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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 232143 31-Mar-2018 23:56
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Can't see an option to set the 5Ghz channel in the Vodafone Hub?

 

2.4Ghz channels can be selected, but nothing for 5Ghz, my 5Ghz channel is a bit congested so was  looking to jump to a clearer one. 

 

It is defaulting to Channel 149

 

 


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  Reply # 1986869 1-Apr-2018 17:56
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Do you mean the Ultra Hub? It's right there in the Wi-Fi settings beside the 2.4G:

 

Click to see full size

 

 

 

I don't think it matters, but this is the latest firmware, version 17.1.7875-2461002-CRF731




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1986904 1-Apr-2018 18:28
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Mine doesn't have drop down menus?just check boxes, at list it did yesterday, I'll check it again, and pretty sure my firmware is up do date too.

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  Reply # 1987261 2-Apr-2018 18:55
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Try scrolling down the screen, 5GHz should be there.




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  Reply # 1987265 2-Apr-2018 19:15
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I think somehow I had got it to load maybe half the data from the hub, or I was in the middle of changing passwords so it crashed during loading the webpage? 

 

I definitely had check boxes for choosing the channel, and now as gaddman's photo I have a dropdown list.

 

 

 

Either way, problem resolved so sweet, but next time it happens (if again!) I'll screenshot it. 


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