How do I connect devices to the Three Home Broadband hub?

There are 3 ways you can connect a device to your hub.  You can use a network cable, via Wi-Fi, or by using the WPS button.

  1. To connect using a network cable, insert the network cable into one of the free LAN ports at the back or side of your router. The location of the LAN ports depends on the make/model of your Three home broadband router.
  2. To connect via Wi-Fi,  find your Three hub’s wireless network name (SSID) and enter your Wi-Fi password.  The default wireless network name (SSID) and password are on the sticker at the base of your hub.
  3. To connect via WPS, press the WPS button on your hub and then press the WPS button on the device you want to connect.  Give your hub and device a few minutes to send the network settings to your device to make the connection.

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