set up your kit.PowerOn OffPowerPowerOn OffGrey ended broadband cableYellow ended Ethernet cable2 ADSL filtersRed ended Ethernet cable(WAN - Fibre & Cable only)This guideFind out more If you need more detailed instructions, Frequently AskedQuestions are available at bt.com/producthelp If you cannot find the answer to your problem in the FrequentlyAsked Questions, then please call our free Helpline on 0808100 6116*. Our dedicated advisors are more likely to be ableto help you than the retailer where you made your purchase.r ewo Pf f O nOr ewo Pr ewo Pf f O nOt es eRr ewo PdnabdaorBN AWBS Ut es eRBS UEgiG34dnabdaorBN AW4t enreht E2EgiG3t enreht E2You should contact your retailer or supplierfor advice on how to dispose of this productin an environmentally friendly way.dnabdaorBLS D11Plug inConfigureConnectdnabdaorBLS DGuaranteeYour BT Home Hub 4r is guaranteed fora period of 1 year from the date of purchase.Subject to the terms listed below, the guaranteewill provide for the repair of, or at BT’s or itsagent’s discretion, the option to replace theHub or any component thereof which isidentified as faulty or below standard, or asa result of inferior workmanship or materials.Products over 28 days old from the date ofpurchase may be replaced with a refurbishedor repaired product.Declaration of ConformityFor a copy of the Declaration of Conformity please refer tobt.com/producthelpOffices worldwideThe services we’ve described in this publication may not alwaysbe available and we may change them. Nothing we’ve writtenhere is contractual. When we supply services and equipment,our terms and conditions apply. British Telecommunications plc 2013Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJRegistered in England No. 1800000Version number: BB 1.0Written and designed by Muse Publishing. Web sites in thisbooklet are for illustration only. BT isn’t responsible for contentof third party sites.If you need some further help, see the FAQs at bt.com/producthelp or call 0808 100 6116**Calls made from within the UK mainland network are free. Mobile and International call costs may vary.Hub 4r ADSL & FIBRE Combined Guide v21.indd 108/10/2013 09:44

5 Click Add.4 F ollow the link at the bottom of the page to theAdvanced Settings page.3 C lick the Broadband tab along the top, you willneed to click Disconnect if already connected.Unplug any existing broadband kit, then:Plug inIf you aren’t a BT broadband customer you willneed to enter your broadband configuration byfollowing the step by step instructions below.If you are a BT broadband customer your Hub willautomatically be configured for you by ResetPowerPowerOn Off9 Click Connect.Two-partpower supply8 Enter your Broadband username andpassword. (You will have been sent theseby your ISP provider, if you no longer havethem contact you broadband provider).1BroadbandDSL2Ethernet7 From the drop down box you will nowbe able to choose the Internet ServiceProvider that you manually entered.GigE34BroadbandWANUSBResetPowerPowerOn OffBT Home Hub 4rADSL set-upIMPORTANT: Before you plug in andturn on your new BT Hub you mustfirst configure your Cable Hub to be astandalone Modem. The instructions onhow to do this will be available in yourCable Hub’s user guide. Cable customerssee our FAQs at bt.com/producthelp fora step by step example.Plug inCable set-upReset1 A ssemble the power plug (by sliding thetwo parts together), connect the powercable and switch on at the socket.Simply open your web browser and typebthub.home in the address bar.1Power2 Plug in the broadband cable (grey ends).1 Click Settings.Stand-aloneCable modemUSB3 Press the Power button on the back ofthe BT Hub.All done. You should now be connectedto the internet and can close this window.Open your web browser and navigate toa page of your choice.1 A ssemble the power plug (by sliding the twoparts together) connect the power cable andswitch on at the socket.ResetWait for the blue light.This might take a few minutes.No blue light? See connection help overleaf.2 Enter your Admin password, or if prompted setyour new password. (This can be found on thecard on the back of the Hub or on the base ofthe