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There's different versions of the Sky Hub, the admin password isn't provided to the end user but can be retrieved using WireShark (<- Google search).

When I was in England last year there was an unused one sitting in its box in our house so I took it out and had a play with it, (technically ours since it's our house - finders keepers and all that :) ).

Alternative firmware is non-existent from what I could find on the net at the time and by all reports, the version I had was pretty dismal performance-wise anyway, (SR101).

You be much better off retrieving the user/password as above and then buying a decent modem/router to replace it which would also give you the facilities you want, an example, (Note, I'm not recommending D-Link that is just an example).

netlimiter maybe?

netlimiter maybe?
-jpfx (February 12, 2015, 03:21 PM)
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it doesn't do what I want

it doesn't do what I want-kalos (February 12, 2015, 04:36 PM)
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As skwire said, you need to do it in the router, whether this is a real router or a computer acting as a router.  Until then, pretty much your only option is to run network limiting software on each device, (or every device except the one that needs the most).

So, put the Sky Hub into bridge mode and buy a real router.

So, put the Sky Hub into bridge mode and buy a real router.
-4wd (February 12, 2015, 07:27 PM)
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