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August 29, 2008

BBC fixes BT Home Hub


by David Allen

For some time, there has been a problem with the Home Hub when live video streams, including the BBC’s own iPlayer, keep causing the most common router in the UK to reset.

The problem has been found, but the fix has not yet been made ready for concerned users, although the BBC engineers are working on solving this.

The engineers say that the iPlayer is working fine for catch up TV and will be operating all right for live webcasts of news soon.

This problem has also been affecting customers of O2 and Be Unlimited as they use the same Thompson Speedtouch router.

However, this problem is only affecting those BT customers who have the 1.0 version of the Home Hub; the 2.0 version has no problems at all.

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