Hub). Click OK.USBBroadbandWANBT Home Hub 4rConnect4PowerOn OffGigE3PowerBroadbandWAN42ResetGigE3USBr ewo Pt es eRBS UTo assemble the power plugslide the two parts together,as per the diagram.Ethernet1BroadbandWANEthernet24PowerOn Offr ewo Pf f O nO1GigE32 Plug in Ethernet cable (red ends) into the redWAN port of the BT Hub and the other endinto any of the LAN ports of the Cable Hub.PowerEthernetIf you’ve got broadbandover fibre you will have astand-alone VDSL modem.Reset2Tip: can’t connect to wi-fi? Use your Ethernet cable (yellow ends).Using your Ethernet cable might give you thefastest speed, but connecting wirelessly maybe more convenient.USB11 Connect your device using wi-fi detailson the card.3 Press the Power button on the back of theBT Hub.BroadbandWAN4BroadbandDSL2 Or if your device supports WPS, press WPSto connect automatically.GigE3BT mainsocket2PowersocketWait for the blue light.This might take a few minutes.No blue light? See connection help overleaf.Ethernet1Filterneeded6 Enter the name of your internet providerand choose ADSL/ ADSL2Plus as theConnection type. Your ISP connection,VPI/VCI and Encapsulation will automaticallydefault to the correct settings, then clickApply. (If your broadband does not connectyou may need to contact your service providerfor your correct ISP Connection, VCI/VPI &Encapsulation settings).BT Hub 4r and2-part power supplyBroadbandDSLUser GuideGeneral InformationCheck box contentsdnabdaorBN AWHow to recycle your equipmentThe conditions of this guarantee are:The symbol shown here and on theproduct means that the product isclassed as electrical or electronicequipment, so DO NOT put it inyour normal rubbish bin. the guarantee shall only apply to defects thatoccur within the 1 year guarantee period proof of purchase is required the equipment is returned to BT or its agentas instructed.It’s all part of the Waste Electrical and ElectronicEquipment (WEEE) Directive to recycle productsin the best way – to be kinder to the planet,get rid of dangerous things more safely andbury less rubbish in the ground.This guarantee does not cover any faults ordefects caused by accidents, misuse, fairwear and tear, neglect, tampering with theequipment, or any attempt at adjustment orrepair other than through approved agents.This guarantee does not affect your statutoryrights. To find out what to do if your hubis in or outside of the 1 year guarantee,please see the FAQs at bt.com/producthelp4Egi G3t enreht E21dnabdaorBLS DBT Home Hub 4rFollow the steps in this guide to set up your kit.PowerOn OffPowerPowerOn OffGrey ended broadband cableYellow ended Ethernet cable2 ADSL filtersRed ended Ethernet cable(WAN - Fibre & Cable only)This guideFind out more If you need more detailed instructions, Frequently AskedQuestions are available at bt.com/producthelp If you cannot find the answer to your problem in the FrequentlyAsked Questions, then please call our free Helpline on 0808100 6116*. Our dedicated advisors are more likely to be ableto help you than the retailer where you made your purchase.r ewo Pf f O nOr ewo Pr ewo Pf f O nOt es eRr ewo PdnabdaorBN AWBS Ut es eRBS UEgiG34dnabdaorBN AW4t enreht E2EgiG3t enreht E2You should contact your retailer or supplierfor advice on how to dispose of this productin an environmentally friendly way.dnabdaorBLS D11Plug inConfigureConnectdnabdaorBLS DGuaranteeYour BT Home Hub 4r is guaranteed fora period of 1 year from the date of purchase.Subject to the terms listed below, the guaranteewill provide for the repair of, or at BT’s or itsagent’s discretion, the option to replace theHub or any component thereof which isidentified as faulty or below standard, or asa result of inferior workmanship or materials.Products over 28 days old from the date ofpurchase may be replaced with a refurbishedor repaired product.Declaration of ConformityFor a copy of the Declaration of Conformity please refer tobt.com/producthelpOffices worldwideThe services we’ve described in this publication may not alwaysbe available and we may change them. Nothing we’ve writtenhere is contractual. When we supply services and equipment,our terms and conditions apply. British Telecommunications plc 2013Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJRegistered in England No. 1800000Version number: BB 1.0Written and designed by Muse Publishing. Web sites in thisbooklet are for illustration only. BT isn’t responsible for contentof third party sites.If you need some further help, see the FAQs at bt.com/producthelp or call 0808 100 6116**Calls made from within the UK mainland network are free. Mobile and International call costs may vary.Hub 4r ADSL & FIBRE Combined Guide v21.indd 108/10/2013 09:44

