WPS allows you to make a WiFi connection to the Hub without needing to know the network name or password. It enables devices to connect easily to the router and stands for WiFi Protected Setup.
The Hub and your device are now connected wirelessly.
The Super Hub and your computer are now connected wirelessly.
In order for WPS to work well, all of the devices that you plan to connect wirelessly to the Hub must support both the WPS and the WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) standards.
If some of your devices are not compatible with WPS, they will need to be connected to your WiFi network first using the standard setup procedure.
After all of the non-WPS-compatible devices have been connected, any remaining WPS-compatible devices can then be connected via one of the Push 'N' Connect techniques covered in the article Using a PIN to add a WPS client to the Virgin Media Hub.