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Posted 29th Nov 2019

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Just seen that BT Shop have matched Amazon, but with the added [possible] bonus of 10% Topcashback on "BT Brand products"

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How good are these?
Georgedeals29/11/2019 13:39

How good are these?



My summary based on a Victorian terrace with a loft conversion is; they’re better than the ISP (Vodafone) supplied router for range but they’re simple to the point of being unhelpful when working out issues and my Sonos One doesn’t connect to them so I still have to run my old ISP Wi-Fi as well. I now get good reception in the loft room but still doesn’t get out to the garden
Edited by: "Fiendmish" 29th Nov 2019
baker20029/11/2019 12:52

Just seen that BT Shop have matched Amazon, but with the added [possible] …Just seen that BT Shop have matched Amazon, but with the added [possible] bonus of 10% Topcashback on "BT Brand products"https://shop.bt.com/products/bt-mini-whole-home-wi-fi---three-discs-096450-F7C0.html


That's right!
BT_Shop29/11/2019 14:08

That's right!


Bargain dare I say at £30 per disc.
Hi I'm looking to get a mesh system to cover a few dead spots. Just an average household with multiple devices connected. What would people reccomend?
These, lynksis velop ac3900, tplink deco m5 or tenda m6.
Fiendmish29/11/2019 13:54

My summary based on a Victorian terrace with a loft conversion is; they’re …My summary based on a Victorian terrace with a loft conversion is; they’re better than the ISP (Vodafone) supplied router for range but they’re simple to the point of being unhelpful when working out issues and my Sonos One doesn’t connect to them so I still have to run my old ISP Wi-Fi as well. I now get good reception in the loft room but still doesn’t get out to the garden


Than you very much
Fiendmish29/11/2019 13:54

My summary based on a Victorian terrace with a loft conversion is; they’re …My summary based on a Victorian terrace with a loft conversion is; they’re better than the ISP (Vodafone) supplied router for range but they’re simple to the point of being unhelpful when working out issues and my Sonos One doesn’t connect to them so I still have to run my old ISP Wi-Fi as well. I now get good reception in the loft room but still doesn’t get out to the garden


Is it the Minis which you're having the problem with SONOS? I've got a Play:1 and Play:5 successfully running over mine.
Edited by: "baker200" 29th Nov 2019
baker20029/11/2019 15:33

Is it the Minis which you're having the problem with SONOS? I've got a …Is it the Minis which you're having the problem with SONOS? I've got a Play:1 and Play:5 successfully running over mine.


Yes it’s the minis ive got and a Sonos One speaker. It can see the network the minis create but can’t join it (I assumed it was because the minis didn’t support the slow Wi-Fi B networking that the Sonos still used) . Are either of yours plugged into the network ports on the router directly as apparently that was another solution?
Edited by: "Fiendmish" 29th Nov 2019
Fiendmish29/11/2019 16:04

Yes it’s the minis ive got and a Sonos One speaker. It can see the network …Yes it’s the minis ive got and a Sonos One speaker. It can see the network the minis create but can’t join it (I assumed it was because the minis didn’t support the slow Wi-Fi B networking that the Sonos still used) . Are either of yours plugged into the network ports on the router directly as apparently that was another solution?


Both connected by Wi-Fi. Have you tried enabling the "Compatibility Mode" in the Web GUI (btwhole.home - whilst connected to the WHW network) to see if that makes a difference at all?
baker20029/11/2019 16:16

Both connected by Wi-Fi. Have you tried enabling the "Compatibility Mode" …Both connected by Wi-Fi. Have you tried enabling the "Compatibility Mode" in the Web GUI (http://btwhole.home - whilst connected to the WHW network) to see if that makes a difference at all?


Will try that when i get home. I've only used the app for set up so far, not the web GUI. Which may explain why I found it feature limited for troubleshooting! Cheers
Fiendmish29/11/2019 16:29

Will try that when i get home. I've only used the app for set up so far, …Will try that when i get home. I've only used the app for set up so far, not the web GUI. Which may explain why I found it feature limited for troubleshooting! Cheers


No probs!

The Web GUI does provide a few extra features/settings, such as:

Wi-Fi Security Mode
Bandwidth (2.4GHz only)
Channel Selection
Compatibility Mode
LED controls per Disc
Enrol for 'Early Adopter' firmware releases

Typically, it shouldn't be necessary to touch any of these.
Fiendmish29/11/2019 16:04

Yes it’s the minis ive got and a Sonos One speaker. It can see the network …Yes it’s the minis ive got and a Sonos One speaker. It can see the network the minis create but can’t join it (I assumed it was because the minis didn’t support the slow Wi-Fi B networking that the Sonos still used) . Are either of yours plugged into the network ports on the router directly as apparently that was another solution?


Running the routers WIFI won’t be helping your signals in the house as you’ll have competing 2.4 and 5GHZ transmissions.

Have you tried going into the whole home app and changing the SSID to the one that your router was set to before. Everything should just connect and there as they know the password for the old network.

Saves hassle and I’ve had 100% of my devices connect to my discs this way.
taz196229/11/2019 14:22

Hi I'm looking to get a mesh system to cover a few dead spots. Just an …Hi I'm looking to get a mesh system to cover a few dead spots. Just an average household with multiple devices connected. What would people reccomend?These, lynksis velop ac3900, tplink deco m5 or tenda m6.


Ac6600 or Powerline Av2000
baker20029/11/2019 16:51

No probs!The Web GUI does provide a few extra features/settings, such …No probs!The Web GUI does provide a few extra features/settings, such as:Wi-Fi Security ModeBandwidth (2.4GHz only)Channel SelectionCompatibility ModeLED controls per DiscEnrol for 'Early Adopter' firmware releasesTypically, it shouldn't be necessary to touch any of these.


Nice one, had completely missed that there was a web interface. Compatibility mode activated and Sonos connected. Thanks for that
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