5 Click Add.4 F ollow the link at the bottom of the page to theAdvanced Settings page.3 C lick the Broadband tab along the top, you willneed to click Disconnect if already connected.Unplug any existing broadband kit, then:Plug inIf you aren’t a BT broadband customer you willneed to enter your broadband configuration byfollowing the step by step instructions below.If you are a BT broadband customer your Hub willautomatically be configured for you by ResetPowerPowerOn Off9 Click Connect.Two-partpower supply8 Enter your Broadband username andpassword. (You will have been sent theseby your ISP provider, if you no longer havethem contact you broadband provider).1BroadbandDSL2Ethernet7 From the drop down box you will nowbe able to choose the Internet ServiceProvider that you manually entered.GigE34BroadbandWANUSBResetPowerPowerOn OffBT Home Hub 4rADSL set-upIMPORTANT: Before you plug in andturn on your new BT Hub you mustfirst configure your Cable Hub to be astandalone Modem. The instructions onhow to do this will be available in yourCable Hub’s user guide. Cable customerssee our FAQs at bt.com/producthelp fora step by step example.Plug inCable set-upReset1 A ssemble the power plug (by sliding thetwo parts together), connect the powercable and switch on at the socket.Simply open your web browser and typebthub.home in the address bar.1Power2 Plug in the broadband cable (grey ends).1 Click Settings.Stand-aloneCable modemUSB3 Press the Power button on the back ofthe BT Hub.All done. You should now be connectedto the internet and can close this window.Open your web browser and navigate toa page of your choice.1 A ssemble the power plug (by sliding the twoparts together) connect the power cable andswitch on at the socket.ResetWait for the blue light.This might take a few minutes.No blue light? See connection help overleaf.2 Enter your Admin password, or if prompted setyour new password. (This can be found on thecard on the back of the Hub or on the base ofthe Hub). Click OK.USBBroadbandWANBT Home Hub 4rConnect4PowerOn OffGigE3PowerBroadbandWAN42ResetGigE3USBr ewo Pt es eRBS UTo assemble the power plugslide the two parts together,as per the diagram.Ethernet1BroadbandWANEthernet24PowerOn Offr ewo Pf f O nO1GigE32 Plug in Ethernet cable (red ends) into the redWAN port of the BT Hub and the other endinto any of the LAN ports of the Cable Hub.PowerEthernetIf you’ve got broadbandover fibre you will have astand-alone VDSL modem.Reset2Tip: can’t connect to wi-fi? Use your Ethernet cable (yellow ends).Using your Ethernet cable might give you thefastest speed, but connecting wirelessly maybe more convenient.USB11 Connect your device using wi-fi detailson the card.3 Press the Power button on the back of theBT Hub.BroadbandWAN4BroadbandDSL2 Or if your device supports WPS, press WPSto connect automatically.GigE3BT mainsocket2PowersocketWait for the blue light.This might take a few minutes.No blue light? See connection help overleaf.Ethernet1Filterneeded6 Enter the name of your internet providerand choose ADSL/ ADSL2Plus as theConnection type. Your ISP connection,VPI/VCI and Encapsulation will automaticallydefault to the correct settings, then clickApply. (If your broadband does not connectyou may need to contact your service providerfor your correct ISP Connection, VCI/VPI &Encapsulation settings).BT Hub 4r and2-part power supplyBroadbandDSLUser GuideGeneral InformationCheck box contentsdnabdaorBN AWHow to recycle your equipmentThe conditions of this guarantee are:The symbol shown here and on theproduct means that the product isclassed as electrical or