1. Managing Wi-Fi networks on your Home Hub 2000 modem
Find out how to configure Wi-Fi networks on your Home Hub 2000 modem. The Home Hub 2000 modem lets you set up primary and guest Wi-Fi networks.
2. Access control in the Home Hub modems
Find out how to configure the time and day a specific device can access the Internet via the Home Hub .
3. How to find my Bell Internet user ID (b1 number)
When you signed up for Bell Internet, you were automatically assigned a Bell Internet user ID (e.g., b1xxxxxx). Your modem needs this ID to connect to the Internet, and you might need it to identify yourself when contacting Bell.
You can find your Bell Internet user ID in your welcome kit and on your bill. You can also find it by logging in to MyBell.
4. How to reset TCP/IP (Windows)
One of the components of the Internet connection on your computer is a built-in set of instructions called TCP/IP. TCP/IP can sometimes become damaged or corrupted. Follow these instructions if you can't connect to the Internet and you've tried all other methods to resolve the problem.
5. About 2.4 and 5.0 GHz wireless bands
About 2.4 and 5.0 GHz wireless bands
6. Stay connected during a power outage with your Home Hub 3000
With the Home Hub 3000, you can take advantage of an optional backup battery.
7. How to connect your Fibe TV receiver to your modem wirelessly
How you wirelessly connect your receiver depends on the type of modem you have.
8. Manage Wi-Fi on your Home Hub 3000
To access the settings for your primary Wi-Fi network:
9. Optimize and troubleshoot your Wi-Fi network
The following sections review common issues with Wi-Fi and give you information on how to optimize and troubleshoot your Wi Fi connection. Please go through each section and follow the optimization and troubleshooting steps for best results.
10. Troubleshoot your Wi-Fi: optimizing device speeds
Learn about the factors that affect your Wi-Fi network speed and steps you can take to get the best possible speeds to your devices.