Is It Possible To Use Unlocked Huawei Dongle N Wifi Router Modems
Nov 10, 2012
I have idea netsetter(huawei dongle e1732) and i had unlocked it and now i am using tata docomo sim card on it.now i want to use this dongle in wifi router 3g usb modems.but i am not sure that the dongle can work on router modems or not?i wanna make hotspot at home using dongle in router modem.
I can connect to the internet using a huawei dongle on three mobile broadband. But recently having trouble loading web pages. I get the message- dns server isn't responding. I have contacted three who changed settings on my pc through remote access, but I still have the problem although it doesn't seem as bad, i can view more web pages before getting the error message.
I have a huawei 521i router that I recently reset back to factory settings. I have been trying to set up my wifi but something is wrong. I can connect with my ethernet cable but not wifi. I have set up my wireless connection and I can see it in the list.
I would like to connect my USB WIFI dongle directly to my wired router, this would enable me to have wifi access without having my PC switched on all the time, is this possible and if so what kind of adapter do I need? I think I need USB A Female to Ethernet RJ45 Male Router Adapter.
I have set up my linksys in my main hall, i get a decent wifi signal in my room. But i get very very poor signals on my phones (bb9780 and Samsung S2). I bought a Huawei WS320 wifi repeater. how to connect these two so that i can get a strong enough signal in my room ?
I bought a new EA3500 too replace my old WRT120N. After I replace it with the same configuration as I had in WRT120N, my dongle Wifi WN100 (Atheros) stop working. Even it indicates that Wifi is connected and dispyed in DHCP current table, I can't ping the device from my PC connected to the router.I rolled back to my WRT120N and all works again.
i have usb dongle wifi which i used to connect via wireless router i can connect for a minuite after i plug it and then after a while it cannot browse internet while indicating that is connected as can see on command promt with pinging command "Request timed out" contineously so i going to replug the usb dongle again to connect.
can i get such settings with which i can connect my dongle with wifi router so that i can connect my tablets and mobile to use the internet of mobile...or is there ny cable available in market which connects the dongle directly to my mobile for using internet>?
I have MTS data card (model ZTE AC 2787) USB dongle which I am using to connect to internet. If I use it directly on my laptop or desktop, it's working fine.I want to share this internet connection over my wifi / LAN. I tried to configure virtual hotspot via connectify and 'virtual router by codeplex' but all failed. Even I tried with my friends 3g wifi router but it wont working anywahere.
My enquiry is about a brand new Belkin N150 F6D4050ed that i bought last week.I had to buy it because my previous Wifi Dongle just stopped working all together, it was an excellent dongle, gave me full signal strength and never cut out.Then i bought the Belkin.. I installed the drivers, plugged it in, since then, i have had 2-3 bars constantly, mostly 2 bars, The router is only 8-10 Feet away from me in the next room which is seperated by a very thin wall, It cuts off all together if a body stands in front of it, such as my brother coming in to chat. I have tried to move it around the room with no joy, All laptops and other wireless devices in the house connect to the router fine (Including downstairs in the garden even),Im a gamer, so i need a stable strong connection and its impossible to stay in games with this dongle.
I currently own 2 wifi routers which have 4 lan ports on the back. In my room i have two desktops without wireless capability. I was wondering is it possible to have one router in my room which my desktops plug into - and then the router to ""Bridge" with the one downstairs to give me wireless capability. I believe its called bridging but i have had no hopen as of yet. Huawei HG520b and Huawei HG532 are my two routers. I know this can be done by purchasing a wire - but i cannot afford a 100m cable and i am not particularly interested in purchasing an adapter for my desktops.
I have my PC connected to the internet by way of a USB WiFi dongle, tapping into the neighbours internet access (with permission).Obviously, this leaves my RJ45 Ethernet connection on the PC, free and unused.I have a CCTV system also, which, if to get the most out of it, requires an internet connection via RJ45 Ethernet.Is it possible to allow my CCTV system access to the internet via Ethernet, connected to my PC, and then using the WiFi dongle access which the PC is already using, also?If so, how would one do this, after physically connecting the Ethernet cable between the PC and the CCTV system DVR?
I recently moved into a new place and suscribed to and ISP which they gave me a modem. I have been planning on buying a a cable spliter and router but in the meantime, I have been switching the cable from the cable box to the modem when I need internet. Well, a friend moved in and he brought HIS modem from same ISP and a wireless router and set it up upstairs. Now there is a modem upstairs and a modem downstairs and a wireless router upstairs. My kids are complaining that they cant connect wirelessly when the internet is being used upstairs. My goal is to be able to have two xbox 360's online- one upstairs and one downstairs, one netbook and two Jurrasic PC's which probalby are not wireless, My roomate prefers to hardwire his xbox to a router as he says its faster that way. Is the problem my kids are having downstairs just that the wireless router is too weak? Is it ok to have to modems connected (the one upstairs to the xbox? and the one downstairs?)
Region : Brazil Model : TL-MR3020 Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : V1.00 120817 ISP : CLARO (Brazil)
I have three 3G Routers TP-Link TL-MR3020 120 817 V1.00, a modem 3G Huawei E303C and another 3G modem ZTE MF-190 with ship operator CLARO (BRAZIL). I can not get 3G Router 3G modems work with these, although it is loaded with the latest firmware.
Region : Australia Model : TL-MR3420 Hardware Version : V2 ISP : Optus, Telstra
Whilst the MR3420 V2 is sold as a 4G usb router, it appears that it does not support many usb 4G devices.In Australia we currently have the Seirra 320u, ZTE MF821 (100Mbps Cat 3) and Huawei E3276 (150Mbps Cat 4)whilst the V2 supports the first two (not the E3276), it has one major failure!It does not work at full 4G speeds.
The V2 does not appear to allow download speeds in excess of 25Mbps or uploads much greater than 2Mbps. This occurs on fast 3G and 4G networks.The throttled speed is apparently due to slow modem protocols deployed in the router. High protocol overheads mean it cannot 'shuffle data' very fast.We have developed working solutions using the Openwork platform that overcome these issues and provides speeds in excess of 70mbps.
I'm on a Mac running OSX. Qwest (my ISP) recently swapped my DSL modem for an Actiontec Q1000 combo modem/router. The Q1000 firewall is not nearly as configurable as my Linksys BEFSR41 (v3) router. I'd like to use the Q1000 just as a modem and use my Linksys as my router so I can access it's superior firewall configuration.
How do I physically hook the hardware up?
How do I configure the 2 items. The Q1000 uses 192.168.0.1 as it's web address. The Linksys uses 192.168.1.1. I have 2 Macs on my network, an iMac (OS 10.5.8) and a G4 (10.3.9).
Besides web browsing & email, I also have a torrent client I use (Azureus).
I have just installed a new router, a HUAWEI HG533 I am not able to connect wirelessly with my Acer Aspire 5520 (with Vista home premium).I can connect my new router using the ethernet cable, and last time I tried my old router would connect wirelessly.If I hover over the network icon, it says 'Unidentified Acess:local only'My smartphone (and my wifes) will connect (but oly mine to the old router!).I have tried removing the microsoft 6to4 adapters (suggested on another forum) this didn't work. (I then re-installed, no better).I've had a look at other posts on this forum, and Have done a couple of the tests suggested (wireless and mini toolbox, which I will post separately as it exceeds 20000 characters!)I have tried support from my ISP (who also supplied the router) and got a generic email in response, no luck.