electronicequipment, so DO NOT put it inyour normal rubbish bin. the guarantee shall only apply to defects thatoccur within the 1 year guarantee period proof of purchase is required the equipment is returned to BT or its agentas instructed.It’s all part of the Waste Electrical and ElectronicEquipment (WEEE) Directive to recycle productsin the best way – to be kinder to the planet,get rid of dangerous things more safely andbury less rubbish in the ground.This guarantee does not cover any faults ordefects caused by accidents, misuse, fairwear and tear, neglect, tampering with theequipment, or any attempt at adjustment orrepair other than through approved agents.This guarantee does not affect your statutoryrights. To find out what to do if your hubis in or outside of the 1 year guarantee,please see the FAQs at bt.com/producthelp4Egi G3t enreht E21dnabdaorBLS DBT Home Hub 4rFollow the steps in this guide to set up your kit.PowerOn OffPowerPowerOn OffGrey ended broadband cableYellow ended Ethernet cable2 ADSL filtersRed ended Ethernet cable(WAN - Fibre & Cable only)This guideFind out more If you need more detailed instructions, Frequently AskedQuestions are available at bt.com/producthelp If you cannot find the answer to your problem in the FrequentlyAsked Questions, then please call our free Helpline on 0808100 6116*. Our dedicated advisors are more likely to be ableto help you than the retailer where you made your purchase.r ewo Pf f O nOr ewo Pr ewo Pf f O nOt es eRr ewo PdnabdaorBN AWBS Ut es eRBS UEgiG34dnabdaorBN AW4t enreht E2EgiG3t enreht E2You should contact your retailer or supplierfor advice on how to dispose of this productin an environmentally friendly way.dnabdaorBLS D11Plug inConfigureConnectdnabdaorBLS DGuaranteeYour BT Home Hub 4r is guaranteed fora period of 1 year from the date of purchase.Subject to the terms listed below, the guaranteewill provide for the repair of, or at BT’s or itsagent’s discretion, the option to replace theHub or any component thereof which isidentified as faulty or below standard, or asa result of inferior workmanship or materials.Products over 28 days old from the date ofpurchase may be replaced with a refurbishedor repaired product.Declaration of ConformityFor a copy of the Declaration of Conformity please refer tobt.com/producthelpOffices worldwideThe services we’ve described in this publication may not alwaysbe available and we may change them. Nothing we’ve writtenhere is contractual. When we supply services and equipment,our terms and conditions apply. British Telecommunications plc 2013Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJRegistered in England No. 1800000Version number: BB 1.0Written and designed by Muse Publishing. Web sites in thisbooklet are for illustration only. BT isn’t responsible for contentof third party sites.If you need some further help, see the FAQs at bt.com/producthelp or call 0808 100 6116**Calls made from within the UK mainland network are free. Mobile and International call costs may vary.Hub 4r ADSL & FIBRE Combined Guide v21.indd 108/10/2013 09:44

Hub 4r ADSL & FIBRE Combined Guide v21.indd 108/10/2013 09:44*Calls made from within the UK mainland network are free. Mobile and International call costs may vary. If you cannot find the answer to your problem in the FrequentlyAsked Questions, then please call our free Helpline on 0808100 6116*. Our dedicated advisors are more likely to be ableto help you than the retailer where you made your purchase.Your BT Home Hub 4r is guaranteed fora period of 1 year from the date of purchase.Subject to the terms listed below, the guaranteewill provide for the repair of, or at BT’s or itsagent’s discretion, the option to replace theHub or any component thereof which isidentified as faulty or below standard, or asa result of inferior workmanship or materials.Products over 28 days old from the date ofpurchase may be replaced with a refurbishedor repaired product. If you need more detailed instructions, Frequently AskedQuestions are available at bt.com/producthelpFind out moreThis WANBroadbandPowerUSBResetOn OffPowerPowerOn OffPowerYellow ended Ethernet cableGrey ended broadband