Upon receiving my Home Hub from BT I was very impressed with the glossy white cover, matching almost perfectly with my Apple iBook G4 (It would have been perfect if it had the Apple Logo on it).
But unfortunately I had great trouble trying to get the darn thing connected wirelessly, and even more trouble with my Airport Station!
Thankfully though I found a resolution. After some time now, I figured I should share my revelations for anyone stumbling across this Blog.
To setup your BT Home Hub to work with Apple Macs, and Apple Airport Express follow these simple instructions.
Firstly when entering your WEP pass code into your Mac, be sure to select WEP 40/128-bit Hex which is the second option on the list. Do this also when joining your Airport Express to your home network.
Posted On: Friday, September 7th, 2007 @ 5:12 pm by Ian Tearle
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