- Your Apple TV can connect to the internet over Wi-Fi but can't see your iTunes Library (that you're sharing via Home Sharing) on a another machine on your home network
- Airplay Devices you own (such as iPod's, iPhone's, iPad's, etc) cannot see your Apple TV (despite them all being able to access the Internet via the Home Hubs Wi-Fi
You've probably tried;
- Doing a "hard reset" of the Home Hub - always a good place to start when you have an issue!
- Adding in the AppleTV ports to the list of forwarded ports (although this doesn't always work as sometimes you get a conflict)
And still no Airplay on your devices, and no iTunes library on your AppleTV.
Here is the solution (well, what worked for me anyway!);
- Go to Your Home Hub 3.0 login page (see here if you're having problems finding it) and login (if this is the first time you've logged in it will ask you to change the password from the "admin password" on your Hub Settings fob)
- Click "Settings"
- Click "Wireless" (on the left)
- Change Security from "WPA & WPA2 (Recommended)" to "WPA2 only"
- Re-enter the Wireless Key as specified on your Hub Settings fob (you could pick another, but that just complicates the process and means everything will have to reconnect and login again)
- Scroll to the bottom and click "Apply"
And that's it, assuming everything is connecting properly and this was the only problem (and you've chosen the same Wireless Key so that everything doesn't have to reconnect - always a good idea!) then everything should, as if by magic, start working.
|BT Home Hub 3.0 Wireless Security Settings|