Our Wi-Fi Hub is a breeze to get connected. Simply plug it in, switch it on and away you go.
If your router is not a Wi-Fi Hub please see our guide for setting up your Super Router
Take a moment to familiarise yourself with your Wi-Fi Hub, this will help you to set it up.
*On the Wi-Fi Hub Black, the red WAN port is on the left-hand side of the Ethernet ports.
First you'll need to find your main phone socket. This is the main phone socket in your home - it’s usually a little larger than a normal phone socket and often has a horizontal line in the middle. There are two types of main phone socket:
Standard main phone sockets have one port on the front, which means you need a microfilter to connect your phone or Wi-Fi Hub. You'll also need to use microfilters in every other socket you're using in your home.
Pre-filtered main phone sockets have two ports on the front, which means your line is already split between your phone and broadband connection. You can plug your phone and Wi-Fi Hub straight into a pre-filtered main phone socket without using any microfilters.
The way you set up your Wi-Fi Hub depends on which main phone socket you have. Choose yours from the options below.
To use a wired connection, simply plug the Ethernet cable into your device. Then plug the other end into any of the yellow Ethernet ports on the back of your Wi-Fi Hub.
The light on the front of your Wi-Fi Hub will change colour depending on the status of your connection.
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) lets you easily connect network equipment like wireless printers to your router. Instead of manually typing in your Wi-Fi password, you simply press the WPS button on your Wi-Fi Hub to connect your device. Here’s how to do it:
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