Many of the latest devices that use wi-fi now have WPS which allows easier connection between them. To connect your computer to the Hub 3 using WPS your PC must have Windows 8, Windows 7 or Windows Vista with Service Pack 2.
These instructions show you how to connect to the BT Business Hub 3 using the WPS Push Button. However, if the Windows wizard doesn't appear, it means your computer's operating system doesn't support WPS so you shouldn't go any further.
- First, make sure your laptop or desktop computer has its wireless network turned on.
- On your computer, either:
- Go to
Start and click
Control Panel, then
Network and Internet, followed by
Connect to a network Or:
- If you have
Windows 8, make sure you're on the Desktop. To do this, go to the Start Screen again (by moving the pointer to the bottom left corner) and select
- Right-click on the
Wireless Network Connection icon at the bottom of your screen, then click on
View Available Wireless Networks.
- Go to Start and click Control Panel, then Network and Internet, followed by Connect to a network Or:
- Click on your Hub's network name (checking that the last four digits match your Hub's details, for example, BTHub3-2345) and click Connect.
- A Windows wizard screen will appear.
- Press the
Wireless WPS button on the rear of your Hub for more than 3 seconds but for less than 15 seconds.
- Your computer will now automatically establish a wireless connection with your Hub 3. The Wireless light on the Hub will slowly flash orange then steady blue when the connection is successful.
A Wireless WPS PIN is provided with your Hub 3. This is not currently used but maybe in the future.