cablePowerOn OffPowerTo assemble the power plugslide the two parts together,as per the diagram.PowerOn OffBT Hub 4r and2-part power supplyThe conditions of this guarantee are:Check box contentsGeneral InformationBT Home Hub 4rUser Guide3 C lick the Broadband tab along the top, you willneed to click Disconnect if already connected.PowerOn Off4 F ollow the link at the bottom of the page to theAdvanced Settings page.5 Click Add.PowersocketBT mainsocketFilterneededPowerPowerResetReset6 E nter the name of your internet providerand choose ADSL/ ADSL2Plus as theConnection type. Your ISP connection,VPI/VCI and Encapsulation will automaticallydefault to the correct settings, then clickApply. (If your broadband does not connectyou may need to contact your service providerfor your correct ISP Connection, VCI/VPI &Encapsulation settings).BroadbandWANUSBResetPowerPowerOn Off9 Click Connect.Connect1 C onnect your device using wi-fi detailson the card.2 O r if your device supports WPS, press WPSto connect PowerPowerOn ANT: Before you plug in andturn on your new BT Hub you mustfirst configure your Cable Hub to be astandalone Modem. The instructions onhow to do this will be available in yourCable Hub’s user guide. Cable customerssee our FAQs at bt.com/producthelp fora step by step example.Stand-aloneCable modemTip: can’t connect to wi-fi? Use your Ethernet cable (yellow ends).Using your Ethernet cable might give you thefastest speed, but connecting wirelessly maybe more convenient.USBUSB4Two-partpower supplyBroadbandDSLBroadbandWANBroadbandWANGigE31 A ssemble the power plug (by sliding the twoparts together) connect the power cable andswitch on at the socket.If you’ve got broadbandover fibre you will have astand-alone VDSL modem.2 P lug in Ethernet cable (red ends) into the redWAN port of the BT Hub and the other endinto any of the LAN ports of the Cable Hub.3 P ress the Power button on the back of theBT Hub.Wait for the blue light.This might take a few minutes.No blue light? See connection help SL2Follow the steps in this guide to set up your kit.Ethernet18 E nter your Broadband username andpassword. (You will have been sent theseby your ISP provider, if you no longer havethem contact you broadband provider).1How to recycle your equipmentPowerOn OffBroadbandDSL2 E nter your Admin password, or if prompted setyour new password. (This can be found on thecard on the back of the Hub or on the base ofthe Hub). Click OK.Plug inBT Home Hub 4rBroadbandDSL the guarantee shall only apply to defects thatoccur within the 1 year guarantee period proof of purchase is required the equipment is returned to BT or its agentas instructed.The symbol shown here and on theproduct means that the product isclassed as electrical or electronicequipment, so DO NOT put it inyour normal rubbish bin.Plug inBT Home Hub 4r1 Click Settings.7 F rom the drop down box you will nowbe able to choose the Internet ServiceProvider that you manually entered.All done. You should now be connectedto the internet and can close this window.Open your web browser and navigate toa page of your choice.ResetConfigureWait for the blue light.This might take a few minutes.No blue light? See connection help overleaf.Simply open your web browser and typebthub.home in the address bar.PowerConnect3 P ress the Power button on the back ofthe BT Hub.USBDeclaration of Conformity2 Plug in the broadband cable (grey ends).If you aren’t a BT broadband customer you willneed to enter your broadband configuration byfollowing the step by step instructions below.ResetFor a copy of the Declaration of Conformity please refer tobt.com/producthelp1 A ssemble the power plug (by sliding thetwo parts together), connect the powercable and switch on at the socket.If you are a BT broadband customer your Hub willautomatically be configured for you by default.USBOffices worldwideUnplug any existing broadband kit, then:BroadbandWANOn OffPowerCable set-upConfigure4PowerADSL set-upPlug 3GigEGigE3Ethernet12Ethernet12If you need some further help, see the FAQs at bt.com/producthelp or call 0808 100 6116*The services we’ve described in this publication may not alwaysbe available