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    SkyHub SR102 Settings

    This is a discussion on SkyHub SR102 Settings within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; I have now returned to Sagem 2504 router It is working as good as it can, I accept the frequent ...

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      wolfiebrian is offline Sky User Member
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      Sagem 2504

      I have now returned to Sagem 2504 router

      It is working as good as it can, I accept the frequent intermittent drop outs, no internet connection is perfect

      The router itself is working fine.

      Thanks all.
      Last edited by wolfiebrian; 28-02-15 at 02:08 PM.


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      Re: SkyHub SR102 Settings

      When the connection drops do the logs in the router show the disconnect or have you noticed the Internet light on the router/hub going out or flashing amber.

      If the actual connection is dropping then as you suspect the fault lies elsewhere. If the light remains constant or the logs show there are no disconnects then it could be the wireless signal dropping.

      The sky hub sr102 has n wireless and the 2504 has g wireless so although your connection is dropping you may find that although you should have an improved wireless signal there is some sort of interference. If this is the case you can check for sources of interference and if nothing is obvious then try changing the channel the router is broadcasting on.


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      Re: SkyHub SR102 Settings

      wolfiebrian is using a 2504n.
      http://www.skyuser.co.uk/forum/sky-r...tml#post446712

      The non 'n' 2504 runs different firmware.

      It might be a good idea to update your profile wolfiebrian, in order to avoid such misunderstandings.
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