I am going to upgrade my broadband with VirginMedia soon, and tonight I spent a few hours setting up using the SuperHub and retiring my old Fon 2.0n router.
This of course caused some issues on my network, but was to expected. Most was sorted by setting the Wifi SSID and Password the same as old router.
The more taxing issue was sorting my 3 Raspberry Pi (Original Pi B, Pi 2 and a Pi 3). They all have static IP address.
Basically I had to change the IP range the Superhub as using from default. Then as the SuperHub had a different DNS address, I decided after some research on how to update the Raspberry Pi to use OpenDNS on them.
Editing with “sudo nano /etc/dhcpcd.conf” the DNS line was amended as follows:
static domain_name_servers=126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11
I finished of the evening updating all 3 Raspberry Pis and wrote this short post.
On a side note, we’re paying around £80 for Phone & Broadband, plus whatever Sky costs. I’m going to use VirginMedia again for all 3 services and even with added movie channels will only be paying around £65 and increased Broadband speed (from about 20Mbps (tested speed) to 200Mbps hopefully on new contract. Sometimes it pays to shop around.