and we may change them. Nothing we’ve writtenhere is contractual. When we supply services and equipment,our terms and conditions apply.It’s all part of the Waste Electrical and ElectronicEquipment (WEEE) Directive to recycle productsin the best way – to be kinder to the planet,get rid of dangerous things more safely andbury less rubbish in the ground.DSLBroadband1 British Telecommunications plc 2013Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJRegistered in England No. 1800000Version number: BB 1.0Written and designed by Muse Publishing. Web sites in thisbooklet are for illustration only. BT isn’t responsible for contentof third party sites.This guarantee does not cover any faults ordefects caused by accidents, misuse, fairwear and tear, neglect, tampering with theequipment, or any attempt at adjustment orrepair other than through approved agents.This guarantee does not affect your statutoryrights. To find out what to do if your hubis in or outside of the 1 year guarantee,please see the FAQs at bt.com/producthelpYou should contact your retailer or supplierfor advice on how to dispose of this productin an environmentally friendly way.DSLBroadband3GigE2 ADSL filtersGuarantee2Red ended Ethernet cable(WAN - Fibre & Cable only)1DSLBroadband

Hub 4r ADSL & FIBRE Combined Guide v21.indd 108/10/2013 09:44*Calls made from within the UK mainland network are free. Mobile and International call costs may vary. If you cannot find the answer to your problem in the FrequentlyAsked Questions, then please call our free Helpline on 0808100 6116*. Our dedicated advisors are more likely to be ableto help you than the retailer where you made your purchase.Your BT Home Hub 4r is guaranteed fora period of 1 year from the date of purchase.Subject to the terms listed below, the guaranteewill provide for the repair of, or at BT’s or itsagent’s discretion, the option to replace theHub or any component thereof which isidentified as faulty or below standard, or asa result of inferior workmanship or materials.Products over 28 days old from the date ofpurchase may be replaced with a refurbishedor repaired product. If you need more detailed instructions, Frequently AskedQuestions are available at bt.com/producthelpFind out moreThis WANBroadbandPowerUSBResetOn OffPowerPowerOn OffPowerYellow ended Ethernet cableGrey ended broadband cablePowerOn OffPowerTo assemble the power plugslide the two parts together,as per the diagram.PowerOn OffBT Hub 4r and2-part power supplyThe conditions of this guarantee are:Check box contentsGeneral InformationBT Home Hub 4rUser Guide3 C lick the Broadband tab along the top, you willneed to click Disconnect if already connected.PowerOn Off4 F ollow the link at the bottom of the page to theAdvanced Settings page.5 Click Add.PowersocketBT mainsocketFilterneededPowerPowerResetReset6 E nter the name of your internet providerand choose ADSL/ ADSL2Plus as theConnection type. Your ISP connection,VPI/VCI and Encapsulation will automaticallydefault to the correct settings, then clickApply. (If your broadband does not connectyou may need to contact your service providerfor your correct ISP Connection, VCI/VPI &Encapsulation settings).BroadbandWANUSBResetPowerPowerOn Off9 Click Connect.Connect1 C onnect your device using wi-fi detailson the card.2 O r if your device supports WPS, press WPSto connect PowerPowerOn ANT: Before you plug in andturn on your new BT Hub you mustfirst configure your Cable Hub to be astandalone Modem. The instructions onhow to do this will be available in yourCable Hub’s user guide. Cable customerssee our FAQs at bt.com/producthelp fora step by step example.Stand-aloneCable modemTip: can’t connect to wi-fi? Use your Ethernet cable (yellow ends).Using your Ethernet cable might give you thefastest speed, but connecting

Broadband DSL 1 2 GigE 3 4 WAN USB Reset Power Power On Off Ethernet Broadband 2 1 DSL GigE Power Reset USB WAN 4 3 Off n O Ethernet Plug in Configure Connect Configure If you are a BT broadband customer your Hub will automatically be configured for you by default. If you aren't a BT broadband customer you will need to enter your broadband .